Kernel, User, and GDI.
There are actually four major architectural components of Microsoft Windows. These are Windows kernel, core processes, system startup, and the graphical subsystem.
The shell of the Operating System (OS).
Kernel, User, GDI
the shell provides the desk top
The three components are The Police, Correctional Agencies, and Criminal Courts.
Because it is designed to have access to the core components of Windows
Modern day: Core, Cache, and Bus.
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No. Windows 98 does not support more than one processor. You can run Windows 98 on a dual-core processor, but only one core will be used.
Core java represents the set of java api which are used with any java technology (Ex - web components, EJB components)
There are many "components" of Windows 98, far more than seven. In addition to MS-DOS files needed to boot the system, you have WIN.COM, several core drivers, such as VMM.VXD, configuration files like WIN.INI, and dozens of kernel mode and user mode .dlls, like COMCTL32.DLL and GDI.DLL.
I want to buy a laptop with windows 7 operating system and Intel core i3 processor. will this configuration support windows xp?
The motherboard contains most or all of the core computer components.
How install Microsoft windows- xp in core i5
MinWinMinWin is the common core module in all windows 7 installations, it contains 95% of all windows functionality