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EXPANSION SLOTS IN MOTHERBOARD  Friends today i am going to share my knowledge and understanding of the expansion slots. So lets begin with our topic. Expansion slots are used to provide additional properties for carrying the computation task such as additional video, audio and sound, advanced graphics and Ethernet.   So lets begin with our knowledge hunting. I will start by AGP expansion slots. AGP AGP stands for ACCELARATED GRAPHICS PORT.  AGP was introduced with high speed 3D graphics display in 1996.  It is used for older graphics card types which is discontinued by PCI EX16 graphics port in 2005.   These were kernel version of AGP most of the brand in 1.5 volt DC.  AGP 1x channel and 66MHZ clock speed resulting a data table of 266 MBPS.   AGP 2x, 4x ,8x specification multiply MHZ clock to produce increase throughput. AGP 8x produces effective clock frequency of 533 MHZ resulting a throughput of 2 GBPS (2133MHZ) resulting a throughput of over a 32 bit channel. PCI PCI  stands for P


DETAILED ARTICLE ON BIOS AND ITS COMPONENTS Today i am going to discuss something about bios( basic input output system).  So lets get started. A computers basic input output system (bios) is a embedded software on a motherboard.  It is the first software a pc loads to use components such as cd drives, mouse keyboard practically the moment you turn it on. The bios is responsible for controlling or managing low-level but extremely important process like  the power on self test.  It is the boot process and the interaction of components on the motherboard.   the topic will help you to flash (update) you bios by taking right precautions and have a walk through each step.  Not all computers have the same bios manufacturer, let alone the same exact process,  but they all share steps and precautions. UPGRADING THE SYSTEM BIOS When the system was designed, the bios program code will work with all specific devices.  As the computer technology changes we need to update its capabilities .  Genera


FILE SYSTEM AND FORMATING In this post i am going to teach you about various types of file system and formating used in computers. So lets start. The file system dictates how information is organized on the disk.   For example, the file system determines hjow large the allocation unit, or storage unit, the file is.   The following sections introduce the different file systems available and the os’ s that support them. The FAT FILE SYSTEM – the file allocation table (fat) file system has been the most popular file system up until the last few years.   The file system is designed for the small disk and simple folder structures.   it resides in the beginning of the system. It keeps two copies of the data in its table as back up so that if any copies become corrupted it can cure that corruption.   The file allocation table along with the root folder should be kept on fixed position so that boot files can be perfectly located.   The file allocation table (fat)


ALL ABOUT WINDOWS 8.1 There are three types of edition of windows 8.1.   They are made for different users of public.   Many use it for research work; many use it for business work.   I am going to write few things about different version of windows 8.1 or i say i will give introduction of editions of windows 8.1.   So let’s start We should select a device with the best mix of feature which can suit the users need according to the definition.   Also it is important to select the suitable version of windows 8.1 operating system.   Most of the vendors provide preinstalled operating systems with the device.   For example Microsoft surface pro comes preinstalled with a 64bit edition of windows 8.1 pro. Windows 8.1 –this edition of windows 8.1 contains only the key operating system features and runs application such as Microsoft office suit.   This is appropriate for home office environment and small business environment which requires a few simple features.   Also rememb