Category: General Concepts

  • Open Network Environment

    Open Network Environment

    Open Network Environment: Organizations are looking to harness trends such as cloud, mobility, social networking, and video to fuel the next wave of business innovation.

  • Fax Service

    Fax Service

    Fax Service is a service in Microsoft Windows that lets you administer fax devices on both a local machine and over the network.

  • Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)

    Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)

    Hypertext Transfer Protocol is a standard Internet protocol that specifies the client/server interaction processes between Web browsers such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or Chrome and Web servers such as Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) or Apache.

  • Command Prompt

    Command Prompt

    Dive into the world of the Command Prompt, from its origins to advanced functionalities. Discover the power of command-line operations and the vast capabilities of this Windows staple tool.

  • Microsoft Windows

    Microsoft Windows

    Microsoft Windows is a family of operating systems with a common graphical user interface (GUI) that lies at the core of Microsoft’s strategy to make PCs easier to use, reduce the cost of PC ownership, advance the PC platform, and integrate PCs with the Internet.

  • Failover

    Failover

    Discover the mechanics of failover in computing. From types and configurations to real-world applications, get the ultimate guide on failover systems.

  • Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)

    Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)

    ICANN is a nonprofit corporation that will take over the functions of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) and some other Internet-management organizations.

  • I2O: Intelligent Input/Output

    I2O: Intelligent Input/Output

    Explore I2O, the Intelligent Input/Output architecture. Learn how it enhances system performance by offloading tasks from the CPU.

  • Windows Internet Name Service (WINS)

    Windows Internet Name Service (WINS)

    Windows Internet Name Service, or WINS, is a Microsoft Windows service that dynamically registers NetBIOS names of computers on the network.

  • Computer Boot Sequence Explained!

    Computer Boot Sequence Explained!

    Boot sequence is the series of steps that occurs when an operating system boots on a machine.

  • Key in a Relational Database

    Key in a Relational Database

    Key in a Relational Database is a column (attribute) or group of columns (attributes) used to uniquely identify records in a table of a relational database such as those created and managed by Microsoft SQL Server.

  • Kernel Mode

    Kernel Mode

    Unlock the mysteries of Kernel Mode in Windows OS. Learn its functionalities, differences from User Mode, and its role in system performance and security.