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7 Important Things You're Getting Wrong About Your Computer - Easiest Tech

 One of the most important technology products we have in our day-to-day life is computers. We may or may not understand it and use it. In keeping with the era, we buy new computers and focuses on some misconceptions. Maybe over the years, we have been nurturing this misconception. This article discusses some of the misconceptions that computer users have in mind. Let's see what those misconceptions are -




1. Computer restart

You must restart the computer after installing each program. What if you don't restart? It is almost necessary to restart the PC from the program after installing the program 5 percent of the time, but it is not necessary. However, some things need to be restarted - many times after installing the software the new software may need to be modified to some files that the other program has already locked using, which may require restarting the PC. However, 5 percent of the time such a requirement may be required. So after installing any new program, keep on using the PC comfortably, skip to restart, believe nothing will happen and your computer will run as before.



2. Windows is not secure

If you are a regular on the Internet, you must have heard the phrase, 'There is no security using Windows'. Thousands of YouTubers have made great videos on YouTube. Again bloggers have written a lot about this. The only argument they all have is that Windows is used by most users, so attackers and virus makers always target Windows and create viruses, so when using Windows, there is a chance of being infected with viruses very quickly. Yes, most hackers indeed create a virus with targeting Windows so that it can spread widely together. However, if you keep Windows updated regularly, your data is backed up, then you can be much safer. Remember, most of the hacks or attacks are simply due to your negligence, so Windows is not responsible.


3. Safely eject Pen drive

If you do not click on a Safely ejectable removable disk and eject storage media before pen drive, portable hard drive, flash card computer, hard drive, flash storage media will be corrupted. Such information is incorrect. However, to copy a file to the storage media or unplug it in case the copy is not complete, the media storage may or may not be copied to the copied file.


4. Don't have antivirus!

Many people think my system won't be attacked by the virus until the Resurrection, as I am using antivirus software. Antivirus software is never bulletproof and can not guarantee you that your system will not be infected with a virus. Your precious antivirus program will not be able to detect new viruses or modifying old viruses - because they are not stored in your antivirus 'virus database'. Antivirus detects only those viruses that are already in their database. Current antiviruses can monitor the behavior of a program, whether it is stealing data or trying to disable the system. As antivirus is improving, viruses are becoming smarter at twice their speed. So just because you use an antivirus doesn't mean that you are completely safe. You must practice Best Security.



 5. Internet Speed

Many people think that buying fast internet speeds will load any website much faster and download any file faster. Such an idea is wrong. But if you have an 8-20 Mbps connection then your connection will load the page faster than others and you will get better download speed, but if you have a 5 Mbps line you will not understand any difference. Most of the time, websites do not use very good servers.

 But if you download anything from Google Drive, YouTube, Amazon Cloud, etc. you will surely get much faster speed. May be your desired speed. But other websites limit the bandwidth speed so that it can serve many users simultaneously. They need is a high-speed server to deliver high-speed, which is very expensive.

So sometimes, downloading some downloads from a 1Mbps connection, it shows 1KB downloading per second, this is not a problem with your connection. The server cannot provide you with speed support.


6. Frequently refreshed

Refresh many times as soon as the computer is turned on, refresh to work. But have you ever wondered what these refreshes? If your PC is not fast, then it can be slow. You know, every time you refresh, all the icons and files in your window are reloaded. It wastes computing power. So protect your hand and mouse from refreshing, refreshing, refreshing.


7. RAM

The more RAM the better. Yes, that is true. However, always having more means is not more beneficial. If you are a mediocre computing person, then 2GB of RAM will be enough for all your work. Now if you use RAM Hungarian applications such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere, or Virtual Machine, then it is ideal for you to have more RAM. But if you think more RAM means a faster PC then it will not work for you.

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