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 What's the difference between backing up a file and copying a file?

Answer There is no difference really - its more about your intention.If you are making a copy of a file so that you have it in case your main copy is lost or damaged then that is a backup.If you are doing... Read More »
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Difference Between a File Header & a File Name Extension?

File headers, or file names, and file-name extensions, or file extensions, are the two key components that make up the identity of a computer file. Files are identifiable in different ways both to ... Read More »
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Flash drive having an extremely tough time copying one file of 99.7MB?

Are you sure that the file you are copying has not been corrupted? This will happen with corrupted files.I am assuming that you have left ample space on the flash drive to copy this over. If you ... Read More »
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What is the difference between sequential file access, random file access, and binary file access?

Sequential file access means file can be accessed in only sequence as your audio tape. u can listen songs in sequence, however u can Fast forward it, but again it in sequence one by one. Random Acc... Read More »
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Is there a quality difference between a wav file&an mp3 file?

The audio file format WAV is higher-quality than the MP3 format and is more desirable for burning CDs. The MP3 format is highly compressed and is used to reduce the file size of the WAV format for ... Read More »
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