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ARITHMETIC CALCULATION IN COMPUTERS

ARITHMETIC OPERATION AND CONVERSION DONE BY COMPUTER
As we have seen in previous post that arithmetic computation is an important thing in calculation, if a person doesn’t know arithmetic computations,he will be doomed to be in trouble during calculations that happensin everyday life.So it is necessary to learn arithmetic computation.So in this post I am going to take one step further.I am going to write about octal and hexadecimal numbers.
Now let us discuss some arithmetic conversion.Let us see what is octal and hexadecimal numbers used by digital computer.
The conversion from and to binary, octal and hexadecimal plays an important part in digital computers.Since 23 = 8 and 24 = 16 each octal digit corresponds to three binary digits and each four binary digit corresponds to one hexadecimal digit.
The conversion of from binary to octal is easily accomplished by partitioning the binary into group of three digit each, starting from binary point and preceding to the left or to the right…

WINDOWS TO GO

What is windows to go?
Windows to go is an important deployment option in windows 8.1 and above.Windows to go assist to deploy the windows 8.1 enterprise to a specialy prepared usb storage device and then use this usb storage to start any compatible computer.

when a windows to go device is started on a new computer, the boot process detects the computer hardware and installs appropriate drivers.
when the same windows to go to start a same computer, then windows to go starts normally automatically by loading the appropriate drivers.It stores the hardware configurations of multiple computers.
Windows to go restriction
Windows to go functions in a way that is very similar to a traditional windows 8.1 desktop deployments, but with the following restrictions: ·In the windows to go default setting sleep and hibernation is disabled.The functionality can be enabled by configuring group policy but it can lead to data corruption. ·As a security measure, fixed internal discs on the hosts computer are o…