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What is a Software Driver?What is a Software Driver?
A software driver is a type of software program that controls a hardware device. On any computer, smartphone, tablet, different hardware components that are part of the computer and attached devices need to communicate with each other for a computer to function and work. . . . keep reading

What is Windows 10?What is Windows 10?
Windows 10 is Microsoft's latest version of the Windows operating system for personal computers, tablets, and smartphones. It will be available to the general public on July 29, 2015, and is a free upgrade for users of Windows 7 and Windows 8. . . . keep reading

What is High Dynamic Range (HDR)?What is High Dynamic Range (HDR)?
High Dynamic Range (HDR) is a photo editing technique for combining multiple photos of a scene into a new image with better image details. It's an option on many smartphone cameras that often confuses people who think HDR stands for High Definition Resolution. . . . keep reading

What is Spoofing?What is Spoofing?
Spoofing refers to the impersonation of a legitimate source of information by an imposter. Spoofing usually occurs for the purpose of fraudulent or illegal activity and appears most frequently as an email message that appears to be from a known source, but is actually from an imposter. . . . keep reading

What is Clickbait?What is Clickbait?
Clickbait is a derogatory term that describes low-quality content on websites that exists for the purpose of getting attention and enticing people to "click" with their mouse to view the content. Think of clickbait as misleading headlines of a sensational or curiosity providing nature that are designed to encourage people to click and read more, but the article or content isn't high-quality information. . . . keep reading