Dominic Cooper

Dominic Cooper, a TTU graduate is a computer hardware expert. His only passion is to find out the nitty gritty of all computers. He loves to cook when he is not busy with writing, computer testing and research. He is not very fond of social media. Follow Him at Linkedin

Dominic Cooper

What is USB (Universal Serial Bus) 3.0? (Explained)

What is USB (Universal Serial Bus) 3.0? The USB 3.0 ports refer to the third generation Universal Serial Bus interfaces launched in 2008. These ports are also known as SuperSpeed USB. Technically speaking, this particular standard of interface can be easily identified due to its blue color and is designed to offer much better performance …

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What is USB (Universal Serial Bus) 2.0? (Explained)

What is USB (Universal Serial Bus) 2.0? USB 2.0 or Universal Serial Bus 2.0 refers to a particular version of a serial interface that is used to connect and transfer data between different peripheral digital devices and a computer system. Technically, this is the second generation USB connector standard that is upgraded from the 1.1 …

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What is Integrated Drive Electronics (IDE)? (Explained)

What is Integrated Drive Electronics (IDE)? Integrated Drive Electronics or IDE refers to a specific technology and an electronic interface standard. This typically helps in connecting the disk storage devices and the motherboard of a computer. Originally, this interface followed the 16-bit bus standard of the IBM PC Industry Standard Architecture but later on other …

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What is OLED Display? Types, Working Principles & More

What is OLED Display? OLED or Organic Light Emitting Diode refers to a display technology. Instead of using the traditional silicon or gallium materials to make the LEDs, OLEDs use carbon emitting organic layers. It follows the principle of electroluminescence. Technically, OLED refers to that particular display technology in which a flow of current between …

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Direct Mapped vs Fully Associative Cache: 13 Differences 

In a direct mapped cache, bits are usually taken from the main memory address to the particular line in a cache that is described uniquely and where it can be stored. However, in a fully associative cache the process is completely different where any available cache line is used. Apart from this basic difference, there are …

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