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9 Famous International Players who Never Played in the IPL


For Indians, Cricket is not just a game, its an emotion. The love for cricket in the country is most at the time of IPL. And not only in India but IPL has become the most popular T20 cricket competition across the globe. Thousands of people in the stadium and crores of people from home, watches the IPL.

Prominent Indian players like MS Dhoni, Sachin Tendulkar, Saurav Ganguly, Rahul Dravid, Anil Kumble, Virat Kohli, Yuvraj Singh, Virender Sehwag, and many other legendary players have played in this league, which has played a vital role in its success.
Not only Indian players but many overseas legendary players have been part of this tournament. Players like Ricky Ponting, Matthew Hayden, AB de Villiers, Shane Warne, Jacques Kallis, Chris Gayle, Adam Gilchrist, Andre Russell, and many others. These players have raised the prestige of the IPL with their excellent performance. However, not every famous international player has been able to play in the IPL.

Some had even made the contract. Still, they could not make their IPL debut. This list features 9 famous international player who never played in the IPL game.

01. Stuart Broad

Stuart Broad became a popular name in every Indian house when Yuvraj Singh hit 6 sixes in his 6 balls in the first T20 world cup in South Africa. Stuart Broad had a very average career start, but since then he hasn’t looked back. He has played 56 T20 international matches for England and has grabbed 65 wickets with the economy of just over 7 RPO which is pretty much decent in T20 cricket format. He also captained England in T20 cricket. He is one of the best right-arm pacer in the world. He is also called a test match specialist because of his impressive bowling.
Not only bowling, but Broad is also quite a handy batsman as well and capable of hitting big shots. He can bat in lower or middle order and play according to the situation.
This impressive reputation helped Broad to get a contract from Kings XI Punjab for 2011 and 2012, but he was unable to make the trip to india. Broad withdrew himself from the league both the time citing a “calf strain”. Broad was never seen again on the auction table.
Broad could have added great balance for his team with his all-round abilities. More importantly, the pitch at Mohali favours fast bowlers. Still he is one of the players who never played IPL.

The fans could have also watched another encounter between Stuart Broad and Yuvraj Singh. It could have been interesting or not?

02. James Anderson

James Anderson is the highest wicket taker bowler for England. James Anderson is one of the finest swing bowler in today’s cricket. He is also called the king of swing. In simple and short word you can say that James Anderson is really a tough competitor.

From the starting of his career Anderson focused on Tests and ODIs. He was never interested in short format games as it invites more injuries and could effect careers. Anderson kept himself away from IPL just to play only for his country and stay fit because of his frequent injuries.
He has not been considered in T20 cricket since 2014 and has not been grabbed by any IPL franchise. He played his last T20 in 2014.
Seeing this king of swing in the IPL would be a pleasure for the fans.

03. Mushfiqur Rahim

Mushfiqur Rahim has become a world-class performer for Bangladesh across all formats over the last couple of years. Rahim has scored runs in every condition with a pretty decent impression when he has had to. In 2018, he played a famous knock of 144 against Sri Lanka in Asia Cup in Dubai. Rahim has also made three double-hundreds in Tests in the last couple of years. In T20Is, Rahim has been a spinal column for Bangladesh. Raheem is a T20 specialist with good wicket keeping skills and also a player who can lead the team.

But, since he is an overseas wicket-keeper, and more better options are there in that department. And the teams prefer not to sign a foreign wicket-keeper until he is an exceptional batsman like AB de Villiers, Jos Buttler or Quinton de Kock. That’s why he has never found a bidder in the IPL Auction.

04. Alastair Cook

Alastair Cook is considered to be a classy batsman. Alastair cook has always been a technical player and he is not a prefferable batsman for T20’s as he didn’t make quick runs. He played his last T20 in 2015. He has always played test matches and has most runs for England.
Cook is a veteran of 161 tests tagged as a test player and never had a chance to play IPL.

05. Tamim Iqbal

Tamim Iqbal is the another famous Bangladeshi player to feature in this list. Tamim Iqbal’s batting has been one of the vital factors behind the rise of Bangladesh cricket in the recent past. Tamim has played in many leagues around the world as one of the main batsmen.
Tamim even got a contract from Pune Warriors(now-defunct). But unfortunately, he never got a chance to play in the playing XI of the team and he could not make his IPL debut.

