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Hewlett-Packard is commonly known as HP and is an American multinational company. HP is involved in the development and manufacture of computers, data storage and networking hardware and software, printers, and lots more. A new business oriented addition has been made to its Omni line of personal computers with the launch of HP Omni Pro 110. This model is sure to be a great success because it has all what every PC user wants. The HP Omni Pro 110 has all the features of multitasking capabilities like that of a regular business computer. This design is a wonderful combination of the traditional personal computer tower with the monitor and hence reduces the clutter of cables.
Some of the features include an anti glare monitor of 20 inches, which has a 1600 by 900 resolution. The HP Omni Pro 110 has the capacity of playing a 720 p of high definition video and has several combinations of configurations. Some of them include Intel Core 2 Duo processors otherwise called as the Intel Pentium and had up to 4 GB RAM and the hard disk provides a capacity of 1 TB.
This new launch of HP can also help in the conservation of energy. The power assistant software helps in reducing the energy consumption and helps in saving energy. The energy star versions of HP Omni Pro 110 are also available which are known to save a lot of energy. It has an integrated webcam and an inbuilt speaker and microphone and apart from this an optional 802.11 b/g/n wireless card is also there. It has a DVD writing system and a 6-in-1 media card reader. The HP Omni Pro 110 comes with a lot of operating systems to choose from which include the Windows 7 and Linux.
If you are a veteran PC user then you might know that it is always a matter of time before a computer glitch — or complete meltdown — will force you to troubleshoot through a specific tool.
If this happens, will you be prepared to minimize downtime? You can be if you carry around a PC toolkit in your pocket.
Due to the affordability and increased data storage capacities of USB-based flash, one can now easily carry around information which will come in handy to resolve any meltdowns or technical snags.
Here are some important tips to remember in on to create a PC Toolkit with a USB Flash Drive.
- Choose the right Flash Drive.
- Think about the features you’ll need in the drive and how you’ll carry it.
- What will be the storage capacity of the Flash drive, according to your monetary requirement?
- As you will be storing enough tools to get your system ready to work again, you should have a USB of at least 16GB. If you feel that the tools that you have installed exceed in the memory capacity you can use a USB up to 256 GB.
- Choose a portable and light USB, usually the ones that can go along with your key chain.
- Use comparison website to decide the best features of the USB e.g. amazon.com
- Transfer the tools that are essential to reboot your system. You can also keep a smaller storage of about 5 GB for anti-virus and anti-spyware applications.
- Minimize storage by creating an ISO file or zip files that are going to be installed in your USB.
These are just some of the tips to keep in mind if you want to minimize the downtime, in case your PC goes “Bezerk.”
Flash drives are fast becoming excellent modes of short-term data storage options for people who work on more than one computer at a time. Sometimes it is very important to carry a particular file to office from your PC or share some important data with friends. It is not always possible to send emails with attachments or burn CDs at the drop of one’s hat. This is where the Universal Serial Bus system of storage comes into use. The USB system of storage is used in a flash drive which makes it a more portable version of a floppy disk. It is also capable of storing larger volumes of data than the floppy disk.
However, a lot of people mistake the flash drive to be a permanent storage device. Using it over time can corrupt some or all of your files on it. Since it is being connected to more than one computer there are chances of picking up malware and virus infected filed which in turn can corrupt your PC as well.
Formatting the flash drive is a great way to prevent system corruption. However, in doing so many people end up losing important data since they have not backed up the stored information before hitting the “format” option.
Here is a step-by-step guide to recovering lost data from your USB drive:
- Find reliable file recovery software on the Internet that is compatible with your system and download and install it. Make sure that it is not poor quality software that may further corrupt your system.
- Attach your flash drive to your computer and run a device search after opening the recovery program. The program should pick up any USB device that is connected to your computer immediately.
- Use the “Complete file search” option on the right hand top side of your recovery program window to find any file that was lost or deleted from your flash drive.
There are separate options for searching image, doc and multimedia files on the tool bar. You can run these searches individually if you are looking for specific files to recover from your flash drive.
You may run a “Searching Active File Areas” on the default option in the menu of the recovery program. For specific searches you have to run the “Searching Archive file Areas” in the Advanced option available on the menu as well. Make sure you select the box which shows your flash drive for the software to run a search for recovering files on it.
You can customize the settings of data recovery and storage on the recover program according to you needs. The software can read drives that were archived and searched on it previously if you set it accordingly.
Make sure you select the files that have been recovered by the software and save them in the appropriate path on your computer. Don’t just leave it in the flash drive as there are chances of losing it again in future. Back up the files you use on your flash drive to be safe.
Our work strategies and mechanisms were gradually bestowed upon this digital machine which is largely expanded in the current scenario. Computer memory helps you to accomplish works in a very short span of time. The computer memory is classified into many sub divisions, among those sub divisions, holographic memory is an essential part of memory. Holographic memory is alternative data storage method of current magnetic and optical storage.
Holographic storage can be performed in the area of the recording medium where magnetic and optical storage is done only on the surface of the recording medium. Holographic memory features huge data storage capacity of 1 TB where present hard disk enables very few to this. In fact, this huge storage is possible due to the ability of holographic memory to process the recording throughout the whole area. It can store multiple images in the same place with different angels. There is one more distinct feature of holographic memory. Holographic memory is capable of storing millions of bits at a time where optical storage can do only single bit. Thus it can store huge data with a very high speed operation. Holographic memory uses an optical interference pattern to store data within it. The stored data is interpreted with the help of aggregation or reproduction of beams which was segregated firstly.
The first ever use of Hologram for data storage was first started in 1960, which was invented by Pieter Heerden. In 70s, scientists from TCRA Lab were able to store 500 holograms with lithium niborate-iron crystal. They also used light sensitive polymers to build some holograms. But this material cost was very high which was not rational to magnetic and optical devices, so that it became unpopular then. With advancement of laser technology, this storage method has again come into the light. In fact now in LCD and CCD devices this holographic technology is used commonly.
The ray of Argon is split into two by beam splitter. The signal then goes through the window mirror and crosses the light modulator. The signal is sent to the crystal via SLM (spatial light modulator). The reference beam introduces an interference pattern with some other methodology which is used to store information relayed by the primary beam. When light of exact wave length is used in the perfect position or area in the crystal, the stored data is revealed. The corresponding crystal use diffraction technique to regenerate the stored page which is sent to charge couple device (CCD). Then it becomes digital information and interpretable by the users.
Holographic memory will replace optical and magnetic data storage with its speed and storage capacity. In next few years, some video games and other sophisticated services may come into view with this technology. In fact holographic memory widens the opportunity to use more specified and high resolution data with more speed and comfort.