Microprocessor Operating Systems

Microprocessor Operating Systems


Publisher: Bookshelf
Product ID: 2436


An operating system refers to a computer system software that acts as an interface between the computer’s hardware and software elements. Over the years, computers have evolved in terms of uses, data handling capacities as well as overall size. Lately, computers are embedded into devices to automate specific functionalities of the devices. Since the functionalities of the embedded computers have been limited, the use of operating systems in the microcontrollers has not been relevant. However, with the growing complexity of embedded devices, the need for an operating system that can run within the limited environment of a microcontroller has become a necessity.In this essay, an exploration will be done on microcontroller operating systems regarding their history, functionality and when they are applicable.


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