NTFS VS FAT32

NTFS VS FAT32

When you are formatting an internal or external drive, USB drive or SD card on a windows computer, you have to choose either: NTFS or FAT32. Don’t choose randomly and hope for the best, let us explain some differences between the two options.

 

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Understanding ISO OSI

Understanding ISO OSI

Nearly everyone uses online networking as part of their daily routine, most typically through WIFI or Ethernet connections.

We know that these connection methods are reliable; to achieve a hierarchy structure was needed to deal with different levels of data, so a model was invented that was later designed in the form of TCP-IP protocols stack. The original ISO was called an OSI (Open Systems Interconnection).

 

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VOIP (Voice over IP)

VOIP (Voice over IP)

What is the VOIP ?

VOIP is an acronym for Voice Over Internet Protocol or in other words it’s a phone services over Internet. If you have good internet connection you can use a phone service through your internet connection instead of your local phone company.

 

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