The very computer you're using to read and process this content has a kernel. That same system also has processes and threads running on it. Let's explore those details and, like we did in hardware, and write a report.
- Explore your operating system and discover the following details:
- What's the kernel called?
- What kernel modules are loaded?
- What version of the kernel are you running?
- How many processes are running on your system?
- How many threads are running
- How much RAM are the processes and threads using?
- What's the most CPU and RAM intensive task running on your system?
Write up a simple report which includes the tools you used to gather this information. Screenshots help with explaining what you're seeing.