Tag Archives: Windows

C++ Tutorial 0 Part 2: Some Common Knowledge and History

In the previous tutorial, we downloaded and set up our programming environment.  Some common knowledge about the programming environment that you should know is that IDE stands for Integrated Development Environment and is used to write code in.  IDEs are … Continue reading

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C++ Tutorial 0 Part 1: What You Need to Know Before You Start

This tutorial series is going to assume that you have no programming experience prior to reading the series, but expects you to have basic knowledge about computers.  An example would be knowing how to type on a keyboard and knowing … Continue reading

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Murderbox PC: Is It Really Worth It?

The Murderbox PC. This new brand of computer uses the top of the line hardware with several gigabytes of RAM and overclocked CPUs. The CPU can be as fast as 4.0ghz depending on what model of the PC you buy. … Continue reading

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Browser Wars: They’re Stepping Up Their Game

With the most recent releases of Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Google Chrome, one thing is obvious: Google, Mozilla, and Microsoft are stepping up their game when it comes to their beloved browsers. The real show of this is Google Chrome, which … Continue reading

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Which Programming Lanauge Is Best For Me?

I’ve been getting a lot of questions lately about programming. To be more forward, programming languages in general. The most obvious question and most frequent is: Which programming language is best for me? Also: What programming language should I start … Continue reading

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The Eternal Argument: Which Windows Is Better? The Outside Part 1

The Shell of an operating system is the part of the operating system that you can see.  An example of this would be a new window (or frame for you technical people) that you open, a folder that appears on … Continue reading

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The Eternal Argument: Which Windows Is Better? Under The Hood Part 2

The kernel.  Arguably the most important part of an operating system, this is the part that handles data transfers and information input output.  Continuing from the last post in this mini series, which operating system has the best kernel: Windows … Continue reading

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