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Friday, 20 January 2017

Full Forms of Computer

Full Forms are:

ALU -  Arithmetic logic unit
ACPI :  Advanced Configuration and Power Interface
AC :  Alternating Current
AM : Amplitude Modulated
AMD : Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
AMD : Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
AMI : American Megatrends Inc.
ANSI : American National Standards Institute
APIC : Advanced Programmable Interrupt Controller
APM : Advanced Power Management
ASCII : American Standard Code for Information Interchange
ASIC : Application Specific Integrated Circuit
ASPI : Advanced SCSI Programming Interface
AT : Advanced Technology
ATA : AT Bus Attachment
ATAPI : ATA Packet Interface
ATM : Asynchronous Transfer Mode
BBS : Bulletin Board System
BCC : Block Check Character
BSC : Binary Synchronous Communications
BSD : Berkeley Standard Distribution
BTU : British Thermal Units
BCD : Binary Coded Decimal
BIOS : Basic Input / Output System
BNC : Bayonet Nut Connector
BPS/bps : Bytes/bits Per Second
CAM : Computer Aided Manufacturing
CAD : Computer Aided Design
CAS : Column Address Strobe
CPU - Central Processing Unit
CPI : Clocks Per Instruction
CR - Carriage Return

CUI - Composite User Interface
CRT - Cathode Ray Tube
CRC: Cyclical Redundancy Check
CD: Carrier Detect & Compact Disc
CD-R - Compact Disc-Recordable
CD-RW - Compact Disc-ReWritable
CD-ROM - Compact disc read-only memory
CGA: Color Graphics Adapter
CHS: Cylinder Head Sector
COMPUTER - Common Oriented Machine Particularly Used for Trade Education and Research
CMOS: Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor
CSR: Command Status Register
CTS: Clear To Send
DVI - Digital Visual Interface
DVD - Digital Video Disc or Digital Versatile Disc
DAT: Digital Audio Tape
DC: Direct Current
DCD: Data Carrier Detect
DCE: Data Circuit-terminating Equipment
DD: Double Density
DEC: Digital Equipment Corporation
DIP: Dual-In-line Package
DMA: Direct Memory Access
DMI: Desktop Management Interface
DOS: Disk Operating System
DPE: Data Parity Error
DRAM: Dynamic Random Access Memory
DS: Double Sided
DSP: Digital Signal Processor
DSR: Data Set Ready
DTC: Data Terminal Controller
DTE: Data Terminating Equipment
DTR: Data Terminal Ready
EBCDIC: Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code
EC: Error Check
ECC: Error Check and Correction
ECP: Enhanced Communication Port
ECU: EISA Configuration Utility
EDO: Extended Data Out RAM
EEPROM: Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory
EGA: Enhanced Graphics Adapter
EIA: Electronic Industries Association
EIDE: Enhanced Integrated Device Electronics
EISA: Enhanced Industry Standard Architecture
EMI: Electro-Magnetic Interference
EMF: Electro-Magnetic Force
EMS: Expanded Memory Specification
EOF: End Of File
EOL: End Of Line
EPP: Enhanced Parallel Port
EPROM: Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory
ESCD: Extended System Configuration Data
ESD: Electro-Static Discharge
ESDI: Enhanced Small Devices Interface
FTP - File Transfer Protocol
FAT: File Allocation Table
FCC: Federal Communications Commission
FDD: Fixed/Floppy Disk Drive
FDDI: Fiber Distributed Data Interface
FDM: Frequency Division Multiplexing
FDX: Full-Duplex Transmission
FE: Front End
FEP: Front End Processor
FF: Form Feed
FIFO: First-In First-Out
FILO: First-In Last-Out
FM: Frequency Modulation