06. Vernon Philander

Vernon Philander impressed everyone with his phenomenal performances in test cricket. He wreaked havoc with his swinging deliveries. He was also known for his all-round performance. He played 101 T20 games, in which he bagged 79 wickets at an average of 30 and an economy of 7.89. The right-handed player also scored 862 runs at an average of 24.62 at a strike rate of 134.89. Philander has played in many T20 leagues across the globe, but never got the chance to play in the IPL.

07. Ian Bell

Ian Bell, in his peek, was the backbone of the England’s batting lineup. His technique was very impressive. He was full of class. Ian was among those batsmen that were difficult to get out.

He was also a pretty decent T20 player with impressive record in T20 format. But he never got a chance to play in IPL.

08. Graeme Swann

Graeme Swann was considered to be one of the best spinners in the world. He was a crucial part of England’s team setup. He played a major role in ICC World T20 2010 victory in West Indies. But sadly, Swann never graced the IPL.

09. Joe Root

England’s baby face Joe Root is currently one of the finest players in cricket. His name is compared with the likes of Virat Kohli, Steven Smith, and Kane Williamson. He is on the top level in every format of the game with his great performance. In the World T20 tournament held in India in 2016, he showed us what he is capable of in this format. He was one of the reason behind England reaching the finals that year.
He kept himself out from the auction. And later, he gave his name for the 2018 IPL auctions but unfortunately, he wasn’t picked by any franchise. His availability for the full tournament is also the main reasons for not being picked in the IPL.
In present, Joe Root is the biggest exclusion in the IPL. The tournament has Kohli, Smith and Williamson as well.

41 Amazing Facts about India that will Surely Amaze You

41 Amazing Facts about India that will Surely Amaze You

India, a country located in South Asia. With the population of over 1 billion people, India is the second-most populated country and one of the most influential and powerful country in the world. India is the seventh-largest country by area, and the biggest democratic country in the world.
India’s vast diversity and cultural heritage is famous all over the world. But there are some lesser known and unheard facts about India you probably don’t know yet.

Here are some most interesting and surprising facts about India.

#41. The second largest English-speaking nation is India. Yes, you heard it right. After America, India is the only country in which nearly 10% of its population that is 125 million(12.5 crore) speaks English. After America and India, third comes the Pakistan in the list. Isn’t it surprising?

#40. Rajma(kidney bean) is not an Indian dish. It first came to India from Mexico and slowly, it became a part of Indian cuisine.

#39. Did you know? India’s first-ever rocket was transported on a bicycle and the first satellite on a bullock cart. And look now, the present unbelievable furtherance of India in space programs and other fields.

#38. Samosa is not an Indian dish. Yes, you read it right. It was actually originated in Egypt. Surprising?? Did you know? If you are a Indian then definitely its gonna surprise you.

#37. It is illegal for a child in India to leave or neglect their parents after their retirement. Another amazing fact about India to its incredibleness. Incredible India!

#36. A meteor formed a astounding Lonar Lake in Maharashtra also called as Lonar Crater. The lake was created by a plummeting meteor about 52,000 years ago.

#35. The world’s first and oldest university was established in Takshila in 700 BC was once part of ancient India. In present, it is in Pakistan, after the partition of 1947.

#34. India has floating post office in Srinagar. Also India has the most number of post offices.

#33. The daily number of people travelling in the Indian Railways is equal to the population of Australia. Connecting more than 7,172 stations, it carries over 23 million passengers in 12,617 trains.

#32. There’s a day dedicated to former President of India Dr.A.P.J. Abdul Kalam in Switzerland. Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam visited Switzerland on may 26th 2006, and that day is declared as the Science Day of Switzerland.

#31. The birth place of four religion is in India – Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism, are followed by 25% of the world’s population. Isn’t it amazing? Incredible India.

#30. Did you know that India was once an island? About 50 million years ago, it collided with the Asian continent and thus led to the formation of The Great Himalayas. Surprising, isn’t it?

#29. India introduced shampoo to the world. “Shampoo” is a word came from the Hindi word, “champo”. The first ever shampoo was used by local peoples in India. Dried Indian gooseberry mixed with many other herbs was used to wash hair, and called champo. This recipe is still used in the country today.

#28. It is called that India was one of the richest countries till the time of British colonial rule in the early 17th Century.

