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The Difference Between RAM and Processor Power

The Difference Between RAM and Processor Power

    Often, the first things which come to mind when thinking of upgrading your computer are either adding more memory modules (RAM) or going for a faster processor (CPU). The main reason is that these two components form the very basic core of your machine, allowing it to store program instructions (gathered from your hard drive) and subsequently access and process these via the CPU.

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2 Computers on 1 Monitor Without a KVM Switch

2 Computers on 1 Monitor Without a KVM Switch

    Software solutions

    Local and remote computers can be displayed on the screen of another computer by using a software solution such as Windows Remote Desktop , VNC, or Web-based services. This approach has the advantage of giving you access to other computers without a KVM switch, but has the disadvantage of prohibiting boot access to the remote machine.

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Guide to Cache Memory

Guide to Cache Memory

Intro to Cache Memory
Cache is not a term friendly to most people. In fact, it sounds more like a technical term to the general public. However, Cache Memory is essential in everyday component, and without it, the performance level of PC will decrease dramatically.

What is Cache
The CPU of a PC process Data and governs the general intelligence level of the computer.

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Selecting an Access Point

Selecting an Access Point

The central piece of hardware in your WLAN is the access point (AP). It sends and receives signals between clients on the network. The AP provides a central point of connectivity for all of the wireless clients and can interface with an Ethernet network or broadband Internet connection. In addition to providing connectivity to wireless NICs (Network Interface Controller), the AP can provide other network services, usually supplied by a server or router in a large network.

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