FPGA: Field Programmable Gate Array
FPM: Fast Page Mode RAM
FPU: Floating Point Unit
FRC: Functional Redundancy Checking
FRU: Field-Replaceable Unit
FSF: Free Software Foundation
FSK: Frequency Shifty Keying
GUI - Graphical user interface
GAS: Gallium Arsenide
GFLOPS: Billions of Floating Point Operations Per Second
HTML – Hyper Text Markup Language
HD: High Density / Hard Disk
HDD: Hard Disk Drive
HDX: Half-Duplex Transmission
HFS: Hierarchical File System
HPFS: High Performance File System
IBM - International Business Machines, Indian Bureau of Mines
I/O: Input/Output
IC: Integrated Circuit
IDE: Integrated Device Electronics
IEEE: Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
IMP: Interface Message Processor
IPC: Inter Process Communication
IPX: Inter network Packet eXchange
IRQ: Interrupt ReQuest
ISA: Industry Standard Architecture
ISDN: Integrated Services Digital Network
ISO: International Standards Organization
JFS: Journalized File System
KNI: Katmai New Instructions
KVA: KiloVolt-Amps
LBA: Linear Block Array / Addressing
LCD - Liquid crystal display
LAN - Local area network
LOGO - Language of Graphic-Oriented
LED: Light Emitting Diode
LF: Line Feed
LIM: Lotus/Intel/Microsoft’s Expanded Memory Manager
LRU: Least-Recently Used
LSB/lsb: Least Significant Byte/bit
LSI: Large Scale Integration
LUN: Logical Unit Number
LASER - Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation
MAN - Metropolitan area network
MIPS - Microprocessor without Interlocked Pipeline Stages
MSo - Micro Soft Office, Multi system operator
MB/Mb: Mega Bytes/bits
MBR: Master Boot Record
MCA: Micro Channel Architecture
MCGA: Multi-Color Graphics Array
MCM: Multi-Chip Module
MDRAM: Multi-bank RAM
MFLOPS: Millions of FLOating Point Operations per Second
MFM: Modified Frequency Modulated
MHz: MegaHertz
MICR: Magnetic Ink Character Recognition
MIDI: Musical Instrument Data Interface
MIMD: Multiple-Instruction Multiple-Data
MISD: Multiple-Instruction Single Data
MMX: Multi-Media Extensions
MNP: Microcom Network Protocol
MODEM: MOdulator / DEModulator
MOPS: Millions of Operations Per Second
MOS: Metal-Oxide Semiconductor
MP: Multi-Processor
MPP: Massively Parallel Processor
MPS: Multi-Processor System
MSB/msb: Most Significant Byte/bit
MSDOS: Microsoft’s Disk Operating System
SI: Medium Scale Integration
MTBF: Mean Time Between Failure
N/C: No-Connect
NBS: National Bureau of Standards
NEMA: National Electrical Manufacturers Association
NFS: Network File System
NFU: Not-Frequently Used
NMI: Non-Maskable Interrupt
NMOS: Negatively doped Metal-Oxide Semiconductor
NOP: No OPeration NRU Not-Recently Used
NSF: National Science Foundation
NVRAM: NonVolatile Random Access Memory
OCR: Optical Character Recognition
ODI: Open Data link Interface
OEM: Original Equipment Manufacturer
OS: Operating System
OSF: Open Software Foundation
OSI: Open Systems Interconnect
PAL/PLA: Programmable Array Logic / Logic Array
PB: Push Button
PBX: Private Branch eXtender
PC: Personal Computer, Program Counter
PCB: Printed Circuit Board
PCI: Peripheral Component Interconnect
PCM: Pulse Code Modulation
PCMCIA: Personal Computer Memory Card International Association
PE: Processor Element
PFF: Page Fault Frequency
PGA: Professional Graphics Array
PGA: Pin Grid Array
PIC: Programmable Interrupt Controller
PIO: Programmed Input / Output
PIROM: Processor Information ROM
