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The Pros And Cons Of The All-in-one Computer Versus Traditional Desktops

  • Posted on September 25, 2017 at 10:56 pm

There are many choices in the computer market with different models and designs all created for different benefits and uses. Computer manufacturers design systems made for all possible uses with a variety of features to perform any type of computing task. There are also different models and designs available and a whole mobile sector that makes it easy to compute from anywhere without being tied to a plug.

As far as desktop systems go there are two main designs, the all-in-one and the traditional desktop computer system. Each has its own benefits and pros and cons. The choice sometimes comes down to how and for what the computer will be primarily used.

The all-in-one model is where the monitor and CPU are part of one unit so you do not have a CPU tower and a separate monitor that takes up more space as is the case with the traditional desktop system. The all-in-one eliminates the bulky and messy cables and connection wires that are part of the traditional set up.

There are some important differences between an all-in-one desktop computer and a traditional desktop computer. The traditional desktop is big and bulky. It can take up a lot of room, especially when you have a limited amount of space, with the CPU tower, plus the monitor as well as other peripherals, such as a printer or scanner.

The all-in-one also has no cables except for the power cord and peripheral cables and so it creates much less clutter under your desk. Overall the all-in-one desktop is able to provide you with much more space because of its compactness and size, which makes it much more space friendly. Another benefit of them is the fact that they come with notebook computer components, which require less power and generate less heat and so they save on power, which saves some money.

There are some cons with the all-in-one models. As opposed to the traditional desktop computer, which has plenty of room for expansion such as adding a hard drive or more memory, the compactness of the all-in-one leaves little room for it. So while the all-in-one is more efficient, it is less upgradeable. But unless you need a lot of features or you are a power user, the all-in-one because is a great choice for aesthetics, space and power saving benefits. However, for extreme gamers or power users the traditional system is a better choice.

Computer Science And Information Technology – The Two Emerging Branches Of Engineering

  • Posted on September 25, 2017 at 3:37 am

In the new millennium, computers have assumed as strategic importance in this corporate world. Today there is a great demand of highly qualified IT professionals. The responsibility of an IT professional is to involve in data management, computer hardware, database and software design, management and administration of the entire system and much more. In Bachelors in computers, there are two branches of engineering i.e. Computer science and Information Technology. In computer science, we study the principles of engineering that involve in the design, engineering, development, integration and testing of a computer system at almost all levels. This branch of engineering also involves applied areas of Maths and science, electrical and electronics theory, materials engineering and programming fundamentals. On the other hand, in Information technology, we study the usage of computers and similar devices like electronic and communications for processing and distributing information by many different means. Here, we are trying to provide you some information about these engineering branches that may help you in selecting the right branch for you.

B.Tech (Computer Science) is basically a study of computers where we learn about hardware and operating systems like multitasking kernels, data buses, registers, address buses etc. On the other hand, Information technology involves in information manipulation and the business requirements.
B.Tech (computer science) concerns with the principles and concepts that are essential for the growth of IT and it is an academic study of software and hardware concepts. In B.Tech (information technology), some specific purposes may have to be studied.
With computer science, we can better understand how to solve the computer problems and information technology is the study of technology which drives information systems for business.
Computer science actually tells what is a computer and how it works whereas information technology is what and how can I do with computers?
Sharda Group of Institutions also provides B.Tech (computer science) and B.Tech (Information Technology) programs. At this institute, B.Tech (Computer science/Information Technology) 2009 admission has been started. The eligibility criteria for this program is class 12 with minimum 50% marks. The selection of a candidate will be based on Online exam (SURE)/Sharda Scholarship Carnival . The SGI Institute believes in delivering high quality education with the help of its accomplished teaching staff.