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How To Apply Basic Computer Terms by Herbiedemmy(m): 12:44pm On Aug 06, 2017
There are millions of computer users out there, in computer there are some basic terms which computer users need to know for example.
Backup copy: A copy of a file or data set that is or kept for reference in case the original file or data set is destroyed.
Computer System: It’s the combination of hardware, software and humanware that are required to interact with one another to computerize a task or an operation.
DBMS (Data base Management System) is a computer program that creates, organises, and maintains a database.
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Re: How To Apply Basic Computer Terms by otakulin: 11:32am On Aug 16, 2017
As far as I see, a reliable and powerful backup solution is the best way to keep your valuable data.
Check aomei backupper, the easiest backup software to ensure data security with easy and fast operations.

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