Must be a minimum of 100 words each. Each response must contain substantive content and not just filibuster.
1) Chapter 2: Online Backups
Online backups are way different from online syncing such as
cloud Box. That's because online-backup services continually save a
copy of every personal file on your computer to a safe offsite data
center; syncing services copy only items in designated folders with
the aim of distributing clones of those items to your other
computers and mobile devices. I personally use drop box to unload
back up files for my use of my homework or old photos. One thing
that I have noticed is the the data-traffic flow is different as
well. A syncing service like Dropbox uploads file changes from your
computer to its servers, then broadcasts the files.
2) Chapter 2: Computers are toxic
The central processing unit in a computer contains toxic substances, and lead is found in circuit boards. Metal plates and housings may contain chromium, which is used to harden and protect metal plates from corrosion. Motherboards and connectors often contain beryllium. Cadmium is commonly found in chip resistors, semi-conductors, infrared detectors, stabilizers, cables and wires. Circuit boards, switches and relays contain mercury as well chromium. Brominated flame retardants are used in many components, including circuit boards and plastic casings.
Safety and recycling are two very important things when working on or disposing a computer. The article says that most manufacturers offer businesses some form of recycling service. They can offer trade-in discounts or even cash for old equipment. The manufacturer saves money by recovering working parts rather than making new.
3) Some Dos and Donts when Working Inside a Computer Case
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