One of the most common problems we see here at Armor is failing hard drives, and more often than not, the customer does not have a backup of their data. If you do not wish to lose your data, you need to have a backup. Most people are surprised by the failure of their hard drive. However, the hard drive itself is the most complicated part of the computer. There is an electro-mechanical arm that reads data on a disk spinning at thousands of RPMs, which is thermally expanding and contracting inside the hard drive.
This blog post is a follow-up to the Armor Techs Podcast S2E4 and outlines all of the features of the Search Engines we discussed. For readability's sake, I'll be splitting this post into the same two sections as the Podcast: the Consumer and Internet Marketing side of Getting Good at Google.
Welcome back! Or if this is your first time here, WELCOME TO THE GLORIOUS WORLD OF ARMOR'S BLOG! One of our goals at Armor is to bring you helpful and valuable tech information that you can use in your everyday life. Today, I want to talk to you about the beginning steps to becoming a professional photographer. Today's post is to help get people out of their automatic-setting comfort zone into manual. Now, let's begin.