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  • Celeron Or Pentium Ii - 1,665 words
    Celeron Or Pentium Ii? Celeron or Pentium II? Author: Pallav Gupta Instructor: Lisa Anne Culp Fall 1998 The computer industry is flourishing because of the advent of new, powerful processors. Recently, Intel Corp. released its Pentium II-450 MHz chip: the fastest processor on the planet. But because the chip is overpriced, Intel is also marketing the downgraded version of a PII, the inexpensive Celeron-333 which has a 128K cache compared to the PII's 512K cache. To potential computer buyers, this situation presents a dilemma because they must decide whether to opt for price (i.e. buy the Celeron) or speed (i.e. buy the PII-450). In an attempt to answer this question, Lincoln Spector of PC Wo ...
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  • Celeron Or Pentium Ii - 1,700 words
    ... irst-time experiences. He addresses the opposing viewpoints. Although Spector favors the Celeron, he provides the pros and cons of buying either chip. He warns the reader like everything before the PII-350, the Celeron still chugs along a 66-MHz system bus (58). In addition, the reader won't be able to add [upgrade] future Pentium chips [on a Celeron system]. If [he or she doesn't] like this limitation, buy a PII-350 or better ... (59). If the reader is planning on buying a PII chip, Spector cautions him or her by saying, confirm with the vendor [the PII] has no potential BIOS problems (59). Spector's reputation increases immensely when he explains that problems were encountered during t ...
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  • Computer Architecture - 1,739 words
    Computer Architecture Computer Architecture 1. There have been a lot of developments in microprocessors since the 286 chip. The 286 CPU are no longer sold and are very rarely found in commercial use today because of its running speed, which is between 10MHz to 20MHz. This processor has a 24-bit address bus, and is able to address up to 16 million different address locations. It also has two operating modes, which are real mode and protected mode. The real mode is basically for normal DOS operations and it uses only 8086 code (8086 was the previous CPU). When it was in protected mode the CPU is able to access beyond the 1mb address limit and employed its added features, which were intended fo ...
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  • Computer Upgrade - 1,114 words
    ... 5). Another common component of the personal computer is a modem. A modem works as a connection between digital and analog signals. The modem itself is an analog device. It uses analog telephone lines which were invented before any digital device. Modern 56K modems combine both analog, and digital transfer, making it perform better than analog only devices. Newer technology in data transfer are DSL - digital subscriber line, satellite, and cable. All of those are generally faster, but a more expensive way to connect to the Internet (White 171). A sound card is one the devices that has been overlooked in early systems, besides a simple speaker the early PCs were mute. Due to the of incre ...
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  • Death Of Salesman - 2,531 words
    ... ne, and Id like you to try my brand. Bring her a champagne, Stanley" (Act 2, Scene 7). Most of the action takes place inside of Willys disturbed mind, as he relives crucial scenes from the past even while groping through present-day encounters. The rest of the action takes place in the kitchen and two bedrooms of Willys modest Brooklyn home. It was once in a suburban area but is now crowded in by high apartment buildings, "The way they boxed us in here. Bricks and windows, windows and bricks" (Act 1, Scene 1). The kitchen has a table in it with three chairs and a refrigerator. No other fixtures are in the kitchen. There is a living room in the house, which is not fully furnished. The boy ...
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  • Desperate Battle Defines Congos Warlike Peace - 1,968 words
    Desperate Battle Defines Congo's Warlike Peace Desperate Battle Defines Congo's Warlike Peace At the southern extreme of a ragged front line that winds 1,400 miles across Congo lies a ferry, dirty pink and half-submerged in the muddy Luvua River. Facing it on a gravel ramp stand the burned-out husks of 33 military vehicles -- armored personnel carriers, trucks, an ambulance -- waiting in a line that never moved forward. Unopened syringes lie underfoot, amid charred tires and a trampled note that a fleeing Congolese junior officer left behind: Attaque, reads the neat cursive French. But by the time Rwandan forces approached Pweto on Dec. 3, the Congolese government army was in no position to ...
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  • Due To The Competition Between Mac And Pc, Inventions Of Computers Has Been More Rapid Than At Any Other Period Of Time Micro - 767 words
    Due to the competition between Mac and PC, inventions of computers has been more rapid than at any other period of time. Microsofts Windows has monopolized the entire personal computer industry with their operating system and that goes same for the Mac OS 8.5. Since Mac couldnt attract customers to buy their computer systems through their optimum operating system they just put out another computer named iMac to help improve their sales performance in the computer industry. Let's state the obvious: the iMac looks incredibly cool, is mindlessly easy to set up, and at $1,299 doesn't cost an arm and leg. But what's not obvious about Apple's futuristic design is that it leaves the past behind, sa ...
