In Windows, is it possible to display file/storage sizes in decimal k, M, G, T; or, to replace K, M, G, T with Ki, Mi, Gi, Ti? (Incidentally, I personally prefer ×2^10 to Ki.)
I have set up a local DNS and the forward zone file looks like this: $TTL 86400 @ IN SOA ns0.mylocal.loc. root.mylocal.loc. ( 2011071001 ;Serial 3600 ;Refresh 1800 ...
Possible Duplicate: What is the difference between a kibibyte, a kilobit, and a kilobyte? If 1 KB (kilobyte) can mean either 1000 bytes or 1024 bytes, And 1 MB (megabyte) can mean either ...
When looking at some job postings for programming and Information Technology, I noticed many list or request "Wintel" experience. Why do they need a new word for this? Why not just "MS Windows" ...
I'm trying to find out what is meant by SNMP indices. I read the following statement on wiki: Index assignments for an SNMP device instance may change from poll to poll mostly as a result of ...
In most (all?) *nix systems there's a directory named /etc, what does etc stand for?
When looking at memory there are a few specifications that I don't understand and was hoping to have clarification on. What do these terms mean, and how do they affect the systems performance? Feel ...
My Google-fu has turned out to be too low in this case, what is "projector" in the following context? It seems to be a particular kind of software or file judging from ...