Maggie is a lifelong geek. She loves sharing tips and tricks about new technology and enjoys everything related to computers. Also an avid bookworm and you can always find her, in her favorite laboratory tinkering with computers, smartphones and other devices.
DNS is an acronym for the Domain Name System. It is a client/server network communication system, in-charge of translating Internet domains and hostnames to IP addresses and vice-versa. Imagine the DNS as a directory keeping records of IP addresses and converting them as and when required. To ensure that DNS servers are constantly in [...]
Browsers have come a long way since their early days when parsing and rendering html pages was their primary function. Even today we can find command line browsers like Lynx on that still follow the same principles of navigating through URLs in a web page. However today browsers do much more than just render and display web pages. [...]
Microsoft Word is a word processing application bundled in the Microsoft Office Suite offered by Microsoft. The singular purpose of the application is to help users create, edit and manage documents through a rich interface of functions. This intuitive approach to editing documents makes it the most popular word processor in the market. [...]
Dynamic link libraries are files that contain data, code, or resources needed for the running of applications. These are files that are created by the windows ecosystem and can be shared between two or more applications. When a program or software runs on Windows, much of how the application works depends on the DLL files of the [...]
The Windows Update Catalog is a resources that allows access to various files to be used with the Windows operating system. It supports the networking protocols found in Windows NT, as well. The current Windows 10 release is supported by the system. Since the update catalog website is current all the time, it is a single source for all [...]