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DisplayPort is a standardised, universal and licence-free connection for the transmission of digital image and sound signals.
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The BIOS (basic input/output system) is the firmware on x86 PCs.
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DISM is a Software-Tool.
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The diskpart command interpreter helps you to manage your computer's drives.
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Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM) is a driver architecture for graphics card drivers.
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Extreme Memory Profiles are supposed to improve the utilization of the memory speed.
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Component Object Model (COM) is a technique developed by Microsoft to exchange information between processes in Windows.
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An IGP performs the same tasks as a separate graphics card.
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An EC is an IC that controls various low-level tasks in a system.
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M.2 is a specification from 2013 for internally mounted computer expansion cards and associated connectors.
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Miracast is a peer-to-peer wireless screencast standard.
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DirectX provides a collection of application programming interfaces.
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Modern Standby is a power-saving mode introduced with Windows 10.
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Today's personal computers (PCs) usually have hard disk storage built directly into the computer's casing, where they store their directories and files.
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SMB is a network protocol for file, print and other server services in computer networks.
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The dual sim technology enables the usage of two sim cards.
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BitLocker drive encryption is a security feature of Microsoft Windows.
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The TPM is a chip that adds basic security features to a computer or similar device.
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In a system-on-a-chip, all programmable electrical functions of a system are represented on one chip.
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The Network File System is a protocol, that enables access to files via a network.
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