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 What Are the Events of a Boot Process in Computers?

Answer The boot process is the succession of operations a PC performs from the moment you push the power button up to the point when your desktop is displayed. The process also occurs when a restart takes... Read More »
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Why do computers boot slow?

Personal computers differ from many electronic devices in that they take a significant amount of time to start up before they can be used. A computer's boot time can sometimes be improved with a fe... Read More »
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Can computers process data at the fastest Internet speeds?

Even with today's Internet speed, computer processor speeds are faster. Computers can still process every piece of data as it comes in from the Internet without slowing down, even with the fastest ... Read More »
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What things does cpu process in games that an Nvidia Fermi card(gtx480) cannot process?

Well the CPU handles the command lines like changing scenario's going from one seen to another, setting up scenes and generally running the game...the GPU does the graphics, shading, 3D (if it has ... Read More »
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Do custom boot screens slow down your overall boot time.?

If you mean the "splash" screen image that is used during the boot up process, then the answer is: NO, there is no slow down. That is because it is nothing more than a raster image (bitmap), and i... Read More »
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