Computer File Systems
Computer file systems are an integral part of the way computers function today. A filesystem is a structure that determines the way that data is stored and accessed on storage media.What New TV Technology Are We Likely to See in 2012?
There is no doubting that in 2011, the Australian Retail Sector has posted it’s most difficult year in a long while. Price deflation, over-cautious consumers and market saturation has seen TV sales in particular hit hard. Australian buyers need to be excited by new technology and features, and manufacturers like Samsung, Sony, LG, Sharp and Panasonic need to deliver some new ideas that we can all embrace. 3D seemed to be a beacon of light before last season started, but that has failed to materialize into anything more than a “feature” on most mid to high range model TVs. So what can we expect to see this year to set our pulses racing and our wallets opening?Internet Connected TVs – The Idiot Box Smartens Up
In relation to video content and services, the internet has experienced a rapid growth over the last few years. This has seen a spike, especially over the last couple of years, in audience engagement and this has been expanding at an ever increasing rate. A survey by Canstar Blue states “one in five Australian respondents now choose the internet as their preferred source of content over television”. With more and more Australians relying on the internet to view content, your TVs connectivity features will be under focus like never before.Who Do You Trust? The Internet Neighborhood
Before you begin reflecting inwardly and become upset about your psychological well being, I need to tell you this article is about Internet security and what you should do to protect yourself and your information. A good way to start our thought process is to ask ourselves, “Who is connected to the Internet that we trust?” I propose that we start by trusting no one, and add people and businesses that we do trust, one at a time, and then only within limits.How-To Scan for PC Viruses, Malware, and Internet Threats: Home User Protection
Scanning your computer for viruses and worms at least once every week should be considered a necessary task depending on your habits as a user. The first thing you need to consider is how much you browse the web. Don’t think of this in terms of hours because you could spend all day on a trusted site like Facebook.