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  • Simple Wireless Security Configuration  By : Branden DiLorenzo
    Do you have a new wireless router but have no idea how to configure it? I will show you how to protect your computer network and what it takes to have hacker resistant wireless.
  • Finding the Right Surge Protector for your Computers and Gadgets  By : Brian Jenkins
    The main function of a surge protector is exactly what the name suggests: to protect electronic equipment (particularly computers) from electrical surges.
  • 5 Easy Tips To Keep Your Computer Running Smooth And Safe  By : Branden DiLorenzo
    There are various ways to streamline computer performance and functionality. I will show you five very helpful methods that I have learned in the field to help keep your computer running great. Some are free but there are some which will require a small investment which is well worth the cost. This article is for Windows 2000/XP users only.
  • How to build computers in three easy ways  By : mandeep kaur
    Just a decade ago, the only people who put computers together were those individuals who possessed an extensive technical background. Advancements in technology have eliminated some of the complexities in how computers work. This change has resulted in average people who have a basic understanding of computers being able to build a system themselves. Whether you are interested in building computers to establish a new hobby or to start a business, you can do so in only a few easy steps.
  • Know more about computer mice!  By : G.Entp11
    Optical: This type uses a laser for detecting the mouse's movement. You don't need a
    mouse pad but you can use one made for optical mice. Optical mice do not have any
    mechanical moving parts. This type responds more quickly and precisely than the mechanical and optomechanical mice and now that they have been around awhile the price is pretty comparable.

    Serial mouse: these ones connect directly to an RS-232C serial port or a PS/2port. This is the simplest type of connection.

    PS/2 mouse: c
  • Points to note while buying a new computer.  By : mohitverma 1980
    For most people, buying a new computer does not have to be as stressful as buying a new car. Nor does it have to be as expensive. If you are like most people, and you have a limited budget for buying a computer, then you need to try to get as much computer for your money as possible.

    Here are 3 simple ways anyone can save money when buying a new computer:
  • How Mobile RFID Systems Improves Operations And ROI  By : Systemid.com
    Many current supply chain RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) operations involve tracking pallets, containers and cases. Much of these activities are driven by compliance with customer initiative. It is difficult to manufacturers and their distribution wings to get a positive financial return on their RFID investments.
  • DVD Replication - The Next Level  By : Mark Thomas
    DVD (or Digital Versatile Disc) is currently the highest capacity optical media format readily available. Technological innovations in the field of DVD replication have completely changed the way high quality video, audio and computer software etc are being distributed today. This article discusses some of those innovations.
  • PowerCom electronic voting systems now support PowerPoint Dual Monitor Display with presenter view  By : Sarfaraz
    The Audience Response System! You must be wondering what it is? You might have used once or many times unaware of the fact that you are using the most versatile technology.
  • Advice about the best sourced advice relating to computer prices.  By : K Singh
    When you're seeking the best information relating to computer prices, it'll be complex separating superior information from foolish computer prices proposals and directions so it's best to know how to qualify the information you are given.
  • The ABCs Of Computer Memory  By : Meena
    Computer memory is called Random Access Memory (RAM). The information stored in RAM can be accessed randomly, rather than sequentially. This means that data can be found in any location at the same rate of speed. Other storage media, such as CD-Rom and hard drives, must wait while the drive spins to the correct location before the data can be accessed.

    Computer memory is called Random Access Memory (RAM). The information stored in RAM can be accessed randomly, rather than sequentially. This
  • Should You Upgrade Your Hardware PC?  By : Meena
    What if you found that your computer is out of date? You probably want to upgrade your computer since you have no choice to do so. Your works depend on your hardware computer upgrade. Thatís how you going to have a good result.

    But before you make any further step, try to learn about your computer. Search all options and ask for advice. Only after this you can go and buy a new component. Itís also useful to check if you really need an upgrade.
  • Barcode Readers  By : Kristen Jacobson
    Barcode scanners are used in a variety of environments, including retail, industrial, and health care. Though within this range a bar code scanner fulfills a variety seemingly unrelated tasks, from scanning groceries, confirming package delivery, to scanning patient wristbands, the final result of all of these bar code scans is, in essence, the same. What the barcode readers are doing is reading and collecting information held within the barcode itself. With so many applications for barcode sc

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