Introduction to Internet of things

What is internet of Things? Internet of Things is becoming increasingly growing concept that has a potential impact on every one’s life. As name indicates its network of all objects connected and communicated via internet. Internet of things is a computing concept built with the network of physical objects connected to the internet to communicate with other things in their internal or external environment. IOT is an ecosystem of technologies that monitors the physical device, capture meaningful data and even communicate the data with other devices via IP networks to software applications. All the devices in network will have unique

What’s New in Yosemite

Yosemite is an unleashed new version that has been added to the Mac OS X line of computers developed by Apple and was officially released on October 16, 2014. It is the 11th release of Mac OS X and includes revamped flatter look and numerous fresh features such as iCloud drive, streamlined toolbars, and notification center with widgets, emphasizes translucency, and continuity etc. Some of the best features that attracted many Mac users are as listed below: Let’s have a look on what’s new in Yosemite: Search Smarter: Everyone knows about Spotlight as it is not new but in Yosemite

NTFS VS FAT32 What is Right for You

FAT is shortened for File Allocation Table and FAT 32 is an extension which means data will be stored in chunks of 32 bits. NTFS is shortened for New Technology File system and is a superior version over FAT as the chief file system utilized in Windows OS based system. Prior to the introduction of NTFS file system all the hard drives were partitioned with FAT 32 file system and there was no issue for making images at any time. When compared to NTFS, FAT 32 file system is older, but is simple and more readable from wide number of

Difference between Offline Backup and Online Backup

Backup can be defined as an extra copy of the data kept in some safer location, which can be used as a substitution when you lose your original data. A backup can be broadly classified into two types: Offline backup Online backup Offline Backup: When talking about offline backup, it is the first and the traditional way of taking backup into a physical piece of hardware such as external hard disk, pen drive, memory card and many more. This backup process can be accomplished very easily and quickly. But, the data within these devices can be unsafe due to many

Best way to Convert Dynamic Disk to Basic Disk

Dynamic disks are the hard drive configurations that provide advanced functionalities like disk mirroring, parity and striping etc. One can easily apply dynamic disk configurations on any hard drive type like IDE and SATA hard drives. Actually these dynamic disks are very flexible to use. On these dynamic disks one can create various types of volumes like Spanned Volumes, Mirrored Volumes, Stripped Volumes, RAID 5 volumes and many more. In spite of these advantages, dynamic disks do have some limitations. Windows allows you to install operating system only on basic disk i.e. a primary disk. Moreover, most of the dynamic

iPad Lessons for Beginners

Are you thinking to buy an iPad and want to know more about it? Or do you already have an iPad and want to put it for better use? If so, then this informative article will provide you the complete information on how to use iPad? How it operates, which apps are very useful and many more. But before understanding all the above stated things, first let us know, what is iPad? iPad is a touch screen tablet computer developed by Apple Corporation. It is bit smaller than your typical laptop but larger than the standard Smartphone. IPad uses mobile

What’s new in iOS 7.1?

iOS 7.1, the latest and the major update released by Apple for its iOS oriented devices like iPhones, iPads etc.  This version of iOS is available for iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPad Air, iPad mini, iPad 4, iPad 3, iPad 2, iPad mini, iPod touch 5G. It is included with bug fixes, numerous interface refinements, improvements, and other new features. It even provides some improvements for Touch ID fingerprint recognition and bug fixes. Apple CarPlay feature for iPhone provides a better way for driving. Read below to know some of the newly added features

Best Ways to Backup Data

Nowadays computer consumers use various electronic gadgets to access and store their valuable data, such as systems, laptops, Smartphone, etc or create BKF (Backup File) on their system. You may store data on these gadgets such as family photos, documents, videos, pictures or anything else. However, all these data is very important for you but losing these data due to any reason will hurt you lot. Hence, it is best to backup your essential data to other storage device. List of ways to backup data Manually backing up data: You can backup your essential data from your system hard disk

Difference Between Kindle Fire and iPad

Kindle Fire is a mini tablet device introduced by Amazon in market on Sept 2011. It has a color 7-inch multi touch display with IPS technology and runs a normal version of Google’s Android OS called Fire OS. With this device, you can get access to the Amazon Appstore, TV shows, streaming movies and Kindle’s e-books. In fact, Kindle Fire devices comprise of 1-GHz Texas Instruments OMAP 4430 dual core processor. In addition, device has a multi-touch color screen with a diagonal length of 7 inches and 160 dpi densities. In addition, it is provided with 8 GB of internal

What’s New in Windows 8.1

Windows 8.1 is an updated version of Windows 8 operating system and this version is released keeping goal of offering customers the best modern business systems for today’s modern business. This version introduces new manageability, security, network capabilities, mobility, and user interface, etc. Below mentioned some of the new features and enhanced features provided in Windows 8.1 OS. Lets know all of them in brief.. BYOD Enhancements Work Folders: This enhancement allows users to synchronize data to their devices from their user folder located in the server. Files created in your system will synchronize back to file server also. However,