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The definition of a bit is the smallest amount of memory a computer can hold. A bit can literally hold only one of two values:
Posted:2007-04-12, 1660 views
In computer memory terms, the definition of a byte is a collection of eight bits. Unlike a bit that can hold the value of zero or one, a byte of memory can hold a value from 0-255.
Posted:2007-04-12, 1657 views
Computers and storage mechanisms (CD-ROMs, hard drives, USB flash drives, DVD-ROMs, etc.) need to hold much larger values than what a byte can hold (0-255). Thus, the terms kilobyte, megabyte, gigabyte, and terabyte were created to represent such large amounts of information.
Posted:2007-04-12, 6799 views
ROM stands for Read Only Memory. Your computer ROM holds crucial instructions needed for your computer to boot up and operate, and can sometimes be referred to as the ''operating system for the operating system''.
Posted:2007-04-12, 1727 views
After starting up a Microsoft Windows computer connected to a local network, you may see the error message "Duplicate name exists." What does this error message signify, and how can you resolve it?
Posted:2008-01-31, 1753 views
The instruction at 0×745f2780 referenced memory at 0×00000000. The memory could not be read.
Posted:2008-08-09, 2123 views
It is no secret that I a am a keyboard commando. It pains me to see people still dividing time between keyboard and mouse. And when you constantly have to divide your time between your mouse and your keyboard, your workflow rate really slows down. That's particularly true when you're working on a laptop, where the pointing device is even slower. The answer - short of growing another arm - is to learn a few "handy" keyboard shortcuts. Here are 10 of the most used.
Posted:2010-11-09, 1961 views
What are the secrets of the super sites? Why do some sites succeed while the majority of others fail? More and more Internet business owners are asking themselves these questions. The answers are frequently more obvious than you may think. Below are 10 tips for better, more successful web sites.
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