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Hardware Articles

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When to Rent a Laptop Computer

Most companies either lease or buy their computer equipment, but why or when should a company rent laptop and notebook computers?

Wireless Hot Spot Security

Physical Security 1 Cable Locks – The majority of laptops are equipped with a Universal Security Slot (USS). This is like a bike lock for a laptop. One end connects to the computer and the other end will be secured to an unmovable / indestructible object. Cable locks will not stop a thief with bolt cutters but will prevent a grab and run type theft. 2. Use a Docking Station – Docking stations will lock down your laptop when in the office where the majority ...

Cisco CCNA / CCNP Home Lab Setup Tutorial: How To Buy & Build A Frame Relay Switch

One of the major topics on your CCNA and CCNP exams is Frame Relay. Additionally, Frame Relay is one of the most popular WAN technolgies in today's networks. Getting hands-on experience with Frame Relay in Cisco networks isn't just a good idea, it's a necessity. Let's face it, your employer is going to get a little touchy if you start experimenting with your network's Frame Relay setup.

Where to Buy Printer Ink

When it's time to buy printer ink, some people naturally head back to their neighborhood office supply store while others log onto their favorite online ink supply source. Before you make your next printer ink purchase, consider the costs of your decision.

Robotic Organic Gardening

Robotic Organic Gardening is the coolest new thing. You are now saying to yourself; Yah Right! How can it be pure organic gardening if you are using advanced technologies like robots? That just doesn’t seem right some how? It may not seem right, but it is now available. Imagine the problem of weeding an organic field, you cannot use pesticides or chemicals otherwise it would not be an organically grown crop.

How to Save Important Information in the Modern World?

Some time ago my hard disk drive had been crashed. I tried to restore at least something from it using special services. But specialists were implacable: hard disk drive is dead without any possibility to restore any information. It's a great pity. I have lost a lot of useful information.

Finding Cheap Computer Deals to Upgrade Your Computer

It seems that the time that it takes for computers to become obsolete is shortening more than ever. If you go out and purchase a top-of-the-line computer, it is very likely that in less than six months it will no longer be considered top-of-the-line. If you currently have a computer and you want it to be able to perform more functions, you don’t have to get rid of it and spend a lot of money on a new system. You can simply purchase components to upgrade your computer. If you seriously ...

Alternatives for Doing Your Own Printing in Color

When you have color printing needs, your first choice is probably a professional printer. Nowadays, the advancements in technology have made it possible for you to create print jobs in color that rival those of professional printers. Depending on the type of color printing you need, there are essentially two paths you can take to create your own color masterpieces.

Quantum Computing

Imagine a computer whose memory is exponentially larger than its apparent physical size; a computer that can manipulate an exponential set of inputs simultaneously; a computer that computes in the twilight zone of space. You would be thinking of a quantum computer. Relatively few and simple concepts from quantum mechanics are needed to make quantum computers a possibility. The subtlety has been in learning to manipulate these concepts. Is such a computer an inevitability or will it be too ...

How To Start A Computer Support Business

Starting a computer support business is something that with some experience and training almost anyone can do. As a person owning an independent computer support business as well as a website to help others that support home users I thought it would be nice to point out the steps needed to start a business helping home computer users as well as some of the skills needed to get started.

Where Are The Linux Workplaces?

When I was in college, lower level CS course assignments were done in DOS PC's networked through Novell Netware. Once a student got to take higher level courses, he/she was given an account into one of the department's SunOS Unix servers. Most students from basic courses suffered from "Unix envy", the Sun boxes were perceived as being much more powerful than the humble PC's. As a I entered the workplace, I brought my college perception that Unix workstations are more powerful ...

Cisco Routing For The CCNA And CCNP: Administrative Distance

The textbook definition of "administrative distance" is simple enough: "the measurement of a protocol's believability". It's not enough to know the definition, however you've got to know when AD comes into the picture and when it does not.

Symantec Firewall/VPN 200R Brief Observation

Symantec Firewall/VPN 200R - this appliance firewall is user friendly, easy to use but limited capability compared to Sonicwall and PIX firewall. The recommended maximum users in Symantec is 30 but you can still use more than that but the capability of the system degraded.

How to Buy a Laptop / Notebook Computer

You want to buy a laptop do you? And looking at the vast choice available you are confused.....not to worry....heres some advice.

Understanding the Components of a Home Network

Home networks are becoming more common. People want to be able to share a single broadband Internet connection to several computers in the house. There are many different devices that you can use to make up your home network. If you have never heard network terminology device names like router, hub, etc may seem confusing.

How to Buy a LCD Monitor

I had been salivating for about an year, desperately wanting a LCD monitor for my computer but the prices were crazy so I decided to wait a while. A couple of months ago while I was in Dubai I decided to buy a LCD monitor because the prices had dropped by then. I went in search of a 17’’ monitor but ended up buying a 19’’ screen. This was because, for the money I spent in Dubai for 19’’, I was getting 17’’ in India. And as we all know...size DOES matter....at least in ...

