by Dinesh Thakur Category: Introduction to Computer

You’ve probably heard in computing industry, when you download a piece of software, the term 32-bit and 64-bit. Definition of term is that, it is used for processor, Operating System, install a game, computer driver etc.so we help you understand what the difference need to know about 32-bit vs. 64-bit architecture.



 
by Dinesh Thakur Category: Introduction to Computer

Computer has making human life faster because of its incredible speed,Accuracy and storage, with which human can save anything and search it out easily when needed. We can say computer a versatile machine because it is very flexible in performing their jobs. but Computers have several important advantages and disadvantages.



 
by Dinesh Thakur Category: Introduction to Computer

Definition - What is Docking Station?: A Docking station also known as universal port replicator or simply dock. It is like a attachment that plugging-in to a laptop or notebook computer, either directly or by cable, providing connects a laptop with more external peripheral devices. Docking station connection interfaces increases the laptop's capabilities almost to that of a standardized desktop computer. A docking station typically includes standard expansion slots, as well as additional ports (sockets or connection interfaces) for connecting a local printer, modem, keyboard, larger storage or backup drives etc.It can also include a NIC Card,a USB port that attaches notebook to LAN.



 
by Dinesh Thakur Category: Introduction to Computer

During the last decade computers have become an integral part of our daily lives. There is hardly any activity which does not make use of computers at some stage or the other. Even when someone on a holiday wishes to call a friend using his/her cell phone, he/she is using computers indirectly as messages are handled and directed by them. Similarly, on any given day, even if we are not directly working on computers on our desks, we make use of computers many times while using a mobile or a land line phone, purchasing from a modem outlet, and other such activities. Facilities such as e-mail and web have become the life-line of our modem society as well as of the world of business.

 
by Dinesh Thakur Category: Introduction to Computer

In 1640s, Computer term was first used as "one who calculates."  From 1897, term changed and got a new computer meaning "Calculating machine". From 1945 the term indicates as "programmable digital electronic computer".



 
by Dinesh Thakur Category: Introduction to Computer

"Who invented the first computer?" is not an answer to be replied in one word or name and you are sorted, the answer is not depends on single machine, computer is made up collection of different parts, each part is a separate invention and it’s separate inventor. So the answer depends on different classification of computers.



 
by Dinesh Thakur Category: Introduction to Computer

Grid computing is a group of computers physically connected (over a network or with Internet) to perform a dedicated tasks together, such as analysing e-commerce data and solve a complex problem. Grids are a form of "super virtual computer" that solve a particular application.The grid size may vary from small to large enterprises network.

A computing grid is constructed with the help of grid middleware software that allows them to communicate. middleware is used to translates one node information passed stored or processed information to another into a recognizable format. It is the form of "distributed computing" or "peer-to-peer computing".



 
by Dinesh Thakur Category: Introduction to Computer

In computers, parallel computing is closely related to parallel processing (or concurrent computing). It is the form of computation in which concomitant ("in parallel") use of multiple CPUs that is carried out simultaneously with shared-memory systems to solving a supercomputing computational problem. Parallelism is the process of large computations, which can be broken down into multiple processors that can process independently and whose results combined upon completion. Parallelism has long employed in high-performance supercomputing.

 

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