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What Is SATA 6GB/s

Hence, the third generation of SATA released in 2009 ended up being the SATA 6Gb/s because it transferred data at a speed of 6 gigabits per second. This naming process makes everything clear. SATA 6Gb/s drives are backward compatible...
Author: Collins Okoth
Friday, November 29, 2019



How Do I Destroy a Hard Drive?

The only safe way to completely destroy your hard drive is by taking it to a reputable company that will shred or incinerate it beyond all recognition and provide you with documented evidence of its demise. Don’t forget to back up any information...
Author: Trey Williams
Friday, November 29, 2019



How To Wipe a Computer Hard Drive

To save yourself from the frustrations of losing essential data, it is advisable to back up the information you want to keep. The internet offers a variety of programs for wiping computer hard drives. If you are not an expert...
Author: Njuguna Eunice
Friday, November 29, 2019



My Computer Won't Connect To the Internet but Others Will

If it’s just one device that won’t connect to the internet, then it’s more likely an issue with that device, than a problem with your internet connection or router. Make sure you’ve checked these things... 1. Move closer to the router and...
Author: Trey Williams
Tuesday, October 1, 2019



What is CAS Latency

Data is stored in rows and columns within RAM. The CPU accesses the information in each cell by sending electrical signals - or commands - via the Memory Controller. To get to the right information, the Memory Controller must select the correct row,
Author: Trey Williams
Wednesday, October 16, 2019



What Is Processor Virtualization Technology?

In computing, lots of things can be made virtual and there are various types of virtualization: network, desktop and application virtualization. There are some challenges involved in virtualization modern processors (i.e. those built on x86 architect
Author: Trey Williams
Monday, October 7, 2019



Who Invented the Computer?

The question of who invented the computer is a subjective one. The earliest recorded usage of the word was in 1613. A computer was simply a person who completed calculations, such as a clerk or an accountant. This term was still in regular use...
Author: Trey Williams
Saturday, November 30, 2019



What Happens When a Site I Use Gets Hacked?

When the security of the website you use gets breached, it means that a malicious intruder has gained access to sensitive data. This leaves your information vulnerable to theft or misuse.
Author: Ian Musyoka
Wednesday, January 29, 2020



My Computer Can't Find the Hard Drive

The first two places you can check for a hard drive is in the Disk Management, and File Explorer tools. It is likely the hard drive may not appear in both or a single location. But for both cases, straightforward solutions are available. First, tr...
Author: Njuguna Eunice
Tuesday, December 17, 2019



What Is the Difference Between POP3 and IMAP?

POP3 and IMAP are the two most popular email protocols. They both allow users to receive and send emails, however, they are not new technologies. POP came into existence in the year 1984 and IMAP only two later in the year 1986.
Author: Cate Greff
Sunday, January 12, 2020