Hard Drive Cooling for 10 Cents

I have purchased almost every hard drive cooling device on the market, some costing as much as $50 or more. I have systems that place fans in front of the drive that suck air from the outside, and fans that mount underneath. The problem with these setups are that they tend to be expensive, the airflow tends to be quite low, and in general they just don't cool down the drives by more than 1 - 5 degrees. I even own one that claims an 80cfm airflow. But alas I was never satisfied with any ...

Buying Printer Ink

Most homes these days have at least one printer hooked up to their personal computer. And a personal computer gets a fair amount of use through the day as an average family of four find a variety of uses to fill their time at the computer, including entertainment, information, to help with school work, to find recipes, to shop, to browse the Internet, etc.

The Perils of Wireless Networking

In November 2003, Toronto police arrested a man in an upscale residential neighborhood. They noticed his car driving slowly the wrong way down a one-way street. Upon stopping the car, the police discovered the driver naked from the waist down. What was he doing?

Bar Security Cameras: The Bar is One of Businesses Most Vulnerable Areas of Theft

Shrinkage, the average loss due to theft, spillage and waste, nationally is approximately 23 percent on liquor and draft beer, about 10 percent on wine and 2 percent on bottled beer*. That’s a lot of money. It could mean your profits for the year! Eliminating shrinkage can mean the difference between financial success and bankruptcy.

Mechanical Engineering Design

Mechanical engineering design is a part of the overall domain of mechanical engineering. The advent of mechanical engineering and the intrusion of equipment have largely redefined human lifestyles. Mechanised equipment, from tractors and cultivators to a wide variety of industrial machinery, had effected an explosion in agricultural productivity during the early 20th century. In the process, this promoted a massive shift from rural to urban life, resulting in the development of newer ...

Wireless Networking Router Vs Access Point

While planning for your wireless network you might be asking what is the difference between a router and an access point. You need to think of a router as more of a server because it performs many functions like a server. An access point only provides a portal for wireless client to connect to your existing LAN.

Reasoning Without Data

Some believe that there is no point in reasoning without data. Others cannot accept this and instead get by on reasoning based on intuition and even simply the belief that they should instinctively know. Many of the greatest theories in the world have come thru very little data or none at all. So many of these theories of past periods are later proven with data in subsequent future periods, thus proving you can reason without data.

Trouble-shooting mouse problems

Question : I have a problem with my mouse. This usually happens when I leave the PC idle for more than five minutes. The mouse goes berserk whenever I try clicking it. It would point to another icon and then run the related program. Although I press the "Escape" key, I still could not control it. I have to wait for about five minutes for it to settle down. The problem would recur whenever I leave it for a while.

How to choose: Laser Printers, Inkjet Printers, Dot Matrix Printers

Man is always in constant search for knowledge which he makes use to create innovations that will make his life better. Among the varied inventions of man is a computer printer. The first computer printer can be traced back in the year 1953 which was developed by Remington-Rand as a match for Univac computer. Laser printers were evolved from the dry printing process or Xerox invented by Chester Carlson in 1938. 1971 witnessed the birth of the first laser printer which was then ...

Network Wiring Standards

There are two wiring standards for network cabling. T568A and T568B are the two standards for the RJ-45 or 8-position modular connector, permitted under the TIA/EIA-568-A wiring standards document. The only difference between T568A and T568B (also known as Weco, AT&T 258A) is that the orange and green wire pairs (pairs two and three) are interchanged. How to decide which wiring pattern to use:

What Are Network Patch Panels

Patch panels are used as the central point in a network where all the network cables terminate. It is the grand central station of the network. Networks that use patch panels (and almost all modern networks use this technology) are consider “star-networks” or they use the term “star-topology.” This is because if you look at a drawing of your network, all the network nodes (nodes are end-points on the network and include things like computers and printer) all connect back to the ...

Thieves Want Your Laptop and Your Data

Thieves find laptops easy prey because they are small, light and easy to handle. Anyone who takes their eye off a laptop in public, even briefly, may never see it again.

5 Reasons Why You Need a Wireless Network

As far as I'm concerned, wireless networks are one of the best inventions in history -- they really are the best thing since sliced bread. I mean, really, bread is easy enough to cut yourself, but have you ever tried to wire up a network? So, in the spirit of spreading the word, I'm going to give you five reasons why you need a wireless network. Share Internet Access. Wireless networking gives you a cheap and easy way to share one Internet connection ...

More DVD Burning Tips

Are you looking for tips to make DVD burning a stress-free experience? Below are a few practical and sensible tips that will help you circumvent common DVD burning and playback problems.

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