#27. India has a village named Snapdeal.com. Shiv Nagar village in Muzaffarnagar, U.P. renamed to ‘Snapdeal.com Nagar’ after snapdeal.com, an e-commerce company, made 15 hand-pumps in the village so that the villagers wouldn’t have to walk for miles to collect water.

#26. Indian airline company, “Go Air”, only hires female flight attendants because on average, they are 15-20 kilos lighter than men. So they save up to US $5 million per year in fuel. I bet, you are surprised?

#25. The concept of plastic surgery was mainly invented in India. Sushruta, an ancient physician known today as the “Father of Indian Medicine” and “Father of Plastic Surgery”. He made the huge contribution to medical science in the field of plastic and cataract surgery back in the 6th century.

#24. India is the only country with a bill of rights for cows. Cows are believed to be holy in Hinduism, and the Indian Constitution has a set of rules that prevents the sale and slaughter of cows. From the moment a Hindu is born, he has two mothers. One, his birth mother and second, Gaumata(Gau- cow, mata- mother). Now, isn’t it amazes you?

#23. India has never invaded any country in the history of years.

#22. The production cost of Indian currency 1 Rupee coin is estimated to be around Rupee 1.11. The cost of Rupee 2 coin is Rupee 1.28 and for Rupee 5 coin it is Rupee 3.69. The new Rupee 10 currency coins cost is Rupee 5.54.

#21. When many cultures were only forest dwellers and nomadics over 5000 years ago, Indians established first ever civilization, Indus Valley Civilization(Harappan Culture) in Sindhu Valley.

#20. The game of Snake & Ladders as well as Chess was invented in India.

#19. The jewellery of Indian housewives holds 11% of the world’s gold.

#18. Diamonds were first mined in India. It is believed that until 1896, India was the one and only source of diamonds in the world.

#17. One of the most commonly used things in today’s life- USB, was invented by an Indian-American computer architect Ajay V. Bhatt. Also the Pentium Chip was invented by an Indian named Vinod Dham. He is called as the father of the Pentium Chip.

#16. India has the largest number of vegetarian peoples in the world. It is because of religious beliefs and practices or personal choices or both, nearly 20-40% of Indians are vegetarians, making it the largest vegetarian-friendly country in the world.

#15. The Golden Temple in India feeds a vegetarian meal to over 50 thousand people a day. Amazing, isn’t it?

#14. India is the one and only country to have an entire ocean named after it, that is none other than the Indian Ocean. Isn’t it amazing fact?

#13. India is the fourth country after the US, Russia and China which have developed Anti-satellite weapons(ASAT), these are space weapons designed to destroy or incapacitate satellites in space for strategic military purposes.

#12. After every 12 years, a religious gathering called the “Kumbh Mela” is held in India. It is the world’s largest gathering of people. In 2011, this religious gathering was so massive that it was visible from space. It attracted over 70 million people. Wohhhh!!

#11. Mawsynram village in India is the place that records the highest rainfall on the Earth. In 1986, it received 26,000 millimetres of rainfall and earned the title of the “wettest place on earth”.

#10. The branch of mathematics, Algebra, Trigonometry and Calculus was originated in India.

#9. True to the cultural norms, only about 1 out of 100 marriages in India end in divorce, the lowest rate of divorce in the world.

#8. The record of having the biggest family in the world is from India. A man named Ziona Chana from Mizoram has 39 wives, 94 children, and 33 grandchildren, who live together as one big happy family in the same house.

#7. Currently, India is the only country to have both wild lions and tigers in their natural habitats.

#6. Did you know? India is the largest movies producing country. Bollywood, Kollywood, Tollywood and other regional cinema industries together produce more movies than any nation in the world.

#5. Did you know? Martial Arts were first created in India in the early 5th century AD, and later spread in Asian Subcontinent by Buddhist missionaries.

#4. Hindi language is not the national language of India. In actual, there are more than 20 official languages across various states of India and Hindi is one of them.

#3. Do you know? KFC, Pizza Hut and McDonalds introduced their vegetarian menu just for the Indian populace. Power of Indian Populace!

#2. How many of you all think that Hockey is the national game of India? No, Hockey is not the national game of India. Shocked? In fact, India does not have a national game.

#1. India is the first and only country in the world who succeeded in putting a research into Mars’ orbit in the very first attempt, easily and decisively. What’s amazing is that, it is the most cheapest and cost effective Mars Mission to have ever been undertaken. The “MOM”(Mars Orbiter Mission), cost only $74 million. The recent Hollywood space adventure movie “Gravity” cost about a $100 million to make. Wowww! Proud for Indians. Isn’t it great?

