It is definitely true to say
that nobody knows everything about their own computer. If you are a
designer of processors then it is pretty unlikely that you can recite
much of the code that makes any of the programs work and if you are a
programmer it is equally unlikely that you can tell anyone precisely
what the processor architecture is from top to bottom. How many of us
really know what all of the processes listed in task manager actually
achieve in the workings of Windows?
Well perhaps your average
programmer or antivirus investigator would have a pretty good idea but in the
most part it is true to say even the most experienced computer users have to
look up quite a lot on a day to day basis which is really why the Internet is as
full of technical information as it undoubtedly is. There are a few pages listed
here regarding keystrokes,
start-up issues and other mostly desktop related
articles. Either have a browse with the menu up top or search by going back to the search page.