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What Is BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) and How To Access and Use? 0

What Is BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) and How To Access and Use?

Basic Input and Output System simply know as BIOS is the first thing which is loaded by the computer. BIOS is designed to initialize a computer properly and load the real full features operation system like Windows, Linux, etc. BIOS is a low-level software where it provides very little but crucial features for its users. BIOS Functions BIOS has some basic functions in order to start the computer and load...


What Is A Server In Computing and Server Types?

The server is a computers type which consists of purposeful hardware and software used to provide different services to the clients.  Servers generally use different and special applications to provide services. A server can contain a single service or multiple services to serve. Types Of Servers There is a different type of servers. We can create a very long list which contains different types of servers but in this part,...


What Is CPU (Central Processor Unit) and How To List Detailed CPU Information?

Central Processing Unit or simply CPU is the heart of a computer or server. CPU is used to process most of the data the computer provides. CPU runs operating systems, applications, tools, hardware tools. CPU connected to the motherboard or mainboard via socket which provides a lot of pins to communicate with other components. CPU Components CPU has mainly two components. They are called as Control Unit (CU) which responsible...


What Is Motherboard and Motherboard Function?

The motherboard is the main component of a PC, Server, Laptop, Tablet which is used to connect different devices, components and peripherals to the system. It holds many of the crucial components of the system like CPU (Central Processor Unit), RAM (Memory), HDD (Hard Disk Drive), NIC (Network Interface Card), Graphical Processing Unit (GPU). Form Factor Mainboards have different size and structures designed for different type of devices like mobile,...


Linux lspci Command Tutorial with Examples

Linux provides lspci command in order to list PCI bus and devices information. This command will provide brief or detailed information about currently connected PCI devices like GPU, USB Card etc. Install For Ubuntu, Debian, Kali, Mint We can install lspci tool with the following command to the deb based distributions.

Install For Fedora, CentOS, Fedora In yum or dnf based distributions we can use the following command which...


What Is Linux SIGINT (Signal Interrupt)?

Operating systems like Linux and Windows uses signals in order to communicate with each other and other components. There are different signal types which define different case and message. In this tutorial, we will learn and explain the SIGINT or Signal Interrupt. SIGINT or Signal Interrupt As its name suggests the SIGINT is named as Signal Interrupt which will interrupt the command. This will interrupt the given processes and stop...


How To Open System Information Panel On Windows To Check Computer and Specification?

Windows Operating systems starting from Windows XP provides System Information Panel. System Information Panel provides detailed information about the computer hardware, software and operating system. Open System Information Panel From Start Menu System Information Panel can be opened in different ways. The most basic and fast way is starting it from Start Menu . After opening Start Menu we can type System Information which will list System Information icon. Then...


How To Check and Monitor Computer/PC Temperature?

Computer CPU is most important part of a system. A computer or a server may have also multiple CPU’s. CPU’s are main temperature creators which warms the case. CPU consist of millions of transistors which mainly runs electrical gates and logic. This will create some heat. CPU Heat As CPU consist of million of transistors it will create a lot of heat. CPU also uses most of the power computer....


What Is Mutex Exclusion In Operating Systems?

Operating systems are mainly runs processes and applications to share resources of the system. These resources may CPU, RAM, Network Connection etc. Mutual Exclusion Object a.k.a. Mutex is a program object that allows and manages multiple process and applications to share these system resources simultaneously. Example Case Log files are used to store information about events created by services, programs and applications. Single log file can be populated by multiple...


How To Use Linux dmesg Command To Print System Logs?

dmesg is used to print and control kernel ring buffer. This explanation may be confusing for the most of the readers. Here simplified explanation. dmesg provides logs for troubleshoot, diagnose or save which is created by Linux kernel. It provides low level messages which is not logged by other subsystems. Provided Information Type dmesg command and buffer provides a lot of different type of messages and logs. Here the list...

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