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Difference Between System Restore and System Recovery
System Restore vs System Recovery   System Restore and System recovery are two protection measures provided in the windows operating system, to repair any damage caused to the operating system making it unstable.    What is System Restore? System restore is a system utility/tools in the Microsoft windows operating... 
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Workstation vs Server   In IT, server and workstation are quite commonly used terms. Both are high performance computers but are used for different purposes.        Server A server is a hardware system or an application that performs defined services to another set of computers connected to it. In... 
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Combinational vs Sequential Logic   Digital electronics is the basis of modern technological advancements. Digital devices are created using the principles of Boolean logic. Boolean logic, based on the nature of the outputs, is separated into combinational logic and sequential logic. Each type of logic can... 
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Volatile vs Nonvolatile Memory   Volatile and non-volatile are classifications in computer memory. Volatile memory is a type of computer memory that requires power to retain the stored information while nonvolatile memory does not require refreshing to retain the memory values. What is Volatile Memory? Volatile... 
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Processor vs Microprocessor   It is a microprocessor (an electronic circuit built on a semiconductor wafer/slab) that is commonly known as the Processor and is termed as the Central Processing Unit of a computer system. It is an electronic chip that processes information based on the inputs. It is able to... 
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NAND Flash vs NOR Flash   Flash memory is one of the most commonly used nonvolatile semiconductor memory types in the modern computing systems and in a wide range of mobile devices and consumer devices. NAND flash and NOR flash are the predominant forms of flash technology. Flash memory technology is an extension... 
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RAM vs Processor   RAM and Processor are two primary components of the computer system. Generally processor comes as a single chip while RAM drives come as a module consisting of several IC`s. Both are semiconductor devices. What is RAM ? RAM stands for Random Access Memory, which is the memory used by the computers... 
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Apple iPhone 5 vs iPhone 5C   Different manufacturers take different time spans between the major releases of their signature products. Since we are talking about a highly evolving industry of smartphones, it’s always wise to update your signature line at least once a year. Hence manufacturers usually take less... 
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Apple iPhone 5S vs iPhone 5C   In the smartphone world, there are few events that catch everyone’s attention. These events are glamorous in nature and tend to involve a lot of marketing before the event in order to create a huge anticipation. This is known to be a technique that boosts the demand for new signature... 
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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 vs Note 3   Samsung has always been an aggressive competitor that uses a diverse range of techniques to maintain their market position. One of their key techniques is to have a spectrum of handsets to address the needs of disparate market segments which ensures that they stay at the... 
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LG G2 vs LG Optimus G Pro   Different manufacturers take different stands on how exactly are they going to market their products. This depends on the industry heavily and, in a highly evolving industry like smartphone industry, most of the manufacturers are struggling with this. The problem here is three... 
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Jailbreak vs Unlock   Today we’ll be talking about a regular confusion that can be seen in Apple iOS users. Often times than not, people tend to use these two terms interchangeably and interpret them as the same thing. This may be because the outcomes of both actions are vaguely similar; providing more... 
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Android 4.2 vs 4.3   An upgrade to an operating system is a significant task for any OS developer. It involves arduous planning and work along with continuous testing to make the OS perfect as possible. This takes a long time, and if you are looking at an overhaul improvement of the OS, it takes even more time. Even... 
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Google New Nexus 7 vs Nexus 7   The operating systems in mobile computing platforms are constantly evolving with continuous major and minor upgrades. Minor upgrades more or less consists of security patches, bug fixes and minor features requests while major updates push the boundaries a little further. Sometimes... 
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Apple iPhone 5 vs iPhone 5S   Different manufacturers take different time spans between the major releases of their signature products. Since we are talking about a highly evolving industry of smartphones, it’s always wise to update your signature line at least once a year. Hence manufacturers usually take less... 
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Motorola Droid Maxx vs Droid Ultra   Motorola has been silent for a long time; frankly as so long as some analysts were wondering what was happening to Motorola. This mentality was to be expected after Google acquired Motorola Mobility section last year for Android enthusiasts expected Motorola to do wonders... 
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