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  • 16164-bit — CPUs have existed in supercomputers since the 1960s and in RISC based workstations and servers since the early 1990s. In 2003 they were introduced to the (previously 32 bit) mainstream personal computer arena, in the form of the x86 64 and 64 bit …

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  • 162X86 memory segmentation — refers to the implementation of memory segmentation on the x86 architecture. Memory is divided into portions that may be addressed by a single index register without changing a 16 bit segment selector. In real mode or V86 mode, a segment is… …

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  • 163PIC microcontroller — PIC microcontrollers in DIP and QFN packages …

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  • 164Link aggregation — between a switch and a server Link aggregation or trunking or link bundling or Ethernet/network/NIC bonding[1] or NIC teaming are computer networking umbrella terms to describe various methods of combining (aggregating) multiple network… …

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  • 165Hybrid kernel — is a kernel architecture based on combining aspects of microkernel and monolithic kernel architectures used in computer operating systems. The category is controversial due to the similarity to monolithic kernel; the term has been dismissed by… …

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  • 166Windows Vista networking technologies — This article is part of a series on Windows Vista New features Overview Technical and core system Security and safety Networking technologies I/O technologies Management and administration Removed features …

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  • 167Bluetooth — This article is about the electronic protocol. For the medieval King of Denmark, see Harald I of Denmark. Bluetooth logo Bluetooth is a proprietary open wireless technology standard for exchanging data over short distances (using short wavelength …

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  • 168Motorola 6800 — Motorola MC6800 Microprocessor. The 6800 was an 8 bit microprocessor designed and first manufactured by Motorola in 1974. The MC6800 microprocessor was part of the M6800 Microcomputer System that also included serial and parallel interface ICs,… …

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  • 169Memory segmentation — is the division of computer memory into segments or sections. Segments or sections are also used in object files of compiled programs when they are linked together into a program image, or the image is loaded into memory. In a computer system… …

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  • 170Master boot record — A master boot record (MBR) is a type of boot sector popularized by the IBM Personal Computer.[1] It consists of a sequence of 512 bytes located at the first sector of a data storage device such as a hard disk. MBRs are usually placed on storage… …

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  • 171Safari (web browser) — Safari Safari 5.1 on Mac OS X Lion Developer(s) …

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  • 172IBM 700/7000 series — The IBM 700/7000 series was a series of large scale (mainframe) computer systems made by IBM through the 1950s and early 1960s. The series included several different, incompatible processor architectures. The 700s used vacuum tube logic and were… …

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  • 173Conventional memory — Memory areas of the IBM PC family. In DOS memory management, conventional memory, also called base memory, is the first 640 kilobytes (640 × 1024 bytes) of the memory on IBM PC or compatible systems. It is the read write memory usable by the… …

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  • 174Internet Explorer 7 — Windows Internet Explorer 7 A component of Microsoft Windows Interne …

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  • 175NAR 2 — (Serbian Nastavni Računar 2, en. Educational Computer 2) was a theoretical model of a 32 bit word computer created by Faculty of Mathematics of University of Belgrade professor Nedeljko Parezanović as an enhacement to its predecessor, NAR 1. It… …

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  • 176Control register — A control register is a processor register which changes or controls the general behavior of a CPU or other digital device. Common tasks performed by control registers include interrupt control, switching the addressing mode, paging control, and… …

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  • 177Windows 2000 — Part of the Microsoft Windows family Screenshot of Windows 2000 Professional …

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  • 178Paging — This article is about computer virtual memory. For the wireless communication devices, see Pager . Bank switching is also called paging. Page flipping is also called paging. For calling people in a public place see Public address. In computer… …

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  • 179Reverse path forwarding — (RPF) is a technique used in modern routers for the purposes of ensuring loop free forwarding of multicast packets in multicast routing and to help prevent IP address spoofing in unicast routing. Contents 1 Multicast RPF 2 Unicast RPF (uRPF) 2.1 …

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  • 180Security and safety features new to Windows Vista — There are a number of security and safety features new to Windows Vista, most of which are not available in any prior Microsoft Windows operating system release.Beginning in early 2002 with Microsoft s announcement of their Trustworthy Computing… …

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