Phooey!!! We guess, that’s a lot of amazing facts about India that surely amazes you. Do let us know in the comment section, what you think of the amazing facts about India and if you have more to add.

Immune-Boosting Foods You Must Include in Your Diet

Immune-Boosting Foods You Must Include in Your Diet

Eating certain foods can help keep your immune system strong. If you are looking for way to prevent illness, flu, winter cold and other bacterial and viral infections.
Many individuals don’t realize exactly how substantially our eating diet can impact our immune system.
Here are some foods that boost the immune system-


Immunity-boosting Superstar is the another name of garlic. Garlic is popularly used in almost every cuisine of the world. It is a popular ingredient in cooking because its adds a extra flavor and a delicious taste to the food. From hundreds of years, people all over the world have hailed garlic as a boon for health. Garlic actually belongs to lily family.

Garlic is treated as a powerful antibiotic. Garlic contents are known to boost the function of the immune system. Garlic has very good concentration of sulfur-containing compounds like allicin which has several benefits. The compound diallyl sulfide present in garlic is one of the most effective antibiotic with fighting bacteria. Garlic helps to treat common cold and flu. Consuming garlic can reduce the chance of becoming sick.

Consuming garlic on regular basis stops hardening of the arteries, helps in lowering of blood pressure and cholesterol level which overall lower the risk of heart diseases.

Garlic may reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia. It contains antioxidants that help in protection against cell damage and aging.

Garlic is seen beneficial in various chronic disease, thus it makes some sense that garlic also may help you live longer.

Some studies also show that garlic strengthen the immunity of our body against cancer.

Despite its notorious benefits, some ancient books tells that garlic was used as aphrodisiac in India and as currency in Egypt.


Papaya is healthy tropical fruit also called papaws or pawpaws, is a soft, fleshy fruit and is available at most times of the year. It have some decent amount of anti-oxidants, nutrients and vitamins. All these vitamins and anti-oxidants makes it a very good food for boosting our immunity.

Papaya has powerful antioxidant effects, that work against free radicals and reduces oxidative stress and risk of several diseases. The powerful antioxidants in papaya help our skin recover against sun damage and wrinkling.
Papaya contain great source of vitamin A, B, C and K, which are known for an excellent immunity booster. Papaya’s powerful antioxidant lycopene content can improve heart health and may reduce your risk of heart disease. These vitamins are great for the new growth of our body tissues, including hair and skin. It is also said that a medium-sized papaya can fulfill your daily requirement of vitamins.
Consumption of raw papaya can help in maintaining blood sugar level and cholesterol level because of the high fiber content in it, hence helpful in diabetes.
Some research suggests that the antioxidants present in papaya may reduce cancer risk and can even slow cancer progression.

Papaya is anti-inflammatory. Papayas are very high in carotenoid enzymes that can reduce inflammation.

Papaya contains a enzyme called papain which breaks down proteins, carbohydrates, fats and helps digestion. That is why raw papaya paste is used as meat tenderizer.
Papaya is high in fiber and water content, which also help in digestion and may prevent constipation.

Consuming papaya regularly can cure Arthritis as it is rich in minerals such as calcium, magnesium, potassium and copper.

Papaya can be consumed raw or ripe or as juice and can be added to salads, smoothies, and other dishes.


Almonds are the seeds of Prunus Dulcis, commonly called as the almond tree. Almonds have an impressive nutrient profile containing fiber, protein, vitamin E, Manganese, Magnesium and lots of healthy fats and so it offer a number of immune-boosting benefits.

Almonds helps in healthy brain function. Almonds are loaded with antioxidants which helps to reduce oxidative stress, which damages cells of our body and contribute to aging, inflammation and diseases like diabetes, cancer and Alzheimer’s.

Almonds improve the skin health and add shine to dull hair. Almonds are relatively high of vitamin E, vitamin E is a group of fat-soluble compounds. These compounds tend to build up in cell membranes in our body, protecting the cells from oxidative damage. It moisturizes and nourishes our skin.

Almonds protect us from various heart related diseases. Almonds are very high in magnesium, whose intake may offer good improvements in diabetes. The magnesium in almonds can additionally help lower cholesterol and blood pressure levels.

The fiber present in almonds helps in good digestion and may prevent constipation.

