How many people give their Internet browsers much thought? Chances are that unless they’re directly involved in the IT industry, and the Internet is like mother’s milk to them, not many people do. This means that when new upgrades come out, many consumers are likely to ignore them.
Computer users have lost data under very bizarre circumstances.
There’s a funny dichotomy going on between Internet and users that has some rather non-funny implications.
The first hard disk drive on the planet, the r.a.m.a.c (random access memory for accounting and control), was made by IBM in the nineteen fifties.
Most popular and commonly used, can be likened to taking a photograph of the disk. The image can be used to restore information in the case of data being lost. A disk image is information copied exactly from the file system and partition tables…