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Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) in Windows and its Common Stop Error Codes

Manish Kumar Saini
Updated on 24-Jul-2023 14:33:14


What is the Blue Screen of Death? Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) is an error screen which displayed due to driver error or hardware failure in a Windows OS based computer system. It is called BSOD because it is one of the critical system errors at the Windows Kernel level. Hence, the system cannot be recovered from it. The following picture depicts a Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) with a stop error code “CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED”. Whenever the Blue Screen of Death error occurs, the system stops working and a blue screen is displayed with an error message. The error message ... Read More

What is the abstract view of the components of a computer system?

Bhanu Priya
Updated on 25-Nov-2021 11:14:18

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A computer system consists of many resources like hardware and software, which are useful to complete a task. The common required resources are input/output devices, memory, file storage space, CPU etc.The operating system acts as a manager for all the above resources and allocates them to specific programs and users, whenever necessary to perform a particular task. Therefore, the operating system is the resource manager that means it can manage the resources of a computer system internally. The resources are processor, memory, files, and I/O devices.An operating system is the interface between the user and the machine. Before there were ... Read More

Difference between Write-Output and Write-Host command in PowerShell?

Chirag Nagrekar
Updated on 11-Nov-2020 12:48:52

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Have we ever wondered, Write-Output and Write-Host both are used to print the strings or the output of the command then what is the difference between them?ExamplePS C:\> Write-Output "Test String" Test String PS C:\> Write-Host "Test String" Test StringThe output remains the same.The first major difference is storing the output using the Pipeline structure. Write-Output and Write-Host both support the pipeline structure for example, Example"Test String" | Write-Output Test String "Test String" | Write-Host Test StringThe output remains the same.The first major difference is storing the output using the Pipeline structure. Write-Output and Write-Host both support the pipeline ... Read More

Fping – A Command-Line Tool to Ping Hosts In Parallel on Ubuntu

karthikeya Boyini
Updated on 20-Jan-2020 09:53:44


Fping is a program to send ICMP echo probes to network hosts, it is similar to ping hence, it allows users to check if a remote host is up or down.Using Fping command, we can check multiple hosts at a time. This article describes “How to install Fping command and uses of Fping command”Installing Fping commandTo install Fping command, use the following command –$ sudo apt-get install fpingThe sample output should be like this –Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer required:    gtk2-engines-pixbuf libbs2b0 libopusfile0 ... Read More

Why Jira Software Became So Popular?

Samual Sam
Updated on 20-Apr-2022 12:24:38


Since the year 2002, an amazing tool is being used by many organizations for issue tracking, bug tracking, and project management functions. Yes, you are right! we are talking about Jira software. Jira is a popular issue tracking and project management tool developed by Atlassian.History behind the NameYou may be aware that Jira is not an acronym; actually, it is a part of the word “Gojira” which means Godzilla in the Japanese language.Later, as many organizations moved towards agile processes and practices, the popularity of Jira software increased to manifolds. That’s because Jira software has many supporting features to the ... Read More

Is the popular saying 'Everything is an object in Java' true?

siddhartha kotamraju
Updated on 27-Jun-2020 08:46:28


Although it is based on C++, Java is more of a “pure” object-oriented language. In Java, everything extends into an Object class. It means the coding is mostly wrapped in Java objects. The Java language assumes that you want to do only object-oriented programming.You cannot code anything in Java without declaring classes and objects.For example, if you have to say a small sentence "Hello World", it should be declared as a class:class HelloWorldApp {    public static void main(String[] args) {       System.out.println("Hello World!"); // Display the string.    } }Because more than 90% of coding involves objects, ... Read More