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  • Great Gatsby - 744 words
    Great Gatsby Why did Daisy choose Tom in the end? In the novel "The Great Gatsby", Daisy Buchanan was faced with an enormous decision. She had to choose between Tom; her husband and Jay Gatsby; her lover. Gatsby seemed to be the ideal man of his time. Fabulously wealthy, handsome, charismatic and intriguing, he seemed to be able to offer everything a woman could want. All he wanted in return was Daisys complete unconditional love. Tom, on the other hand could offer Daisy money, security and freedom. Ultimately Daisy chose the latter. The roaring 20s was an era of total decadence. The first World War had ended and industry was booming. People were becoming millionaires overnight. There seemed ...
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  • Harlem Renaissance - 701 words
    Harlem Renaissance The Harlem Renaissance Period (1919-1940) included many outstanding features and writers which made for a wonderful cache of literary works by African American writers. There was an unprecidented variety and scope of publications by African Americans which brought about a new sense of purpose, confidence, and achievement unusual to many black artists due to thier troubled history. This led to thier irresistable impulse to create boldly expressive art of high quality. The 1920's saw the first significant amount of publishing of works by black artists since the turn of the century. Migration to the north seemed a necessity due to the more and more intolerable hiring conditio ...
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  • Hobbit - 215 words
    Hobbit The main conflict in this novel is ultimately the acquisition of the lost treasure of the dwarves hoarded by Smaug (the great dragon under the mountain). This treasure actually has great physical and sentimental value. The dwarves to which most of this horde belonged to loved gold and all fine physical things such as jewels and precious metals, but they also were very emotionally attached to this cache once kept by Thrain the great king under the mountain. It seems that as the author of the novel Tolkien is attempting to reveal that the dwarves are very fond of this treasure but also feel almost a since of need for this great legendary horde. As a whole the conflict is developed over ...
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  • Home Bases And Early Hominids - 1,357 words
    ... er flow. Water flow can produce a large amount of fossil bones and fossil collections built up. Geological processes such as activity of a stream or river can also aggravate stone artifacts. It was found that the sediments of Bed one at Olduvai were deposited by water. The question was now was most of these bones and artifact at theses sites placed there from water flow? Geological studies show that the Olduvai area was a lake basin with distinct zones for the lake, the lake margin, and the stream channel (Potts, 341). But the evidence for rapid moving water is not present. Bones as well as sediments can be deposited by water, each element responding differently to the energy of the flow ...
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  • Intel 1998 Financial Status - 1,136 words
    Intel 1998 Financial Status David Pawlowski Intel 1998 Financial Status Company Info: Intel Corp was founded in 1968, in the state of California. Intel is an independent company; it is not a subsidiary, nor does it have subsidiaries. Furthermore, it is well known for its microprocessors for PCs, chipsets, flash memory, embedded control chips, and network communications products. The purchasers of the products are original equipment manufacturers, PC users, and other manufacturers. Intel makes computer hardware including motherboards, microprocessors, and chips. It is responsible for approximately 90% of the computer microprocessors. In 1971 the 4004 was Intel's first microprocessor. This bre ...
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  • Jason Nikouyeh - 1,064 words
    ... illenium Copyright Act, were enacted to protect against indirect copyright infringement (7). There is virtually no way to enforce copyright laws on MP3s because it's so easy to indirectly violate them. When considering what the Internet is, a vast collection of information interconnected for the public, the need for safe harbors becomes apparent. However, it's these same safe harbors that provide ways to escape liability when an individual does violate copyright laws. Web pages are connected through hyperlinks and search engines so even though a web site might not contain MP3s, it can be linked to other web pages that do (9). This makes it difficult to zero in on the web site that is vio ...
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  • Kate Chopin Gives A Womans Voice To Realism - 1,076 words
    Kate Chopin Gives A Woman's Voice To Realism Kate Chopin succeeded in giving a woman's voice to realism. While doing this she sacrificed her career. This seems to be a higher order of feminism than repeating the story of a woman as victim...Kate Chopin gives her female protagonist the central role, normally reserved for the man, in a meditation on identity and culture, consciousness, and art. (Robinson 3) The role of woman in the society Chopin creates is of special interest and relevance. (Robinson 6) Introduction to Kate Chopin Before Kate Chopin came onto the writing scene, women had an insignificant role in society. Women never did anything that would cause some sort of controversy. All ...
