by Dinesh Thakur Category: Memory

Fatal error!? Why do they do this to us? Why can't they just say, "Oh, excuse me, but your system has a serious problem. The trouble may just be temporary, and if you'll turn off the computer and try again, maybe everything will work fine."



 
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In computer graphics, we used many terms like pixel, dot, resolution, sharpness, Quality of picture. All these terms are used during softcopy and hardcopy output. When we talk about softcopy output, we generally deal with pixels. Hardcopy output considers the term dots pitch for picture quality. Quality of printed media depends upon the distance of dots. Density means; how many dots are located under per inch area. Greater the DPI, more enhancement and focus on the quality of printed media.



 
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A typical hard disk is built right into your computer or is housed in a box nearby-and you never see the actual hard disk or take it out of its container. A cartridge hard disk, though, is removable. It works kind of like a giant floppy disk in that it slips into a slot in a special kind of removable hard drive case (actually, it's more like sliding a video tape into a VCR).

A typical cartridge hard disk holds 44 megabytes (there are also 88s), costs as little as $40, and is about as big as a cheese sandwich with no lettuce. The drive (the case) that you put the cartridge into costs from $450 to $1000.But once you have the hard drive, buying a new cartridge is the cheapest way to increase the amount of hard disk space you have.



 
by Dinesh Thakur Category: Memory

There are three types of storage that we can use for our files:HDDs, SSDs, and cloud-based storage.

In some cases, we have the option of foregoing one type in favor of another when looking for more capacity, faster load times, or dynamically shifting capacities. Read on to determine which applications are best suited to which storage types.

 
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In terms of computing’s history, we’re just beginning to scratch the surface of the lifestyle applications of touch-sensitive gadgets. In this article, we’ll take a look at two of the most important touch-based input technologies used in computers, smartphones, laptops, and tablets.



 
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Whether you’re looking to replace a failed drive or upgrading to get more capacity and faster access times, installing a hard drive is simple. Just follow these steps to insert, secure, and power a new HDD in your desktop PC.

 
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Definition: SDRAM stands for Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory. SDRAM operates more efficiently as it works according to the synchronization of the clock. This makes it easy to manage faster, and the speed of the SDRAM measured in MHz instead of nanoseconds. SDRAM introduced in 1969-70. It most widely used in computers. Nowadays it is also used in other systems.

 
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Memory is an essential component of the computer. It is a hardware device that assembled on the motherboard for storing data and instructions for performing a task on the system. Two types of memory are used by the computer, one for storing data permanently and second for operating.



 
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Definition: NVRAM stands for Non-Volatile Random Access Memory. It is a kind of RAM that can store the data even when there is no power. Ex:- Flash memory is a kind of NVRAM.

 

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