What is a Kernel?

A kernel is the core or the central part of the operating system. Each operating system has its own kernel. The kernel connects the applications to the actual processing of the data. It also manages all communications between software and hardware components in order to ensure usability and reliability. It also manages the tasks of the computer and the hardware , specifically the memory and CPU time.

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