There is a lot of misinformation out there concerning Apples OSX’s operating system. For instance, many people believe that most software that runs on Windows can’t run on a Mac. In the past, this may have been true, but most major software programs, including Microsoft’s Office suite have been ported over to OSX. Even many game makers are now making Mac versions. Sometimes there may be a program that doesn’t have a large enough user base to make a Mac version. For those instances there are options. Window’s can be run as a virtual machine using programs like “Parallels” or you can install Windows in a dual boot environment using “Boot Camp”.

Well I will try and answer this the best that I can. Basically a computer can consist of two broad categories, hardware and software and the way a computer works is between these two working together. I will oultine them both briefly below.

Not only should you have power in your opening document, but each letter should be different. They should be different for each letter for each company and each letter for different people within one company. Within a company there are usually screeners looking at these resumes before they get to the hiring manager. Even if you send it directly to a hiring manager there may be an assistant who screens it first. Sometimes this one screener will get multiple copies of your resume sent to them from hiring managers that you have sent your resume to. You don’t want it to look like you took shortcuts.

I asked these questions when I was in the process of buying a gaming computer for myself this year. I personally just love computer games. I am just fascinated by how far the gaming industry has come. It’s literally a miracle in its own right. What’s even more intriguing is the graphics engine these days. Seriously, sometimes it gets difficult for me to tell the difference between 3D graphic and the real world. I have never liked playing games on low or even medium graphics. I always want the games to be running on high graphics on my computer.

There’s a difference between the HP / Microsoft Slate and the Apple iPad, though. Apple’s iPad is basically a big iPhone that can’t make phone calls, while the Slate is a small Windows PC that doesn’t have its own keyboard. That’s a lot bigger of a difference than you’d think.

As early as 1965, Intel co-founder Gordon E. Moore described the trend he saw of the number of transistors on computer chips doubling every year; although the time-frame differs (some say it’s every 18 months, some say every 2 years), the fact remains that computer chips are increasing their capacity furiously with no signs of stopping.