How many total partitions can a standard computer disk [IDE/SATA] support? How many does the SCSI support? 4 primary partitions, Due to limitations imposed by DOS back in the '80s, ATA (the proper name for ide) and SATA drives can only hold 4 partitions, SCSI can support up to 128 physical disks. 10. What directories are often stored on their own partitions?
| Microsoft created the Windows operating system, but allows other computer manufactures to distribute their computers with Windows pre-installed. | Usage: | Linux can be installed on a wide variety of computer hardware, ranging from mobile phones, tablet computers and video game consoles, to mainframes and supercomputers. | On PC's servers and some phones. | Architectures: | Originally developed for Intel's x86 hardware, ports available for over two dozen CPU types including ARM | x86, and AMD 64 | GUI: | Linux typically provides two GUIs, KDE and Gnome. But Linux GUI is optional.
(Apple Inc. 2013) 1. While most PCs can only run Windows Applications, Mac computers can run various Apple and Windows applications. 2. Because of the dual application possibility of Macs more college students are choosing Macs. B. PC’s can run only on Windows applications.
Windows Server 2008 was launched in 6 different editions to provide flexibility and choice for various types of corporate businesses and organizations based on size and system requirements. The most significant differences are the number of processors, amount of physical memory and features supported. Foundation provides 8GB maximum physical memory, Standard and Web provide 32GB, and HPC 128GB, Enterprise, Datacenter and Itanium provide 2TB of memory. (Mic) Windows Server 2008 offers reduced power consumption, powerful hardware and scaling features, and an expanded desktop. It provides for more efficient server management by giving IT Administrators more options for managing networking infrastructure through ease of use, reliability and security through its Internet Protocol security improvements and
5. What are the minimum system requirements for Fedora 15 with the GUI installed? The minimum system requirements for Fedora 15 with GUI is: Intel Pentium Pro processor with 400 megahertz. RAM 384-512 mebibytes. Hard disk space can be as little as 90 mebibytes.
Linux has a dedicated following and appeals to several different kinds of people: * People who already know UNIX and want to run it on PC-type hardware * People who want to experiment with operating system principles * People who need or want a great deal of control over their operating system * People who have personal problems with Microsoft * In general, Linux is harder to manage than something like Windows, but offers more flexibility and configuration options. Reference: http://computer.howstuffworks.com/question246.htm IP Networking Course: NT2640 Topic XII: Routing Protocols 1) Level 1: Definition Question: Explain the difference between routed and routing protocols with some examples. A routed protocol is a protocol by which data can be routed. A routed protocol is a Network Layer protocol that is used to move traffic between networks. Routing protocol is different and is only used between
Everyone c. Authenticated User 8: Under which of the following conditions are Windows 7 local user accounts required to use complex passwords? a. When the computer is joined to a domain 9: Which of the following Windows 7 built-in local groups does not provide members with any additional privileges? a. Backup Operators 10: Which of the following is the default UAC setting for a computer that is not joined to an AD DS domain?
It comes in second of the three for memory storage though. Like Firefox and Opera it has add-ons for the search engine of your choice such as Google, Yahoo, and Ask.com. With these add-ons you are able to surf the net more quickly and thoroughly within your open browser window. Microsoft is still making improvements to Internet Explorer for future use. Mozilla Firefox was created by Netscape Technology with many features related to that of internet explorer.
Currently the Pentium chip or processor, made by Intel, is the most common CPU though there are many other companies that produce processors for personal computers. Examples are the CPU made by Motorola and AMD. With faster processors the clock speed becomes more important. It depends on the circuit board that the chip is housed in, or the motherboard, as to whether you are able to upgrade to a faster chip. The motherboard contains the circuitry and connections that allow the various components to communicate with each other.