What is the Linux Kernel and What Does It Do?

A kernel is the lowest level of easily replaceable software that interfaces with the hardware in your computer. It is responsible for interfacing all of your applications that are running in “user mode” down to the physical hardware, and allowing processes, known as servers, to get information from each other using inter-process communication (IPC).

Create Tighter Outlines in Word By Using Only Tabs

Effective outlines are well-organized with enough space to go in detail. Unfortunately, Word’s default outline format inserts too much extra space and the auto-formatting prevents you from controlling the final product. To create tighter outlines in Word, all you need is the tab button.