PLCC: Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier
PLL: Phase Locked Loop
PM: Preventive Maintenance
PMOS: Positively doped Metal-Oxide Semiconductor
PnP: Plug-and-Play
POST: Power On Self Test
PPP: Point-to-Point Protocol
PQFP: Plastic Quad Flat Pack
PROM: Programmable Read Only Memory
PSTN: Public Switched Telephone Network
PTE: Page Table Entry
QAM: Quadrature Amplitude Modulation
QFP: Quad Flat Pack
QIC: Quarter Inch Cartridge
RAM - Random-access memory
RAID: Redundant Arrays of Inexpensive Disks
RAMDAC: Random Access Memory Digital to Analogue Converter
RAS: Row Address Strobe
RCA: Radio Corporation of America
RCC: Routing Control Center
RFC: Request For Comments
RFI: Radio Frequency Interference
RI: Ring Indicator
RISC: Reduced Instruction-Set Computer
RLL: Run Length Limited
RMS: Root Mean Squared
RMW: Read Modify Write
ROM: Read Only Memory
RPC: Remote Procedure Call
RPM: Rotations Per Minute
RTC: Real Time Clock
RTS: Request To Send
SAM: Sequential Access Memory
SASI: Shugart Associates Standard Interface
SCSI: Small Computer Systems Interface
SD: Single Density
SDLC: Synchronous Data Link Control
SDRAM: Synchronous Dynamic RAM
SDRAM DDR: Double Data Rate SDRAM
SDRAM BDDR: Bi-Directional Strobed DDR SDRAM
SE: Systems Engineer
SEC: Single Edge Contact
SFF: Small Form Factor
SGRAM: Synchronous Graphics RAM
SMS - Short Message Service
SIMD: Single-Instruction Multiple-Data
SIMM: Single Inline Memory Module
SIPP: Single Inline Pinned Package
SISD: Single-Instruction Single-Dat
SLIP: Serial Line Internet Protocol
SMD: Surface Mount Device
SMT: Surface Mount Technology
SNA: System Network Architecture
SNR - Signal to Noise Ratio
SO/SOL - Small Out Line
SOIC - Small Outline Integrated Circuit
SPOOL - Simultaneous Peripheral Operation On Line
SPT  Sectors Per Track
SPU - Single Processor Unit
SRAM - Static Random Access Memory
SS - Single Sided
STDM - Synchronous Time Division Multiplexing
STN - Super Twisted Nematic
STU - Streaming Tape Unit
SVGA - Super Video Graphics Array
TCM - Trellis Code Modulation
TCP/IP - Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol
TDM - Time Division Multiplexing
TI - Texas Instruments
TIA - Telecomm Industry Association
TLB - Translation-Look aside Buffer
TPI - Tracks Per Inch
TSR - Terminate and Stay Resident
TTL - Transistor-Transistor Logic
UAE - Unrecoverable Application Error
UART - Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter
UDP - User Datagram Protocol
UMB - Upper Memory Block
UNIX - A trademark used for a computer disk operating system
UPS - Uninterruptible power supply
USL - UNIX System Labs
UUCP - UNIX to UNIX Copy Program
VIRUS - Vital Information Resources Under Seize
VDU - Visual Display Unit
VBE - Video BIOS Extensions
VCR - Video Cassette RecorderVESA: Video Enhanced Standards Association
VGA - Video Graphics Array
VLB - VESA Local Bus
VLIW - Very Long Instruction Word
VLSI - Very Large Scale Integration
VM - Virtual Memory
VME - Versa Module Euro-card
VRAM - Video Random Access Memory
VRT - Voltage Reduction Technology
VTR - Video Tape Recorder
WAN - Wide area network
WATS - Wide Area Telephone Service
WD - Western Digital
WORM - Write Once - Read-Many
WRAM - Window Random Access Memory
WS - Wait State
WWW - World Wide Web
XGA - eXtended Graphics Array
XMS - Extended Memory Specification
XOR - Exclusive-OR
XT - eXtended Technology
ZIF - Zero Insertion Force

