Terra Byte Hard Drive Review : WD Caviar Green WD20EADS

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Western Digital was launch the world first 2 TB hard drive. It’s not a high performance 7.200 rpm drive but spindle speed with dynamical optimize range 5.400 rpm – 7.200 rpm energy-efficient drive. Western Digital doesn’t talk about its actual spindle speeds and prefers to refer to IntelliPower, which is the marketing name for the balance between spindle speed, transfer rate, and caching algorithms, as part of its effort to design drives with the best balance between performance and power consumption. The high capacity of these drives also makes them ideal for devices that get turned on all day long like Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices or home theatre PCs requiring lower power consumption and cool, quiet operation. Today, we’ll be looking at the largest and greenest hard drives currently on the market.
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30 June 2009 at 22:13 - Comments

Terra Byte Hard Drive Review : WD Caviar Black WD1001FALS

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Western Digital was launched WD Caviar Black series for the high performance and power computing application. It’s combine a high performance electronics architecture with a rock solid mechanical architecture to deliver the perfect storage solution for fully loaded PC and maxed gaming machine.

WD Caviar Black Series SATA II hard disk feature a faster spindle speed and 32 MB cache, bigger and faster cache means faster performance. With drive capacity 1 TB, the WD Caviar Black series use perpendicular magnetic recording and dual processor, twice the processing power to maximize performance and reduce CPU overhead. WD’s Caviar Black also with a fantastic 5-year warranty and a long list of marketing phrases that represent its efforts to protect the drive and lengthen its lifespan.
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30 June 2009 at 20:55 - Comments

Compare and Review Terra Byte Hard Drive

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Hard Disk Drive is a non-volatile storage device which stores digitally encoded data on rapidly rotating platters by magnetizing ferromagnetic material directionally. Hard disk drive also knows as hard disk, hard drive or HDD.

In April 2009, the highest capacity hard disk was launched. Samsung launching 1 TB SpinPoint F1 series desktop drive, Seagate has also entered the mix by launching it’s 1 TB model in the Barracuda. Western Digital also launching Caviar series, Caviar Green with capacity 2 TB and Caviar Black series with capacity 1 TB. Other vendor hard disk that launch big hard disk capacity, Hitachi, launch DeskStar series 7K1000.
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30 June 2009 at 16:27 - Comments

Compare, Benchmark and Review Modern Browser

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Internet has become part of modern life styles and activities. As we know that the largest internet activity is browsing dan even some people say, browsing is the internet itself. See Web Server : market share and blogging activities, the growth of blogging activity has been increase popularity of the web server used, such Nginx and GWS ( Google Web Server ). Microsoft was released Internet Explorer v8 that has claimed as high performance, fastest and safety. Mozilla Firefox has released Firefox v3.5 ( beta version ), has many improvement of performance and speed than previous version. Opera also has released Opera v10.00 and Apple with Safari v4.0. All vendor claim as the best performance, fastest and safety, really ? I will describe how to benchmark modern browser, See detail my Technorati Profile … continue reading : Compare, Benchmark and Review Modern Browser.

28 June 2009 at 20:15 - Comments

Web Browser Wars, Popularity and Market Share

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The web browser vendor are present and past competitions to make their browser dominance and popular in the web browser market. Although Microsoft Internet Explorer currently is the first popular web browser on Microsoft Windows but the presence of alternative browsers have successfully reduced the market share of Microsoft Internet Explorer.

Microsoft had advantage in the browser wars, Microsoft Windows had over 90% share of the operating system market and Microsoft Internet Explorer was bundled with every copy of Windows. So, Microsoft was able dominate the web browser market share easily as customer had Microsoft Internet Explorer as a default browser. Microsoft also locked up a large portion of the Macintosh browser market in 1997 as part of its agreement with Apple that year to make Internet Explorer for Mac the default browser on the Mac for five years.

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28 June 2009 at 12:23 - Comments