Time is relative, and that’s certainly the case with a computer’s internal clock. In this video, you’ll learn how operating systems count time and how a computer’s timezone setting can change how you look at data.
The time on a computer is relative to a single time stamp, and the time differs depending on the operating system and file system. In this video, you’ll learn some important points to consider when collecting time information from a computer.
You’ve recently received a computer at the United States office that was shipped from the London office, and you need to change the date and currency formats to the local settings. Where can you find the options to modify these configuration settings?
“The network is slow!” Almost everyone in Information Technology has heard the cries of the end user community when their important application begins crawling. Because of the complexities associated with modern application infrastructures, technology professionals are often challenged to determine the source of the slowdown. Is the application sluggishness related to the network, security configuration, the end-user workstations, the server, or the application?