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DETAILED ARTICLE ON BIOS AND ITS COMPONENTS.

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DETAILED ARTICLE ON BIOS AND ITS COMPONENTS
Today i am going to discuss something about bios( basic input output system).  So lets get started.
A computers basic input output system (bios) is a embedded software on a motherboard.  It is the first software a pc loads to use components such as cd drives, mouse keyboard practically the moment you turn it on.
The bios is responsible for controlling or managing low-level but extremely important process like  the power on self test.  It is the boot process and the interaction of components on the motherboard.
  the topic will help you to flash (update) you bios by taking right precautions and have a walk through each step.  Not all computers have the same bios manufacturer, let alone the same exact process,  but they all share steps and precautions.
UPGRADING THE SYSTEM BIOS
When the system was designed, the bios program code will work with all specific devices.  As the computer technology changes we need to update its capabilities .  Generally t…

REGISTERS AND ITS USES IN COMPUTERS

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REGISTERS AND ITS USES IN COMPUTER WORLD.
“In this life, all we have is memory! ” This exclamatory sentence is used by many film makers in their dialog.  So does it actually mean something to them?  Yes it definitely means everything to them and us.  That’s why they show them in their cinema (movie, film whatever you say).
 Memories mean everything that is stored in our brain after we experience it and then use it as a lesson for life  or entertainment purpose. Humans as well as all living beings do that.  But our topic is  “WHAT ARE REGISTERS? WHY DO COMPUTERS NEED THEM?” So here we begin.
The discrete elements of information in a digital computer must have a physical existence in some information storage medium.  Furthermore, when discrete elements  of information are represented in binary form, the information storage medium must contain binary storage elements for storing individual bits.
  A binary cell is a device that possesses two stable states and is capable of storing one bit of …