hello friend I am your friend pratik and in this video we learned about how to know that which operating system is running in your computer so see step by step and know your operating system version and what type of already wisdom in you use firstly we go to my computer and right click on my computer then click on properties option and after that a new window is open in front of you view basic info vision information about your computer windows Edition Windows 7 Ultimate copyright 2009 Microsoft Corporation or Service Pack 1 and then your processor is intel colt TM I 3 2 3 3 0 am cpu to point to your Giga has to to point to you realized installed memory here 4gb and system type 64-bit operating system based and your computer name is better tricks PC and computer addiction description your computer now in workgroup and windows is activated all information there so see this thank you and subscribe our channel but attics in YouTube
Hey guys, today I'll explain how to do dualboot in Windows 10 with Kali Linux in UEFI mode Let's go 1- Download Kali Linux in official website Select some ISO.. 32 or 64 bits and download by torrent or browser With a pendrive, plug in your computer, download the software rufus on description and run. So.. configure like the video Open the iso file with 7zip.. open the folder: boot and extract the file efi.img Open the efi.img with 7zip and extract the folder EFI Copy the EFI folder to the directory root on your pendrive Open the Windows disk manager and build an unallocated partition So.. configure like the video Recommended +20GB Done 🙂 Now, reboot the computer… With your pendrive plugged, open the bios and make boot with your pendrive… Select "Graphical Install" Continue .. continue .. Attention in this part. Select "Guided – use the largest continuous free space" After.. select "separate /home partition" Now, look for EFI system and open. Check if bootable flag is "on", after click in "done setting…" And click on "finish partitioning and write changes to disk" *If ask you "network mirror".. click in "NO", and GRUB click in "Yes" Done, the dualboot was completed! Thanks for watching and see you later.
hey guys it's a comp game and today I'm going to show you how to install a virtual operating system inside of your current operating system and before I start I just want to tell you guys to check out my facebook page it's pretty tight it has a ton of nice memes and I don't post crap so check it out it's all good stuff and just started a little while ago well back to the tutorial you're going to need something called virtual box to do this right so just click on the link in the video description and I'll take you directly to the download page now it's different since it's a different file for each operating system just click on the one that you need based on your operating system once you do that install it and then after you've installed it go to start and just search for or it should be on your desktop or something but all you gotta do is install it and open it and I got that because I haven't updated it but it's all good because um it's still the same basic thing now once you open it you to click on new click on next and then pick your operating system the one that you're trying to install for the example i'm installing windows XP so i'll name it one XP click Next and give it how much RAM you want if you have less than two to three gigs of ram I recommend no more than 500 megabytes because if you put too much in and you're running all their stuff while you're also running the virtual operating system you know it might cause a problem but since i have 8 gigs i usually give it about one or two gigs depending on what kind of opelousas he is click Next check start up this and pick create new hard disk click Next and select vdi click Next dynamically allocated next and name it and then give this size if you did fixed size and you know you'd have to increase the size but if it's done if it's dynamically allocated and it increases in size by itself then i recommend keeping it at about 10 or 15 gigs with this example I'm gonna do 10 gigs click next click create click create again and now you basically have like a virtual computer then click start and you will need a disk or ISO file now it's fairly easy to download iso file you can google it and download from the torrent and or you can just you know and insert your disc and download or use that if you have a disc you go to computer and select it from there but since i have iso file i'll select that click next and click start now it will act like a normal computer and old might come up with the dialogue that's just press a key so you press a key and we'll start installing so yeah hope this helped and if you have any questions comment below and again check out my facebook page it's tight i'm i'm i'm gonna put a lot of nice stuff on it so yeah good luck guys and hope this helped
let me explain you what is kernel memory leaking entails processor design flaw forces Linux windows redesign the operating system sits between your application and hardware doing scheduling process use the CPU and assigning memory to processes the CPU operate on two modes user mode and kernel mode the process keep page table for each process which will tell which virtual memory page corresponds to which section of physical memory the operating system also has its own part of physical memory for its own instructions data this kernel memory contains obviously highly sensitive things the defect the hidden kernel part of the page table can be accessed by the normal process during when CPU switch from user mode to kernel mode so now it's getting fixed so that when a process does a system call the CPU switches to kernel mode changes the page table from the process page table to the kernels page table looks up its stuff in memory does its things changes the page table back to the process page table and switches back to user mode
this is how I wrote my last doctoral paper a music student so this was my paper on VR and timber virtual reality and timber and I wrote it with Linux because I loved it and I'm gonna tell you six reasons why maybe you should consider switching to Linux – I always used Linux on and off but I switched deaf like mostly to only using Linux in about a year last year most of my colleagues and friends I have Macs and they have all this shiny Apple computers and what happened is my Apple computers stopped working like three times in a row a brand new macbook pro that was so expensive so I bought a cheap I think I bought like any Windows machine I think the first one was a surface go it was 400 bucks at the time and I started to use it and I installed Windows Linux right away yeah I deleted Windows so let's go into that so the first thing about I like about Linux is that I gives you it gives you way more focus there are no distractions there is you know you don't get all these notifications that you get on Mac OS or you can you don't get you cannot even if you want you cannot text your friends but you could there is actually an app for that called France and I did install it but it takes out the little extra effort because it's not a system that is made to lead you to that kind of distraction is really built for work and also and that's the second reason you do less work as you can see I'm actually using a text editor called BIM that doesn't matter you could use any text editor and you can use that text editor in Mac OS 2 if you want it but it comes natural in Linux to use a text editor and the workflow I have I can do a video on that but this is I'm basically writing a simple text file with these pluses and ash tax that you see on the screen this will be converted in the beautifully formatted document through panda canned la tech logic is the thing people use to fight academic papers so instead of using Word or some Apple pages thing what I do is just I write a text file and then the computer handles the formatting for me in fact the third reason there is a huge plus if you're into academic work is that that handles citations cite I just copy and paste the links from Google Scholar and the citations the references at the end it's all made automatically I don't have to use those clunky huge Wow my toast is ready making a toast is it's my morning so I have about fifty seconds to tell you the last three reasons the fact that I use vim I don't use the mouse and that for some reason I love not using the mouse I'm lazy my hands are just on the keyboard and also pianist so maybe that's part of the reason why I don't want to switch back and forth any Mac you have to use the mouse then another reason early like which would be the fifth at this point is that it's just much beautiful moment more beautiful you know I'm I'm I'm Italian I like nice aesthetics look at this background I'm writing texts and I see this planet such I switched wallpapers at least in white four times five times and it's also cheaper it's free it's really open source it's more in free but I don't have time to talk about it now but that's my point