USB 2.0 to 3.0 and Beyond

USB 2.0 to 3.0

USB, 2.0, and 3.0 technology has advanced quite a bit over the past ten years. 2.0 is the generalized USB technology most people are used to seeing—the standard 2.0 has the white box inside the connector head. 3.0 is the upgraded model and is quickly becoming the new standard because it is much more efficient than its predecessor. Easily identified, USB 3.0 has the blue box in the connector head.

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HDD Vs. SSD? As technology continues to advance, this question will stay relevant. The answer will entirely depend on precisely what you are using your computer for and how you would like the computer to perform the task. We will discuss the most significant differences between HDD Vs. SSD.

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Onboard Graphics or a Graphics Card?

Onboard Graphics Vs. Graphics Card

Graphics are an essential part of how a computer operates. Graphics processing, whether onboard or dedicated card, allows the computer to process information and display it on the monitor, depending on the specification of the data. The quality of the displayed images depends entirely on how much information the graphics processing allows. We will discuss the difference between onboard graphics and a dedicated graphics card.

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