The acquisition of a computer, laptop or other gadget is a responsible undertaking. Even in the new technology, there may be obvious and hidden defects. Dead (or dead) pixels – a common malfunction that violates the integrity of the image on the display. If a single cell does not work, then the change in image quality with the naked eye, as a rule, is not recorded. But if a group of pixels is damaged, then the perception of the picture is impaired.
Defective pixels form a black, white or color dot, which distracts when working on a PC and interferes with video viewing. The cause of the defect is a malfunction of the matrix elements. In this regard, each potential buyer of an electronic device needs to know how to check the monitor for dead pixels. Continue reading
How to properly configure the monitor (brightness, contrast, color)
All modern OSs are built on a graphical interface, so the key aspect in the work is the correct calibration of the monitor. Productivity, image quality and the ability of the eyes to withstand the load longer depends on a quality image. If you want to keep your eyesight, follow the simple tips below.
It’s worth mentioning right away that modern LCD and TFT monitors are almost impossible to fine-tune. All the characteristics in them are “out of the box”, minor parameters can be corrected, but even this is Continue reading
A domain controller provides centralized management of network devices, that is, domains. The controller stores all the information from the accounts and parameters of network users. These are security settings, local policies, and many others. This is a kind of server that completely controls a particular network or network group. A domain controller is, in a way, a set of special software that runs various Active Directory services. The controllers run certain operating systems, such as Windows server 2003. The Active Drive Installation Wizard allows you to create domain controllers.
The Windows NT operating system, as the primary server, uses the primary domain controller. Other Continue reading