Tagged: CPU

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BIOS and UEFI explained, all you need to know about

BIOS and UEFI are two of a kind, but completely different from each other. They serve one major purpose: booting the machine and they do it in different ways and with different options. Without them, all...

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How to install ESXi nested inside ProxMox VE

So, one of the tasks I had to complete this past week was: Install an ESXi hypervisor in a virtual machine, on top of a Proxmox VE 4 infrastructure. This post documents the process (since I...

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What is a Virtual Machine?

One of the biggest revolutions in the IT industry was Virtual Machines. The capability of using a machine to host different operating systems (and consequently parallelize workloads) opened a whole new world. But what is a...

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How to build a computer – Phase 3: operating system

This is the third article of a series: how to build a computer. In case you missed them here are the first article and the second article. In this last article: the installation of the operating...

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How to build a computer – Phase 2: Assembling

This is the second article of a series: how to build a computer. For the first post click here. In this article we’ll speak about putting the pieces together: assemble!

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How to build a computer – Phase 1: Planning

Building a computer is a fundamental skill of intermediate users: gamers, enthusiasts, amateurs, but also IT students and aspiring System Administrators. In this article you will find how to plan and build a computer as well...

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Linux 4.3 changes

Linux 4.3 might not be as exciting as the 4.2 release, however it packs many changes that will ease the life of new hardware.

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32 vs 64 bit: CPU, Operating System and Apps

One of the most asked questions by newbies is “What difference is there between 32 and 64 bit?”, followed by “Is 64 better than 32 bit?” and many others. In this article written for intermediate users...