Method of Changing Hidden Windows 7 Themes

Here is an alternative method, how to enable hidden windows 7 themes. If previous methods are not working to then apply this method.
At First Go to Control Panel and then click on folder Options.
Note: -- If Folder options are not available, change the view to large icons at the top-right corner of the screen.
Now click On the View tab and uncheck the box “Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)”. It will show you a warning; avoid this warning and Click Yes.
Now Go to “C:\Windows\Globalization\MCT\” Inside this folder you will see folders with name MCT-XX where XX will be AU, CA etc. These are the country codes in which these themes are automatically available.
                 Inside each MCT-XX you will see a Theme folder, now open it and click on the theme file to unlock it. Once unlocked, the theme will be available to you in personalization option.

Wednesday, 18 January 2017

UK Government releases report on Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

The UK Government's Science and Technology Committee undertook an inquiry into robotics and artificial intelligence. Robotics and Autonomous Systems (RAS) was one of the "Eight Great Technologies" identified by the UK Government.

"Artificial intelligence has some way to go before we see systems and robots as portrayed in the creative arts such as Star Wars. At present, 'AI machines' have narrow and specific roles, such as in voice-recognition or playing the board game 'Go'. But science fiction is slowly becoming science fact, and robotics and AI look destined to play an increasing role in our lives over the coming decades. It is too soon to set down sector-wide regulations for this nascent field but it is vital that careful scrutiny of the ethical, legal and societal ramifications of artificially intelligent systems begins now."

AI Changes Job Revolutions and Companies will happy with Robotics works.They willnot fight with more HR and Human Labour Policies.AI makes Human Thinking and Imotions like Menpower in Factory.

Monday, 16 January 2017

Web Hosting

I thought to create a resource and tools page which will help to do professional blogging.
When i was going to start blogging, i was thinking for name of my blog. I purchase domain for my blog from godaddy.

Domain: Godaddy is best domain name provider. I always recommend godaddy for purchase domain from them.

Hosting: Dreamhost is best hosting provider from being a long time. Million of website using Dreamhost as it is trusted. Dreamhost is very cheap and affordable for us. Here on this link you will get blushost hosting only on us$3.49/month.

Platform: To choose an platform is an important factor. I choose WordPress as my blogging platform. I recommend to choose wordpress as platform. WordPress is very to customize, easy to navigate.

Themes: After choosing platform i was looking for which theme i should choose. I was looking for the theme which will be clean coded, faster, ease to customize and seo friendly. And finally i choose elegant themes.

Elegant themes is best for it’s smart design and user friendly navigator. Themes developed with clean coded. It takes more attention from your reader. Themes also help you to decrease bounce rate with increasing time on site.

CDN: After watching google latest update on they give more value on faster website. I was searching how to make ny site more faster. Finally i got. CDN it makes site more faster. I use maxcdn as cdn.

 MAxcdn is one of the best CDN. It will help you to make your site more faster.

Keyword Research Tool: Semrush is best keyword research tool. I use it for me to find out best niche keyword for me. I love this tool and you will enjoy to use once you go inside of semrush.

Seo Plugin: I use seopressor as my seo plugin. It helps to find on page score, lsi keywords and many other feature. Here this link i give you trial version of seopressor.

Mail Subscription: I recommend to use aweber as an mail subscription tool. It will help you to awesome mail and increase your subscriber.

iThemes Security: If you look for your secuirity for yoru wordpress site i recommend you to use it. Hacker will not be able to disturb you anymore.

Grammarly: To make user friendly content we need to know high quality grammar. I use grammarly as to check plagirism, grammar and punctuation.

Magic Submitter: After post a content it need to comes on top. To reach content comes you need to do many backlink.

Magic submitter gives you opportunity to make quality backlink, social signal and many more for your content. You can make schedule from this software, so you can do backlink when you are in vacation also.

The Best Spinner: After Post content you need to write same content many times to submit your url on many places. Best spinner will spin your content as many time you want. This software is very time saving and no.1 content spinner in online.

Tuesday, 10 January 2017

Nokia borns as Android in China 2017.

The info comes via NPU, which reports there will be two D1C variants, one will be a lower-tier 5in variant with the following specs:
  • 5in 1080p resolution display.
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 1.4GHz octa-core processor.
  • Adreno 505 GPU.
  • 2GB of RAM.
  • 16GB onboard storage.
  • 13MP primary camera.
  • 8MP front-facing camera.

As for specs, you’re looking at 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of on-board storage alongside microSD support, Snapdragon 430 CPU, a 16 megapixel main camera, and a 3,000 mAh battery.

