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How Much Slower Will My PC Become After Meltdown And Spectre...

The Meltdown and Spectre CPU flaws have dominated the technology world over the past two weeks. After initial speculation that only Intel CPUs were...

What’s Inside My Computer — Different Components Of A Computer

A computer is made up of different components like the motherboard, processor, display, RAM, etc. Each component has to do its own set of...

OSPF (Open Shortest Path First) Routing Protocol & Its Stages

OSPF (Open Shortest Path First) is a link state routing Protocol, a type of the Internal Gateway Protocol (IGP), which was designed to scale...

DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol): How Does it Work?

DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. As the name suggests, this protocol is used to dynamically assign an IP address to a new...

Connection-Oriented Vs Connection-Less Service: Differences And Working Functionalities

When we talk about the service of a layer to another layer, there are two kinds of services regarding connection a layer provides to another. ...

RIP (Routing Information Protocol) : A Fundamental Overview

Routing Information Protocol (RIP) is one of the earliest routing protocols which was a part of the Interior Gateway Protocols. It can also be...

Can A VPN Bypass Net Neutrality Rollback And Throttling? — Here...

Defying the advice from security and technology experts, the Federal Communications Commission has repealed the net neutrality rules by a...

Routing: How Do Packets Travel And What Happens Inside a Router?

If we talk about the computer networks, then it is incomplete without Routing. It is often said that the Routing is the backbone of...

What Is Litecoin? How Has It Beaten Bitcoin’s Growth To Reach...

Before knowing about Litecoin and its exponential growth, I'd like to tell you about the term "Altcoin." As its name tries to give away...

Spanning Tree Protocol (STP): Know Operation Basics of This Network Protocol

STP, which stands for Spanning Tree Protocol, is a network layer protocol that helps in building a logical loop-free topology for the ethernet networks....