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 Why computers use "0" and "1"!?

Answer It all has to do with the ease of building a transistor. A transistor is an electronic device that takes an input from on side and flips a switch from on to off. This is like standing at a light sw... Read More »
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Are Mac computers generally faster, more reliable and longer lasting than PC computers?

Although Macs would actually be the same or faster than an equivalent specd PC it is actually a contribution of system stability and reliability of the Mac package (OS and hardware) that makes them... Read More »
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I have 6 computers and 1 broad band connected in a Lan network. How to share internet with all computers .?

You need at least a 6 port router, preferable a wireless one.
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Why does file fragmentation not occur on Apple Macintosh computers like with Windows computers?

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Do laptop computers last longer than desktop computers?

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