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  • USB Memory - Tips on Booting Your USB Device  By : Sandra Stammberger
    The arrival of this miniature hard disk was a great timing just as computing is in need for memory drives that can solve the problem of the aging floppy disk.
  • Why You Should Get A Webcam  By : Gregg Hall
    Web cameras are everywhere now. If you have been on line at all in the past few years, then you have encountered a web camera in some form or another. They range from the mini to video camera size. Web cameras do have value, and are something that you should consider purchasing and setting up.
  • Toner Cartridges: Should You Use Remanufactured or Compatibles?  By : Andrew James
    In 1938, the first invention that would lead to the laser printer and toner cartridge was patented. The process, knows as "electro photography", used a dry printing method, not that different than today's laser printer. It was 1948, however, before the commercial application of electro photography because available.
  • With Hard Drives Size Does Matter  By : Gregg Hall
    The hard drive disk of a computer is the primary storage device of the computer. It is a non-removable device that retains all the information when the computer is turned off. A fast hard drive supplies the computer with data as fast as it needs.
  • Shop Smart And Save With Computer Parts Stores  By : Tom Sample
    While some people prefer to throw the baby out with the bathwater if their computer breaks, the smart consumer first tries to fix the problem.
  • The Growing Need for Computer Financing  By : Kevin Darvisten
    As Computer Usage increases, the Need for Ownership Grows
  • Will Your DVD Movies Last?  By : John Hinkle
    A brief look at what to expect for the future of movie DVDs and what to look out for.
  • How to prepare surfaces for Asset Tags and Asset Label Tags on Computers & IT equipment  By : Stuart Stephens
    A quick guide to surface preparation and application of asset label tags and asset labels so that they have an optimum bond and won't let you down.
  • Keyboard Shortcuts  By : ameen kamadia
    Shortcuts and computer user can use to save time and energy.
  • What type of asset labels do I need to buy for my school, office, company or college?  By : Stuart Stephens
    This article is designed to help people choose the correct asset labels for application in your School, Office, Company, College or University.
  • Mac Parts - A great inventory on Apple Parts  By : Firoj Khan
    June 27, 2006 Apple introduced the Macintosh family in 1984 and today makes consumer, professional, and educational computers.
  • Professional Software’s by Apple  By : Firoj Khan
    1st July 2006 , The graphical user interface (GUI) was actually developed by Xerox and introduced on its Star workstation in 1981. Apple borrowed heavily from the Star, and subsequently, others copied the Mac, moving the GUI down the line to Windows,
  • Mac OS X just keeps getting better!  By : Firoj Khan
    7th July 2006, The newest cat in the pack, 10.4 Tiger, has new bells and whistles and terrific updates that make it even easier and more fun to use.
  • The Universal compatibility and Power Mac  By : Firoj Khan
    The more recently announced Apple's Mac mini has been turning some heads, even in the PC world. If the iMac G5 is basically a 1U server attached to a monitor,
  • Utility of Macintosh in today’s corporate world  By : Firoj Khan
    When we sending Apple Macintosh files, the format is compatible with existing mechanisms for distributing Macintosh files, while allowing non-Macintosh systems access to data in standardizes formats.
  • Mac amazing Product : iPod Nano  By : Firoj Khan
    July ,15th 2006, Mac computers are gorgeous - no doubt. Launching System Preferences, I immediately found that configuring the system was a breeze.
  • The Mac as a Java Development and Execution Platform  By : Firoj Khan
    Mac and Linux have real shells (a pleasure to use), Windows is a bit behind there, but the DOS console has become good enough with XP that I didn't mind it too much.
  • Directory Architecture of Mac  By : Firoj Khan
    Mac OS X marks a significant first for Apple, an enterprise-capable operating system. Built from the ground up based on open standards with powerful Unix-like underpinnings, it's moving Apple further into the infrastructures of business and academic computing than ever before.
  • Magnetic Stripe Reader – A Popular POS Component  By : Brad Jones
    Millions of magnetic stripe readers, magnetic stripe check readers are installed worldwide are used in financial institutions, retail stores, telecommunication companies, kiosks, gaming, transit, schools, sports and recreation facilities and clubs for identification and transportation purposes.
  • Bar Code Scanners - Know the Features  By : Brad Jones
    The benefits of barcode scanners are many. It greatly helps you organize your inventory, monitor the movement of goods, and ensure the security of your premises. Bar Code technology is helping enterprises worldwide streamline their business and control costs at the same time.
  • Thermal Receipt Printer – Automate your Point of Sale Process  By : Brad Jones
    The thermal receipt printer is able to print receipts in multiple colors and its paper rolling procedure is very simple and easy to use. Thermal receipt printers are designed to give the best performance in hectic schedules. They are ‘plug and play’ devices compatible with a variety of software applications.
  • The Necessity of Barcode Printers in Modern Times  By : Brad Jones
    Desktop barcode printer has become a commonplace tool for entering product information at retail chains and shopping complexes. Industrial barcode printers are used in manufacturing facilities and large warehouses helping in inventory management and sales process automation.
  • Machintosh : The computer of new age  By : Firoj Khan
    For peripherals, the Apple Desktop Bus was introduced with the Macintosh II and Macintosh SE. It was the standard input connector for keyboards and mice until USB was introduced with the iMac.
  • MAC STORAGE DEVICES  By : Firoj Khan
    If you want to store files on a CD or DVD, a FireWire or USB hard drive, a USB flash drive, or other removable storage media (like a Zip disk), here's how to connect each device to your Mac and access it.
  • Xserve an impressive multitude of potential used Server  By : Firoj Khan
    Xserve is the name of Apple Computer's Macintosh 1U rackmount line of server computers.
  • PCI Power Macintosh  By : Firoj Khan
    The "Power Mac" brand name was used for Apple's high-end tower style computers, targeted primarily at businesses and creative professionals, in differentiation to their more compact "iMac" line (intended for home use) and the "eMac" line (for the education markets). They were usually equipped with Apple's newest technologies, and commanded the highest prices among Apple desktop models.
    A good place for start addressing PCI performance on power Macintosh CPUs is the PCI standard itself.
  • Imac the New Generation Desktop  By : Firoj Khan
    Imac is a Desktop Computer. It is build by apple computer. It is based on the features of "all-in-one" design ethos.
  • Apple's Powerful Mac Parts  By : Firoj Khan
    Mac parts are the parts of apple computer. Apple technology belief in Design, technology, Digital, Environment, that all are given in Mac Parts. Mac parts have always been the designer's choice so Mac has done all to keep it as industry standard. Mac designs many parts such as Logic Boards, Analog Boards, Power Supplies, Hard Drives, Floppy Drives, CD/DVD-ROM Drives, Ethernet Cards, Clock Batteries, Modems and many others.
  • Apple’s New Mac Book Pro with Core 2 Duo 2.33 GHz  By : Firoj Khan
    Apple says that its latest Mac Book Pro laptops, equipped with Intel Core 2 Duo processors in place of the Core Duo chips that powered the first generation of the family, its deliver performance that is up to 39 percent faster. Based on past experience with the company’s benchmark boasts.
  • Apple's SCSI Cards  By : Firoj Khan
    Apple manufactures many parts of computer and electronics. There are many computer parts available in market manufactured by apple. SCSI cards are one of the parts, manufactured by Apple. There are both external and internal SCSI cards available in market, manufactured by Apple.

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