What could be the possible reasons why Android phones are considered perhaps to be slower that Windows phones? How do one technically explain this in plain words or terms to an ordinary person or lay man for a better understanding? What goes into the architectural structure of an Android OS and that of Windows OS? Is there any technical advice that could be given to either Windows or Android that could go a long way to enhance their development? Thank you.
Hello! I am using Samsung tab 4 on a 3G network. The problem is that I am failing to download anything from the play store through this tab. It was working fine before but now it shows errors. I tried to download apps using Wi-Fi network but the problem was still there. The screen says ‘Downloading’ and it keeps saying that for hours. I am always stuck there. Please Help! Thanks in advance!
At present, my laptop is running Windows 8 with 4GB RAM on it. I looked on my Task Manager and it shows 50MB is already used but yet, it also says, 85 to 93% is also used up. I'm not quite sure which is which and it makes me so confused. Also, recently, when I start my laptop, the RAM is normally around 27% is used with some processes. But this time, it's 90% without the processes. Is this an issue with my RAM? What is taking too much memory?
Hi! What is the difference between hardware devices which have multiple processors and those which have multiple cores? All the smartphones that are being used today contain multi cores? Is it possible to have smartphones with multi processors too? Which technique is better? I hope they are not the same techniques.
Hi! Has anyone heard about the computer that is being built these days which is being called the fastest computer ever built in the history of computers? So I wanted to know more about it and let me know about your opinions. I have read that the boot time of this computer will be much like the blink of an eye. As soon as you will press the start button, the home screen will open at that very instant. But is it really possible to create such a crazy computer? I mean how are they doing it, by using some extreme amount of RAM?
Hello! So today I read this very interesting thing on Internet and I wanted to hear other opinions. The machines and applications that are being developed these days, they are very much capable to make their own decisions and sometimes make decisions for us too like Siri etc. So with the passage of time we are making machines which have their own capacity to make decisions and to be more simple, they have the ability to think. Is it possible that sometime in future machines may start rebelling against human race and a strange kind of war between humans and machines, it is possible right? A lot of influential people like Bill Gates have said that it is actually a possibility.