This is the tools and methods section of the RoyMoggBlog. Here you will find articles on methods and my research many of which will have examples and templates for you to download – I do this to share knowledge and generate new ideas from feedback – so if you have suggestions for improvement please reply (below) and I will see what I can do.
- Operating systems 64-Bit what does this mean - roymogg
The 64-bit operating system is one that is capable of storing information in memory that is at least 64 bits or 8 bytes wide. They are also based on registers, address buses, or data buses of that same size.
- The History of Operating Systems - Windows 98 - roymogg
Windows 98 – codenamed Memphis – was released by Microsoft Corporation on June 25, 1998. Windows 98 was the successor to Windows 95 and presented a hybrid 16-bit/32-bit monolithic product which was based on MS-DOS. It was quickly followed by an updated to the operating system with Windows 98 SE (second edition) as Microsoft attempted to fix many bugs that were present in the original version.