En esta entrada vamos a hacer un ligero repaso por todos ellos (que no son muchos) para lograr llegar a reconocer un puerto USB allá donde lo veamos.
There are countless file extensions out there and new ones seem to crop up every day. When you happen to discover one you have never heard of before, I bet your initial instinct is to suspect malware, rather than being excited to find out what it is. Did you ever wonder what an XML file is?
Dear Lifehacker, I’ve got some old RAM lying around that I’m looking to use. What are the rules on mixing RAM? As long as they’re the same modules (DDR, DDR2, etc.), should I experience any performance issues?
USB technology has been under development since 1993. The first official definition, USB 1.0, was introduced in 1996. It provides a Low-Speed transfer rate of 1.5 Mbits/s for sub-channel keyboards and mice, and a Full-Speed channel at 12 Mbits/s. USB 2.0, which came in 2001, made a leap to Hi-Speed transfer rates of up to 480 Mbits/s. In 2010, USB 3.0 has finally hit the market.
Let’s take a look at the history of domain extensions, which ones are restricted and which ones aren’t, and what specific use each is intended for.
There are so many myths, misconceptions, and just plain old lies about viruses that it’s often hard for anybody to know what to think. Let’s examine a few of the biggest myths about viruses, and debunk each of them.
Let’s take a look at the techniques hackers use when hacking wireless networks and what you can do about it.
One of the main purposes of cookies in general is to save temporary data, for instance language preferences or login information. Tracking cookies on the other hand are only created to track a users movement. The movement can still only be tracked if the user visits a website that displays the advertisement scripts of the company that has a cookie stored on the system.
Today we’re taking it back to the basics. In this article, I am going to name the basic parts of a computer, describe what they do, show you where they are usually located, and give you a few tips on how to upgrade them. So the next time your hard drive dies or your CD-Rom stops reading discs, you don’t have to pay for a house call from your neighborhood PC-repair man.
Check out our round up below to learn about some of the most influential people in the creation and development of the ideas and technologies that have led to today’s web experience. Let us know in the comments if you think we’ve missed anyone!