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PostSubject: Drivers 101 - Gateway Motorists.   Thu Oct 13, 2011 1:07 pm

Technology is a very interesting subject, and what is more interesting is the news that the personal computer provides evolved from its rather utilitarian purpose it had many years ago to the particular chameleonic all in solution that it's today. Previously, computers were used for mainly office work, simple calculations, word processing, printing, and surfing the web. Games were available, but of course they were limited towards simple incarnations like Blackjack in addition to Solitaire, which meant that the computer had a virtually focused existence.
The internet itself was a massive addition some time within the late 1980s, when it began to creep into the more affluent households and it soon became a all over the world phenomenon. Now the computer is no longer just a glorified office environment; manufacturers all over the whole world have come together and also created a multimedia, all in one, strategic solution that may be used for any application.
Now, this article would become more for the home PERSONAL COMPUTER user, and perhaps some industries too but what it does not cover are the seriously computers or bespoke machines utilized by really tech savvy companies or individuals who use it for service application.
For the typical home user, we can split them into several categories of heavy users, but the three main ones would be those who use it for design/multimedia work, home entertainment or pure gaming. For these three groups of people, the amount of hardware on the computer varies and can number much more than ten. For example, the designer or the multimedia would need extra storage, a pretty powerful graphics processor, extra RAM, a multi cored chip as well as design specific software not to mention hardware. The home entertainment aficionado would need a very powerful sound card that supports a lot more than 5 speakers, remote managed audio and multimedia hubs, a high speed DVD drive at the very least, expensive speakers, a large screen (or hooked up to a LCD or plasma flat screen television along with a high speed modem pertaining to content download.
The gamer is the one with the most needs, with the latest screaming giant of the graphics card, loads associated with ram, extra hard disks, sound cards, game specific mouse, speaker set ups, a whole host of software drivers to improve performance. What all three configurations have in common is their heavy use of drivers, which even you will notice as you install latest hardware and certain computer software, is that problems like missing or corrupt car owners might sometimes appear.
You can resolve this by the use of gateway drivers. Windows keeps a collection of gateway drivers that it stores within the hard disk, so it can automatically recognise different hardware when plugged in and install the drivers for you. If that is not enough, there are websites with a large variety of catalogued drivers from every major and medium corporation out there commonly used with Windows xp.
These drivers are ones own gateway to less headaches when employing a large variety of equipment. There are many of those websites online regarding these kinds of drivers, and all you need to find them is to input ‘ gateway drivers’ into a search engine.
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