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10 Types Of Computers | HowStuffWorks

The personal computer (PC) defines a computer designed for general use by a single person. While an iMac is definitely a PC, most people relate the acronym to computers that run on the Windows operating system instead. PCs were first known as microcomputers because they were complete computers but built on a smaller scale than the huge systems in use by most businesses.

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10 Types of Computers | HowStuffWorks

Posted: (2 days ago) The personal computer (PC) defines a computer designed for general use by a single person. While an iMac is definitely a PC, most people relate the acronym to computers that run on the Windows operating system instead. PCs were first known as microcomputers because they were complete computers but built on a smaller scale than the huge systems in use by most businesses.

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The Basic Idea - How Webcams Work | HowStuffWorks

Posted: (1 days ago) Once it captures a frame, the software broadcasts the image over your Internet connection. There are several broadcast methods. Using the most common method, the software turns that image into a JPEG file and uploads it to a Web server using File Transfer Protocol (FTP). You can easily place a JPEG image on any Web page (for information on creating Web pages and adding JPEG images, see How Web ...

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How Modems Work | HowStuffWorks

Posted: (2 days ago) If you are reading this article on your computer at home, it probably arrived via modem.. In this edition of HowStuffWorks, we'll show you how a modem brings you Web pages.We'll start with the original 300-baud modems and progress all the way through to the ADSL configurations!. Advertisement

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Making a Library - The Basics of C Programming | HowStuffWorks

Posted: (1 days ago) Note that the file includes its own header file (util.h) and that it uses quotes instead of the symbols < and>, which are used only for system libraries.As you can see, this looks like normal C code. Note that the variable rand_seed, because it is not in the header file, cannot be seen or modified by a program using this library.This is called information hiding.

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How Solid-state Drives Work | HowStuffWorks

Posted: (3 days ago) On the outside, solid-state drives look just like HDDs. They're rectangular in shape, covered in a brushed-metal shell and sized to match industry-standard form factors for hard drives -- typically 2.5 and 3.5 inches (6.4 and 8.9 centimeters).

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Bluetooth Mice - How Computer Mice Work | HowStuffWorks

Posted: (3 days ago) Bluetooth operates in the 2.4 GHz range using RF technology. It avoids interference among multiple Bluetooth peripherals through a technique called spread-spectrum frequency hopping.WiFi devices such as 802.11b/g wireless networks also operate in the 2.4 GHz range, as do some cordless telephonescordless telephones and microwave ovens. Version 1.2 of Bluetooth provides adaptive frequency ...

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