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  • Lan Proposal - 1,076 words
    Lan Proposal Barrett & Barrett Advertising NJ is the newly established satellite office of Barrett & Barrett Advertising CA. Due to their increasing number of East Coast clientele, they have opened a satellite office to accommodate that business. B & B Advertising currently employs 56 people, 5 of which will transfer to the NJ office upon final renovations. Although a small outfit by number, gross sales for fiscal year 1998 exceeded $18,000,000.00. B & B CAs current computer usage is significantly high. Their need for efficient graphic capability requires them to maintain state of the art software and hardware. However B & B has stressed that user friendliness is a higher priority. B & B NJ ...
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  • Linux Networking Capabilities - 620 words
    Linux Networking Capabilities Linux is a Unix clone written from scratch by Linus Torvalds with assistance from a loosely-knit team of hackers across the Net. It aims towards POSIX compliance. It has all the features expected in a modern fully-fledged Unix, including true multitasking, virtual memory, shared libraries, demand loading, shared copy-on-write executables, proper memory management and TCP/IP networking. It runs mainly on 386/486/586-based PCs, using the hardware facilities of the 386-processor family to implement these features. Ports to other architectures are underway. Linux is freely available, and no one is required to register their copies with any central authority, so it i ...
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  • Microprocessors - 2,138 words
    Microprocessors About Microprocessors: Myths and Technology. By Dwight Moreland CIS 221/L Instructor, Mr. John Sharifi 6 June, 1999 Index About Microprocessors Page Myths about Sub-$1000.00 PCs 1 Industry Trends.5 Shift to On-Chip Cache Pays Off..6 How Far Can Intel Go?.9 Intel Seeks Salvation on Internet..11 Socket Strategy Challenging for AMD 14 Review..17 Work Cited18 About Microprocessors Myths About the Sub-$1,000 PC The emergence of the sub-$1,000 PC market reflects an inexorable trend toward less-expensive systems that will surely doom Intel in the long run. You could easily be convinced of this argument by the recent stories on low-cost PCs. These stories, however, are based on myths ...
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  • Monitoring And Optimization - 733 words
    MONITORING AND OPTIMIZATION PERFORMANCE MONITOR AND NETWORK MONITOR PERFORMANCE MONITOR Windows NT Object Counters in Performance Monitor OBJECT PURPOSE Cache L2 cache performance Logical disk Mass storage performance, including network storage Memory Memory performance and usage Objects Process and tread counts Paging file Virtual memory usage Physical disk HD performance Process Performance of executing processes Processor Processor(s) performance System Windows NT performance Thread Individual thread performance You will also see objects for each network service installed. MONITORING FOR PROCESSOR BOTTLENECKS MAJOR PROCESSOR RELATED COUNTERS TO WATCH: Processor: %Processor Time - How busy ...
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  • Network Design And Implementation Solution - 3,002 words
    Network Design and Implementation Solution Table of Contents 1. Executive Summary 1.1. Purpose of the Project 3 1.2. Strategic Recommendation 3 1.3. Implementation Consideration 3 1.4. Benefits of the Solution 4 2. Designing Requirements 2.1. Existing Network 5 2.2. Network Requirements 5 3. Design Solution 3.1. Proposed Network Topology 6 3.2. Hardware and Media Recommendation for the LAN 6 3.3. Hardware and Media Recommendation for the WAN 7 3.4. Network Layer Addressing and Naming Model 8 3.5. Routing and Bridging Protocols Recommendation for the Network 9 3.6. Software Features Provisioned for the Network 9 3.7. Network Management Strategy 10 4. Summary 4.1. Benefits of Working with Cisc ...
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  • Ois 750 - 449 words
    OIS 750 1. The archives are the inactive records of the company. The archives are things, documents, sound, video, etc, which are important to the company. A business should consider archives for historical and legal issues. They are important to the company because it's the root of where the company came from. 2. Lamination - putting a document between two pieces of plastic and applying heat and pressure to them to seal shut. Encapsulation - Like lamination except instead of using heat and pressure to put the pieces together, an adhesive is used. Leaf Casting - The process of reinforcing the fibers in a document. 3. Legal, historical, administrative. Store what you need for a couple of reas ...
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