Eating almonds reduces Hunger. Almonds are low in carbohydrates and high in fiber and protein which increases feelings of fullness. And thus can prevent overeating and weight gain.

Almonds are also used as to produce almond milk, oil, butter, almond oil, flour or paste. Consuming a small handful of 8-10 almonds a day is OK.

Why Cricket is not an Olympic Game?

Why Cricket is not an Olympic Game?

In today’s world, Cricket is one of the most popular game among the other sports across the world. Also the popularity of cricket is increasing day by day. Started in 16th century in England, this game is played in more than 100 countries today.

In some countries like India cricket is that much famous that people treat cricket as a religion. Cricket is worshiped like a religion in India. Cricket has over a billion of fans worldwide.

But, despite being a popular game in the world and Olympics being the biggest sporting event in the world- Why Cricket is not played in Olympic Games? Why Cricket is not an Olympic Game? Why is Cricket not played at the Olympics? Why Cricket isn’t a Olympic Sport? So in this post here we will explain all the reasons as to Why Cricket is not an Olympic Game?

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History of Cricket in Olympics-

Cricket was listed in as an event in the very first modern Olympic Games at Athens in 1896, but was later removed due to an insufficient number of entries. Four years later in the 1900 Paris Olympics, only four teams entered the battle — Great Britain, Belgium, Holland, and France. Belgium and Holland pulled back themselves from the cricket competition after their co-hosting bids were rejected. Cricket was only held in the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris, where only two countries participated in it, Great Britain and hosts France where Great Britain won the Gold and France silver. The team of France was mostly represented by English expatriates while the England team was represented by Devon & Somerset Wanderers Cricket Club, so was not nationally selected. A cricket tournament was scheduled for 1904 Summer Olympics held in St. Louis but was eventually cancelled.

01. Slow pacing- length of the Game

The Olympic motto is ‘Faster, Higher, Stronger’. The game of cricket is played in three formats- Test match, One-Day International and Twenty20 International. The shortest format(Twenty20 International) lasts for 3-4 hours to complete a match. Even if consider the tournament consist of 10 teams, and completing a match of 3-4 hours a day will also take minimum 10 days to complete the tournament and you will never see a cricket World Cup, let alone a four- or five-day tournament in Olympic- which only last for 15 days.

02. Lack of Global Interest

Cricket is famous but not really a global sport yet. Although, people of Indian Subcontinent, South Africa, England, Australia are crazy about Cricket, but the sport itself has not managed to penetrate most of the developed countries of this world like America, China, Canada, Russia, Japan. There are only a few nations that takes Cricket seriously as compared to other popular sports like Football, Boxing, Athletics etc.

Source- Statista

03. Availability, Maintenance and Cost

Cricket demands a high level of maintenance in administration and preparation of the cricket field and of the pitch— which would be difficult and potentially very expensive for a non-cricket-playing host like Japan, America, which generally doesn’t play cricket that much. There needs to repair the pitch after every match so you can’t hold any other sport in a cricket venue match at least not until the whole tournament is over. Thus, it needs more stadiums which is not possible.

04. Ensuring Fair play

The fans of cricket knows that ensuring a fare result is heavily dependent on the quality of the pitch. During real international cricket games, host nations often prepare pitches according to the strengths of their own team, like Indians will make spinner friendly pitches while most pitches in Australia favors fast bowlers, and so on.
Thus, creating a sporting pitch where all participating teams will have an equal chance to win will be much challenging.

Why do we see Random Numbers or Codes on the Screen while watching TV?

Why do we see Random Numbers or Codes on the Screen while watching TV?

You see a lot of movies, youtube videos, tv series but at least once in a day you also watch tv definitely. And when you watch tv you might have seen some random numbers at random positions coming on your tv screen. And these numbers are irritating and very disturbing. But do you know that by this number your location can be tracked? Yes, this is true.

But guys have ever think that what are these numbers? Why these irritating numbers appears on our tv screen? Why we get these random numbers while watching tv serials or live match? Why do we see numbers or codes on the screen while watching TV? What is the reason behind the random numbers that appear on our TV screens? Why does some random code like ‘EFGQ1H0510HZ’, ‘0675-9876-5432’ appear when you are watching a program on television? So, here on The News Remark you will know it.

What are those random letters or numbers or codes?

