Monday, February 28, 2011

Tips for Protecting Folders in XP with Password

For those of you who share a computer with others, need extra security to your folders possible? Well, if you have a password to log into Windows XP, this can be used to protect your personal folders can not be accessed for other users. Make sure your hard disk formatted using NTFS.

Thursday, February 24, 2011


Computer Generation I (1940-1959)
Electronic Numerical Integrator and Calculator (ENIAC) is the first generation of digital electronic computers Used for common needs. Pgamroposal oada ENIAC was Designed in 1942, and began to be made in 1943 by Dr. John W. Presper Eckert and John Mauchly at the Moore School of Electrical Engineering (University of Pennsylvania) and was completed in 1946

ENIAC was huge, for placement need space 500m2. ENIAC used 18,000 vacuum tubes, 75,000 relays and switches, 10,000 capacitors, resistors and 70,000. When operated, ENIAC requires electrical power of 140 kilowatts with a weight of more than 30 tons, and occupies a space 167 m2.
Von Neumann Machine
This machine was developed by an expert matamatika John Von Neumann is also a kosultan ENIAC project. This machine was developed starting in 1945 which gives the idea as a stored-program concept, a concept to simplify the process for the program can be represented in a form suitable for storage in memory for all data. This idea is also made almost at the same time by Turing. Next Von Neumann publish it with a new name: the Electronic Discrete Variable Computer (EDVAC).

Design Concepts of Modern Technology

Yanko design ( is a web magazine dedicated to introducing international best modern design, which includes industrial, concepts, technology, interor design, architecture, exhibition and fashion. "It's about the cutting edge and the classic, the new and the rediscovered. It's all about the best."
Below are pictures of the design of technology found on Yanko Design