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Types of Computer Memory

As we have a memory to remember things, a computer also uses memory to process and store data and instructions. Unlike humans, computer memory is very stable and precise.

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11 Tips to Pass the ITIL Foundation exam

There is no requirement for you to complete a training course before you sit for the Foundations exam. Moreover, the ITIL Foundation level qualification is open to and can benefit anyone who has an interest in the subject.

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Excel Pivot Tables

The beauty of Pivot tables in Excel is, you can always change the report layout quickly by dragging different fields to placeholders to create different combinations.

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Should you pull out your USB or eject?

By design, our operating systems are programmed to treat external devices (like USB) as it will be accessible indefinitely. It may not harm if you pull out the USB if it is only reading data.

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The Seven Social Sins :

Wealth without work.
Pleasure without conscience.
Knowledge without character.
Commerce without morality.
Science without humanity.
Worship without sacrifice.
Politics without principle.

— Frederick Lewis Donaldson Tweet

Types of Computer Memory

As we have a memory to remember things, a computer also uses memory to process and store data and instructions. Unlike humans, computer memory is very stable and precise.

Generations of Computers

Computers have evolved into a position to communicate and interact with humans and even reliable to substitute many humans depended-work across many fields.

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