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Monday, July 6, 2009
The answer to this question depends on if you have a desktop or a laptop computer.
f you have a desktop, you need at least one available PCI slot. This expansion slot is located on the back of your computer and and is usually covered by a metal plate that you must remove before installing a PCI card. You can install a USB 2.0 PCI card into this slot, which will give your computer USB 2.0 connectivity. Most USB 2.0 cards have several USB ports on them, so you can connect multiple USB devices to the card.
If you have a laptop, your computer will need to have a PCMCIA slot. (It is also called a PC card slot, which is much easier to say.) The slot is typically located on the side of the computer and is a little over five centimeters wide. It should be covered by a protective flap that will push in when you press on it. You can install a USB 2.0 PC card into this slot, which will give your computer one or more USB 2.0 connections.
As long as your operating system supports USB 2.0, you can install a USB 2.0 card whether or not your computer already has USB 1.1. Note that connecting a USB 2.0 hub or USB 2.0 device to a USB 1.1 port will cause the device to run at the slower USB 1.1 speed. Since USB 2.0 is 30-40 times faster than USB 1.1, it may be worth the upgrade.
Knowing how much RAM, or memory, your computer has is important because it determines what programs you can run on your machine. The more RAM you have, the more memory-intensive programs you can run. It also allows you to run more programs at one time. Having "excess" RAM is even beneficial, as it helps your computer avoid bottlenecks when processing large amounts of data.
If you are using Windows, you can find out how much RAM you have by right-clicking the My Computer icon and selecting "Properties..." This will open the System Properties window and you can view the amount of physical memory installed under the General tab. You can find out how much memory your computer is currently using by right-clicking anywhere in the open space of the Taskbar and selecting "Task Manager." Then click the Performance tab of the window that opens and you will be able to view your memory usage.
If you are using Mac OS X, you can see you much RAM is installed in your computer by choosing "About This Mac" from the Apple menu. This is located in the far upper left-hand corner of the screen. To find out how much memory is being used, open the Activity Monitor program, located in the Utilities folder (within the Applications folder). Then click the System Memory button near the bottom of the window to see how much memory your system is currently using.
While Apple is known for the easy-to-use Macintosh operating system, saying the name of the operating system is surprisingly difficult. Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger is correctly said, "Mac oh-es ten version ten point four tiger." That's a bit more of a mouthful than, say, "Windows XP."
Tiger is Apple's new operating system, released, or "unleashed," on April 29, 2005. It includes over two hundred new features since Mac OS X 10.3 Panther, making it a substantial upgrade even though it seems like a small jump from 10.3 to 10.4.
Some of the new features include Spotlight, a powerful search tool, Dashboard, a way to get information quickly from "widgets" on the desktop, and Automator, a tool for automating repetitive tasks.
For more information on Tiger, visit Apple's Mac OS X website.
Friday, May 22, 2009
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