You may have noticed many times that the numbers comes anytime in between you are watching tv shows or live broadcast of any cricket match or something. These numbers are very unique number generated randomly and repeatedly. These numbers are also called VC number – Viewing Card Number or the Receiver Number. The code is a reference number of your local cable provider or we can say that it’s like IP address of our set top box or your TV. These numbers are generated from your set up box by your channel broadcasters.

Different numbers for different users

These numbers are generated for you and you only. Also in the same time if you will see a different tv with the same channel then you will realize that both the numbers are different.

Why these random numbers or codes appear?

So, the thing is that whenever there is the live match or tv serials or program or tv shows, so, what some people do is that they start recording it by their camera or phone or by using some other mechanism and they relays the content illegally to other televisions or they upload it on the internet or some other platforms like youtube and torrents. Also those numbers are recorded along with the program.

Now when the company from which you have purchased the set up box does a routine check and becomes aware of some suspicious activity, then their investigation team make a note of that appeared number which is illegally appearing in more than the legally approved number of subscribers or at other places on internet. Then by using this number, that company can find the illegal distributor and shut down their set top box and then take further legal action. These number is generally used as a part of anti-piracy actions taken by channel providers to stop piracy.

Also another interesting point about these numbers is that they appear on random positions. So anyone can’t blur a specific portion of the screen to neglect recording of that random numbers. We cannot remove these number codes, as it is important information to stop piracy.

How does a Computer work? – Short Essay

How does a Computer work? – Short Essay

How does a Computer work? When you hear the word “computer” you most likely start thinking of laptop or desktop computers. But there are many other different kinds of computers. The mobile phone that you use is a computer, the smart phone you use is also a computer. Inside a microwave oven there is also a computer fitted. Inside a washing machine, there is also a computer in it. But wait have you ever think that how this computer works? Have you ever thought that how this computer knows all the languages that are English, Hindi, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Chinese, Portuguese, Japanese, Bengali and almost all other languages of the world, but you will be amazed that the computer does not know any of these languages. The computer knows only and only one language called binary language and that is only 0 and 1.

The thing that we use or do with the help of a computer, like this website that you are reading comes to you in the form of 0 and 1. The video that you watch, the audio that you hear also comes to you in the form of 0 and 1. Also the letters we write through the keyboard goes to the computer only in the form of 0 and 1. But, how? So here on The News Remark today you will know a short answer and a basic idea on “How does a computer work?”

Take any computer of this world, it has been taught only 4 works and that are-

  1. take input
  2. store it in memory
  3. process it
  4. give output

How computer works?

This four works are only taught to a computer. Now it is also that computer is a device which works on electricity. If we cut the power then the computer will stop working. And again when we supply power to it then it will start again and it will work for you again. So what is inside the computer and how they do work?

So when we give input it flows through circuits in electrical form or 0 and 1 form. Because the computer does not know anything except 0 and 1. So all the computers,  all electrical devices only know the language of 0 and 1. Similarly, when you click on the buttons of a mouse or touch on the screen of your smart phone, then automatically that input signal will try to find what was behind your click or touch. Suppose there was a folder or a movie, then there generate a signal in binary and that signal will go to the mother board of the smart phone or computer. Then mother board will verify that signal and then it will store in its memory and that memory that is our C.P.U. (Central Processing Unit) will process that signal.

Like, if I click on movie then the C.P.U. will start processing the signal and that signal will go to harddisk where all the data of that movie is stored. So the final output comes to us after a lot of process. And the computer process all these process with the lightning fast speed. You will not know when you pressed the button and when all things processed.

The Operating System

But, also think of that the C.P.U. is having many and many of instructions which is to be performed and have to show you the outputs. So the C.P.U. will start confusing and it will very hard for the C.P.U. to process all the operations. But in reality there is nothing like this. For this there is a manager. And that manager is called O.S.(Operating System). Examples arewindows, Mac, iOS, android, Linux etc.

So O.S. has to manage all the things. O.S. knows everything that what is the power of C.P.U.? How much memory we have? What other devices are connected with our device? How much storage left in our hard disk? And it is the responsibility of the O.S. to perform interaction between hardware and software and tells the C.P.U. that first process this operation quickly and then this. So, by this O.S. synchronize C.P.U. and all other devices to process all the operations.

Now in present the computer is one of the greatest invention on earth. Made by humans. Made by us by using our brain. And today we are very-very much dependent on computers that we cannot imagine our life without computers.