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Understanding Big Data

Big data is a term that is typically used to refer to huge volumes of structured, semi-structured and unstructured data that can possibly be mined for information and applied...

What is User Agent in Web Browser?

In the context of web browser, user agent is a string (a line of text) used by a web browser to tell a web server it connects to, regarding the information...

SDHC vs SDXC. What Makes Them Different?

One question that probably floating on your mind regarding memory card: What is the difference between SDHC and SDXC?. This is actually a very basic thing you need to know if...

What is a NAS and How Does it Work?

A NAS is the best option if you want to have a more personal cloud storage. Said so because you can access your files from anywhere on this planet (as long...

SSD vs HDD. 5 Key Differences

HDD has long been a major storage medium of computer system. IBM was the firm that brought HDD to the world in 1956. SSD, on the other hand, is basically not a...

5 Key Differences Between PNG and JPG

PNG and JPG are two of the most popular image file formats. The two also have similarities in some ways. Like, both are intended for the end use. Other sameness, PNG...

RAR vs ZIP. What’s The Difference?

RAR  and ZIP are two most popular archive file formats. But, do you know what is the difference between them? Those who want to send multiple files over the internet will usually...

Software Repository (What It Is and How It Works)

If you are a Linux user, then you must already familiar with the term "software repository". But, did you really know what it actually is? A software repository, or also shorted as...

What Is an ISO File and How It Is Used?

On some occasions you have probably used an ISO file. For instance, your are a Linux user who frequently create a live USB of the latest release of some distros. In...

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