We explain what an administrator is and the functions of a task manager. In addition, what is an apostolic administrator.
What is an administrator?
It is an administrator who has the task of administering the task . This action can be intended for a company, an object or a set of objects. The administrator must have qualities that highlight him to perform his function correctly: have a leader attitude, have knowledge and experience, know how to act in the face of different adverse situations in a moral and intellectual way.
The administrator is responsible for managing the resources of an entity, as well as the designation of posts and tasks to staff members. As his word says well, an administrator will be responsible only and exclusively for administrative work, which is usually strongly related to the financial and economic part of a company.
In buildings or departments it is very common to find the term administrator . Here the individual who holds this position will be the one in charge of organizing those tasks related to the maintenance of the building .
See also: Administrative Process.
A task manager is a software whose purpose and purpose are to provide the user with information on the different processes and applications that are being executed in the foreground and background by a computer.
Also from the same task manager it is possible to perform the actions of:
- Finish some process.
- Change the priority in which a process is executed (low, below normal, normal, above normal, high, real time).
- Close the desired user session.
- Put into operation new tasks or applications.
- Observe the performance in terms of CPU usage.
The task manager is a very useful software and the different operating systems have one from the factory . There are also developed by private manufacturers and can be downloaded from the Internet.
An apostolic administrator is that bishop or presbyter appointed by the Pope of the Catholic Church to whom he is assigned the task of administering a diocese, whose residential bishop or archbishop is not exercising the quota (this situation is called a vacant seat).
The vacant seat situation occurs when the residential person in charge of administering the diocese dies, renounces or there is an event that produces an inability to administer it correctly.
The election of the new administrator, after the vacancy occurs, is detailed in the Code of Canon Law. It states that after the free space is left, the new person in charge must be chosen from among the members of the Diocesan College of Consultants, within a maximum period of eight days.