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64 Bit Computing #2

Last week I started talking about 64-bit computing and the possible advantages that it could offer. For those of you that missed my last article, you’re probably best off downloading a copy at www.computerarticles.co.uk as otherwise this one article by itself may seem incomplete.

I focused specifically on the [...]

Firmware

A consistent problem that we’re having at Refresh is customers purchasing DVD discs and then returning them as being ‘faulty’ because they refuse to work correctly on their machines. Once they come back in to store we then run a couple of tests and they check out as being absolutely fine meaning that quite often [...]

DVD Writing #2

Last weeks article regarding DVD writing prompted a letter from one of my regular readers Jean Birkett asking for some more information as to what the differences were between the DVD-R and DVD+R standards. My knowledge on the subject was fairly limited so I’ve substantiated a [...]

Sneak Previews – Windows Alternatives

You may remember a few weeks ago when I reviewed an alternative to PC computing; the Apple iMac. In similar contrast, there is also a range of Operating Systems for the PC that serve as an alternative to the Microsoft Windows Operating Systems, the most popular of which is generally considered to be Linux. [...]

Creating your own website

Over the last couple of weeks we have covered the basic points of making your own webpage and as to continue on the subject, this week I’ll talk about good practices all budding web-designers should cover when constructing their own site: