10%, and no, there are no exceptions to the free disk space requirement.
10%, and yes there are exceptions to the free disk space requirement found in a cmd switch forcing a disk defragmentation.
15%, and no, there are no exceptions to the free disk space requirement.
15%, and yes there are exceptions to the free disk space requirement found in a cmd switch forcing a disk defragmentation.
20%, and yes there are exceptions to the free disk space requirement found in a cmd switch forcing a disk defragmentation.
600X400, only one selection
800X400, there are two selections
640X480, there are two selections
1024X720, only one selection
Safe Mode will not affect monitor resolution
Yes, as long as the voltages and current draw are the same.
No, seriously over rating the available wattage could cause damage to parts that are rated for lower wattages such as switches and lights and other electrical components.
Situational, The higher wattage will have no affect on the operation of the computer if all other specifications remain constant.
TRUE, their are some OEM's that use "high yield" cartridges for the same models.
FALSE, all cartridges of the same models are filled the same.
Every OEM fill is random, therefore each cartridge is unique to its own fluid level.
Terminator A/Terminator B
No termination is needed with RIMM technology.
After each 20 hours of use.
PC3200 is not a vaild standard.
There is no special name for this designated area.
Keyboards do not use IRQ's
These are not valid IP addresses.
MAC addresses are not used in network addressing.
An over-clocked server that is delivering the maximal high speed output rate available/(13.2 Gbps)
A users favorite area in the house/(533 Mbps)
A wireless network line that is being pirated by another user/(2-11 Gbps)
There is no such term as "hot Spot" in wireless technology.
Usually an open non-secured common wireless network found in public areas/(2-11 Mbps)
100 meters/63/fiber optics
Standard serial cables are no longer used.
There is no maximum.
Both (B) and (C)
Both (A) and (B)
True white resolution