2 Stroke Engine vs. 4 Stroke Engine

2 stroke engine vs 4 stroke engine

A pressure stroke packs the fuel which then blasts in a 2 stroke. The arrival stroke, called the force stroke, is driven by the blasted fuel. It moves the wrenching case, discharges debilitate gasses and lets in new fuel and air for the following stroke in a 2 stroke. The pressure stroke packs air and … Read more

Google vs. Google Chrome

Google vs. Google Chrome

The main difference between Google and Google Chrome that are most widely used for internet users is that Google is a search engine that allows people to find information on the web. That too, without having to open a particular page or website and can get various options under which they can get the data … Read more

AAC Vorbis vs. Ogg Vorbis

AAC Vorbis vs. Ogg Vorbis

The Advanced Audio Codec (aka AAC) and Ogg Vorbis are both lossy compression formats for digital audio. However, they differ in licensing and compatibility. Ogg vorbis is more popular among people because of its ease of use. AAC is part of the MPEG-4 standard, and even though it is part of an ISO “standard”, there … Read more

Web Server vs. Database Server

web server vs database server

Both web server and database server are two different kinds of server used for different purposes. Often people understand it for same purpose as both are used for infrastructure on Internet. Although number of similarities exists between them but here the concern is what are these two terms and what are the basic elements which … Read more

MetroPCS vs. Straight Talk

MetroPCS vs. Straight Talk

MetroPCS and Straight Talk both are the wireless prepaid services in US. Unlimited talk-text plans are offered by MetroPCS at $40/month along with 250MB/month of 4G data usage while Straight Talk offers unlimited talk-text plans at $47/month with data limit of 3GB/month. Straight Talk service is available in many more places / cities on AT&T … Read more

Micro USB vs. Mini USB

Micro USB vs. Mini USB

Micro USB and mini USB are basically two different connectors of USB. Sometimes both are available on same USB cable and sometime separately in form of connectors or along with standard USB. You have seen many charging or data cables of MP3 players, digital cameras, cell phones, printers, scanners and lot of electronic devices. All … Read more

ALU vs. CU

ALU vs. CU

Keeping yourself updated with the computer and its architecture has become a collective act of people. The use of such devices has become so standard that now everyone has some idea about the parts. But still, some of them may arise confusions and the two getting discussed in this article seem as such.  The main … Read more

Multitasking vs. Multiprocessing

multitasking vs multiprocessing

The point is that you have more than 1 processor on your computer to do the responsibilities in multiprocessing. On the other hand, the point is that your computer has more than 1 task to do with the different time in multitasking. MULTIPROCESSING resembles the OS taking care of the diverse occupations in primary memory … Read more

Packaged Software vs. Custom Software

Packaged Software vs. Custom Software

Packaged Software gets defined as the type of programs that a company provides in the collection with other programs in the same family that perform different tasks. On the flipside, Custom Software gets defined as the type of program developed within a company or for their purposes to perform a particular task. Comparison Chart Basis … Read more