LED monitors , the myth and the Fact

  By initiating a discussion on LCD vs LED monitor, we are addressing one of the concerns of the customers  regarding the purchase of the display unit.   After the era of Cathode ray tube monitors are over for a formal desktop customer , LCD monitor is a common display unit . There are so many complicated terminologies... more →
Posted in: ELECTRONIC COMPONENT SERVICE, GENERAL TOPICS, Hardware

Reset Counters for your Inkjet – The real story

    For anyone who used their ink jet printers for more than two  year they may have come across an error message when they try send a document to a printer ” communication error and a recommendation to contact the service division of the respective printer company. When you dial the toll free number of the printer... more →
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Know the X factor of your drive

What does the X stands for in the speed of your CD or DVD drive ?     The optical drives make their initial appearance   in music industry rather than computing industry.  Even the term Compact Disc was coined because the new medium was compact if we compare it with long play vinyl disks used to play music at that time.... more →
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what happens when we press refresh

What really happens  when we click ‘Refresh “?  will it improve the performance of the system  ?   If you have been with any typical graphic designer or a DTP operator  besides  his/her workstation , the most used function on the system is refresh .when ever an application take time to load , they will right... more →
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Why ROM is a RAM ?

  As a computer student , if we are asked about the opposite term for RAM , the obvious answer is ROM. So here we are just sharing some thoughts on why your ROM is also a RAM !   RAM or random access memory refers to the method by which the data is accessed   from  your memory .  Random Access means data can... more →
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Why Booting is called “Booting “

  Yes , you know that cliche definition for booting you learned on your elementary classes on computing .   Booting :  is the process by which the computer loads the operating system files from the secondary storage systems in your computer ( like Floppy , hard disk ,or CD)   to the primary memory area ( R/W -RAM... more →
Posted in: GENERAL TOPICS, Hardware, LIGHTER SIDE OF COMPUTING

Power On Self Test – Demystified

    As a person who is using a computing equipment , You are aware about the term called POST and you also know it is expanded as Power on Self Test. Yes the same process which begins after you press the power button of your system .  This post is an effort to move a little deeper in to the process of POST and the... more →
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Why You Should not Purchase a Used Laptop

        Buying    a used laptop is more risker than buying a used Desktop. So unless you are in a tight financial constrain ,                                               do not go for used laptop. The very basic question about a used laptop is that why the user  is selling it ?    expected answers... more →
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what New iPad means to a tablet Buyer

  For the world who expected  an iPad-3 , apple presented just the New iPad . Apple always surprise the world with their new products and product names . But will the new product name will do good or harm to apple is yet to find out . Out of all the tech difference between the existing iPad 2 and the new iPad , the... more →
Posted in: Gadgets, GENERAL TOPICS, Hardware

Will Improper Shutdown harm your Hard disk ?

  This post does not encourage you to improper shutdown your system from now on , but a discussion in to the technical aspects of the impact of the improper shut down on the life of your hard disk. Please continue to properly shut down your system for maintaining your production environment systems  it is true that improper... more →
Posted in: Hardware, Laptop Care, TIPS & TRICKS, Uncategorized
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