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Unix Shell Scripting Tutorial

by Tracy Pettigrue | May 28, 2010
1. Introduction Time is precious. It is non-sense-ical to waste time typing a frequently used sequence of commands at a command prompt, more especially if they are abnormally long or complex. Scripting is a way by which one can alleviate this necessity by automating these command sequences in... »read more
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ATM-Asynchronous Transfer Protocol

by Derek Thompson | Sep 28, 2009
Properties: 1.   It supports cell relay and packet switch network 2.   It is a data link layer protocol 3.   It is a connection oriented technology 4.   It is designed for synchronous optical networking design 5.   It helps to implement low... »read more
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Fun With Linux Commands

by Zico Mathews | Oct 12, 2009
by Jason Chen % cat "food in cans" cat: can't open food in cans % nice man woman No manual entry for woman. % "How would you rate Quayle's incompetence? Unmatched ". % Unmatched ". Unmatched ". % [Where is Jimmy Hoffa? Missing ]. % ^How did... »read more
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What Is OEM?

by Tina S | Jan 5, 2010
An organization that markets a product composed of components and subsystems manufactured by other companies under its own name and brand.
  OEM stands for "original equipment manufacturer" and OEM software is a phrase that refers to software that is sold to computer builders and hardware manufacturers (OEMs) in large quantities, for the purpose of bundling with computer hardware. The third-party software that comes... »read more
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The BIOS (Basic Input/Output System)

by Syeda Tasneem Rumy | Sep 8, 2009
Bios in action
Introduction As you easily can see from my Mainboard Benchmark Results Table, the performance of the mainboard is highly depending on the memory timing you adjust in your BIOS setup. The settings you are able to change and the different values however differ a whole lot from chipset to... »read more
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A Comparative Study on the Performance of World Wide Web Search Engines

by Randy Trevor | Oct 20, 2009
Internet has emerged as the most powerful medium for storage and retrieval of information.
  WORLD WIDE WEB   The World Wide Web abbreviated as WWW or referred simply as the Web is a system of Internet servers that supports hypertext to access several Internet protocols on a single interface. Because of its features, and because of the Web's ability to work... »read more
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POS (Point Of Sales) Recorders

by Tina S | Dec 16, 2009
POS software systems can automate several other areas of your business and are not limited to simple cash register functions.
What is POS Software? Electronic devices that function as both a terminal and a cash register. They are used commonly in retail stores to record sales information at the time of the sale and to perform other data processing functions. POS software is at its simplest, a computer... »read more
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Graphic Adapters

by Tracy Pettigrue | Oct 3, 2009
CGA: The standard IBM CGA graphics card is equipped with 16 kilobytes of video memory, and could be connected either to a NTSC-compatible monitor or TV via an RCA jack, or to a dedicated RGBI CRT monitor. The CGA's maximum color depths of four bits... »read more
Rating: 0 1 2 3 4 5 | Views: 2014 | Computer and Technology

Video Tape Formats

by Tracy Pettigrue | Oct 3, 2009
Video Tape Formats: Video tape formats can be categorized in two types: 1.   Analog Formats 2.   Digital Formats   Analog Formats: VHS: It is the lowest quality format in use today, with 250 lines of resolution.... »read more
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BlueTooth

by Tracy Pettigrue | Sep 28, 2009
Bluetooth is a radio standard and communications protocol primarily designed for low power consumption, with a short range based on low-cost transceiver microchips in each device.
Bluetooth is an industrial specification for wireless personal area networks. It provides a way to connect and exchange information between devices such as mobile phones, laptops, PCs, printers, digital cameras, and video game consoles over a secure, globally unlicensed short-range radio... »read more
Rating: 0 1 2 3 4 5 | Views: 1907 | Computer and Technology

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