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CamScanner Alternatives

Shirjeel Yunus
Updated on 28-Mar-2023 11:38:49
What is CamScanner? CamScanner is a scanner app which can convert your mobile into a portable scanner. The scanner will use the OCR to recognize text and it will help you in improving your productivity and saving time. Documents of any format can be shared. These formats include PDF, JPG, TXT, and many more. The app is available on Google Play Store and Apple App Store. The app has the features of cropping images, converting one format to another, and editing documents easily. Cost of CamScanner The app is available for free but if you want to use extra features, ... Read More

Difference between WWW and PUBLIC_HTML

Md. Sajid
Updated on 06-Mar-2023 11:05:45
When it comes to web hosting and website building, you may have heard the terms "WWW" and "PUBLIC_HTML" before. First, PUBLIC_HTML is the root directory for your website, while WWW is a subdirectory. This means that anything placed in the PUBLIC_HTML directory will be publicly accessible, while anything in the WWW directory will not be. Second, the WWW directory is usually used for storing website files that are not meant to be directly accessed by users, such as images or other media files. The PUBLIC_HTML directory is typically used for storing the main pages of your website that users will ... Read More

Difference between JPEG and PSD

Md. Sajid
Updated on 17-Feb-2023 17:11:49
The JPEG and PSD are the two famous image file formats which is available in the market. Both image file formats contain the different significant features which allows the users to choose the one depending on their requirements. We have many image file formats in the market but these two are famous comparing to the others image file formats. While using the JPEG file is compressed there is a chances of losing the original data, but in the PSD there is no chance of losing the original data. PSD is a file format used by the Adobe Photoshop. It's a ... Read More

DNS Resource Records

Satish Kumar
Updated on 06-Feb-2023 20:38:58
Overview DNS records (short for "Domain Name System records") are types of data that are stored in the DNS database and used to specify information about a domain, such as its IP address and the servers that handle its email. There are several different types of DNS records, including A records, MX records, CNAME records, and others, each with its own specific purpose. A record (short for "address record") maps a domain or subdomain to an IP address. For example, the domain "" might have an A record that maps it to the IP address "". When someone types "" ... Read More

Domain Resource Records

Satish Kumar
Updated on 06-Feb-2023 20:38:13
Domain Resource Records (DNS records) are entries in the Domain Name System (DNS) that specify the location of a server, the mail server responsible for a domain, or other information about a domain. There are several types of DNS records, including − A records − A records map a domain name to an IP address. CNAME records − CNAME records allow you to specify an alias for a domain name. MX records − MX records specify the mail server responsible for a domain. NS records − NS records specify the name servers for a domain. TXT records − TXT ... Read More

Difference Between SharePoint vs. Citrix ShareFile

Pavan Sharma
Updated on 19-Jan-2023 16:17:01
Web-based collaborative platforms are online tools and platforms that enable online real-time collaboration and teamwork. The features and functionalities offered by these systems often include document sharing, task management, communication, and project tracking. Because they offer a practical and adaptable means for people to work together and share information regardless of location, web-based collaboration platforms are being used more and more in a number of situations, including corporations, education, and other organizations. Teams who need to collaborate with external partners and stakeholders or who are geographically dispersed may find web-based collaborative tools to be very helpful. By improving the cooperation ... Read More

Difference between Opacity and Flow

Md. Sajid
Updated on 19-Jan-2023 14:09:49
The fundamental distinction between 'opacity' and 'flow' would be that 'opacity' determines the limit of darkness in addition to opaqueness, whereas 'flow' controls how rapidly the color is applied. Imagine flow to be a dial that controls how much water flows from the faucet. If you use 100%, you obtain all of the colors in one shot, but when you select a lower Flow, you receive lighter streaks that aggregate until the opacity limit. In Photoshop, Opacity is accessible in both layer settings and the navigation menu, while the flow is only accessible in the menu bar beside Opacity. The ... Read More

Difference between MMC and SD Interface

Md. Sajid
Updated on 19-Jan-2023 14:14:40
We frequently notice an SD/MMC slot when we look at card readers. As a result, it makes one wonder what is the difference between MMC and SD interface? Many common characteristics and physical and electrical standards between MMC and SD cards are the same. The commands at the software level are the primary area where the two standards vary. Numerous hosts can support MMC and SD cards using the same socket due to their similarity. Actually, the MMC standard gave rise to SD. Although they no longer have identical sets of commands, the two are still electrically compatible. SD kept ... Read More

Difference Between Handbrake and Freemake Video Converter

Md. Sajid
Updated on 19-Jan-2023 14:28:29
Nowadays, there is no need to spend a lot of money just to convert your films and store them on your smartphone or even other devices. There's really software available that performs the job rather effectively and is free. Handbrake and Freemake video converters are two examples of this. The main difference between Handbrake and Freemake is indeed the platforms aboutwhich they operate. Freemake is exclusively available for Windows users. Handbrake, on the other hand, is cross-platform and is accessible to Windows, Mac, and Linux users. Handbrake's lone advantage in this comparison is that it is multi-platform. Starting with the ... Read More

Peer to Peer Networks

Satish Kumar
Updated on 09-Jan-2023 17:58:58
A peer-to-peer (P2P) network is a type of network in which each participant (or "peer") can act as both a client and a server, allowing them to share resources and information directly with one another without the need for a central server. P2P networks are decentralized, meaning that there is no central authority or organization that controls the network or its resources. In a P2P network, each peer has equal status and can connect to any other peer on the network. Peers can share a variety of resources, including files, data, and computing power, with one another. P2P networks are ... Read More
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