The handset is a solid-black slate sculpted from a single piece of aluminium. The entire frontage is more of less taken up by its 5.5in 1080p display, which measures 5.5in diagonally.

The Nokia 6 will run Android Nougat out the box but, unfortunately, is only launching in China at the moment. The reason? China is still a growth market, so it will be easier for Nokia to establish itself there versus inside the more fixed and stagnant markets of Europe and the US.

This is a mid-range handset. The price will be low, hence HMD’s focus on China where price is a HUGE driving force for adoption. The handset will be priced at around $245, making it very accessible – even in China’s market, alongside brands like Xiaomi.

The Nokia 6 will be available inside early January and will be exclusively available in China via JD.com.
Finger's crossed we’ll see a flagship release from Nokia for the UK and US very soon!

Things you should do to keep office environment positive.

We spend such a large amount of our life at work and with today's intense business atmosphere there are more difficulties and worries than any time in recent memory. How might we make a more positive workplace when we have no power to roll out improvements? Actually, the state of mind we convey to work has a major impact. 

The proposals underneath are for impacting the general population around us. Our associates and particularly our manager, hugy affect our work involvement, and one of the most ideal approaches to enhance their mentality is to show the conduct we need to find in them. On the off chance that we demonstrate regard, trust, persistence and support, we will probably get them consequently. What else would we be able to do keeping in mind the end goal to impact others to make a more positive workplace? Attempt these 12 tips for making a more positive workplace!
1. Give encouraging feedback
I welcome the way you…
I'm inspired with…
I truly appreciate working with you on the grounds that…
Your group couldn't be fruitful without your…
I respect the way you set aside the opportunity to…
You're better than average at…

2. Indicate appreciation
Express gratitude toward Someone for something they did yet weren't hoping to get said thanks to for – be particular about what it was and why it was useful or imperative; make certain to coby their manager.

3. Spread bliss
Grin and say "Hello there" to twice the same number of individuals as you ordinarily would – yet be certifiable in your grin.

4. Persuade others
Post another peppy publication, picture or quote at your work area where everybody can see it. Look at our (free) printable Career Happiness Manifesto!

5. Praise wins
Begin a meeting off by sharing something positive that is going ahead in your gathering, extend, work and so on. Urge others to do likewise.

6. Celebrate
Discover some event to celebrate with others, whether it be a venture development, birthday, new house, and so on. Go around a card for individuals to sign or make a sign.

7. Empower positive considering
Secretly post a positive quote or picture by the copier, espresso machine or elsewhere that gets high pedestrian activity so others can see.

8. Change the way you react
When somebody can't help contradicting you about something at work, think "how fascinating" rather than promptly getting cautious.

9. Go ahead
In the event that you have a meeting with just a single or two other individuals, make it a mobile meeting; get outside and get your blood pumping.

10. Energize fun
Include some light fun by lifting a day for a spruce up or work area finishing subject – ex. cap day, wild sock day, or enriching with blooms, pictures of tropical spots, and so on.

11. Share your appreciation
Record five things you are appreciative for at work – then impart no less than one to a collaborator.

12. Participate in arbitrary demonstrations of generosity
Accomplish something kind for another person (particularly somebody who wouldn't expect it). Offer to help them with something, give them a nibble or treat, or essentially ask them how their night or end of the week was or about something going ahead in their life.

Different approaches to make a more positive workplace:
Dispositions are extremely infectious! Here's a tip on the most proficient method to help your disposition so that your nice sentiments can rub off on everyone around you. Spend a couple of minutes recollecting and imagining a period when you were truly having fun. It could be a direct result of something you were doing, some place you were going by or somebody you were with. Relish the memory. Attempt to keep that inclination at the highest point of your brain as regularly as conceivable consistently.

Discovering importance and reason in what we do is an awesome approach to remain positive. Remind yourself as well as other people why your occupations are essential. Thing about their motivation and how they increase the value of your association, and to your client/customers/understudies/patients. Here and there your "client" is not the end client of your association's administrations or items, however could be an inside individual who depends on what you do as such that they can complete their employment.