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Linux Training for Beginners | Linux Tutorial For Beginners | Intellipaat

Linux Training for Beginners | Linux Tutorial For Beginners | Intellipaat

Hey guys, welcome to this session on Linux by Intellipaat. So, Linux is like air; you don’t see it or know it ever exists, yet it makes your devices extremely powerful. From your Android smartphones, to all the apps you will have in it, to air traffic control stations, and even the Large Hadron Collider, […]

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Buffer Cache

Buffer Cache

Now that we’ve seen how file systems work, we turn to several optimizations that help make it fast, since most storage devices tend to be slow. We’ll first discuss some software optimizations and then turn to hardware. If you’re first reaction is, let’s use a cache, then you’re on the right track. Indeed most operating […]

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Building my dream computer – Part 1

Building my dream computer – Part 1

When I first got my Commodore VIC-20 at the age of 6, all I had was the computer. I turned it on and stared at the blinking cursor. Curious what I could do with it, I looked through the user manual and started to type in some of the example BASIC programs. Within a matter […]

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LGR – Strangest Computer Designs of the 2000s

LGR – Strangest Computer Designs of the 2000s

The first decade of the new millennium was known for the rise of cheap, boring PCs from the likes of Dell and eMachines. But it also saw its fair share of outlandish computer designs, with manufacturers on a mad dash to find the next big thing. So, let’s take a look at a bunch of […]

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Windows Virtual Desktop Essentials | Intro and full tour

Windows Virtual Desktop Essentials | Intro and full tour

– Welcome to Windows Virtual Desktop Essentials. If your organization is looking for a more efficient, productive and secure approach to desktop virtualization, in the next few minutes I’m gonna walk you through Microsoft’s Windows Virtual Desktop solution on Microsoft Azure. It offers a fully managed desktop virtualization solution in the cloud. And the good […]

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Windows and Mirrors: Learning About Difference—and Belonging—Through Books

Windows and Mirrors: Learning About Difference—and Belonging—Through Books

>>Natalya: This made Grace sad for two reasons. She didn’t like Natalie and she didn’t have a daddy of her own. Grace felt less and less and like being the pink and floaty kind of princess. She couldn’t imagine making–>>I think windows and mirrors and the nice metaphor to explain the importance of children seeing […]

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Top 20 Mac Open World Games 2019

Top 20 Mac Open World Games 2019

– [Narrator] Many of the best open-world games are available on Mac, so today, I am sharing 20 of the best ones on offer for you guys. Starting at number 20, we have Mafia III. Despite all the negative feedback this game received, personally, I still really enjoy it. It has amazing gun combat, terrific […]

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Experience Caring Car in your BMW with Operating System 7 – BMW How-To

Experience Caring Car in your BMW with Operating System 7 – BMW How-To

In vehicles with Operating System 7 and Live Cockpit Professional, Caring Car is available. Caring Car orchestrates different vehicle functions to enhance the driver’s mood and fitness. The Caring Car programme can be started and ended by going to “CAR”, “Caring Car”. There are two programmes available, Vitalize and Relax. Make sure the drive-ready state […]

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3D Graphics: Crash Course Computer Science #27

3D Graphics: Crash Course Computer Science #27

Hi, I’m Carrie Anne, and welcome to CrashCourse Computer Science! Over the past five episodes, we’ve worked up from text-based teletype interfaces to pixelated bitmapped graphics. Then, last episode, we covered Graphical User Interfaces and all their “Ooey Gooey” richness. All of these examples have been 2D. But of course “we are living in a […]

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Early Computing: Crash Course Computer Science #1

Early Computing: Crash Course Computer Science #1

Hello world, I’m Carrie Anne, and welcome to CrashCourse Computer Science! Over the course of this series, we’re going to go from bits, bytes, transistors and logic gates, all the way to Operating Systems, Virtual Reality and Robots! We’re going to cover a lot, but just to clear things up – we ARE NOT going […]

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