What’s the difference between BIOS and CMOS?

A complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) is a type of integrated circuit technology. The term is often used to refer to a battery-powered chip found in many personal computers that holds some basic information, including the date and time and system configuration settings, needed by the basic input/output system (BIOS) to start the computer. BIOS […]

Security Architecture of Windows

There are three components of Windows Security: 1. LSA (Local Security Authority):- LSA is the Central Part of NT Security. It is also known as Security Subsystem. The Local Security Authority or LSA is a key component of the logon process in both Windows NT and Windows 2000. In Windows 2000, the LSA is responsible […]

What is Email Security?

Email server software like Post cast Server, Hmailserver, Surge mail, etc can be used to convert your Desktop PC into an Email sending server.HMailServer is an Email server for Microsoft Windows. It allows you to handle all your Email yourself without having to rely on an Internet service provider (ISP) to manage it. Compared to […]

How Email Works?

Email sending and receiving is controlled by the Email servers. All Email service providers configure Email Server before anyone can Sign into his or her account and start communicating digitally. Once the servers are ready to go, users from across the world register in to these Email servers and setup an Email account. When they […]

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