Welcome to the April 2018 newsletter from 2BrightSparks.
In this issue: Read our new articles on file sizes and transfer speeds, how locked files can cause backup problems and an introduction to Unicode.
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If you’re often confused between the computer terms of bits and bytes, this article may help you better understand their difference. It also explains the proper terms to use when discussing about transfer speeds.
During file backup, do you sometimes get a Windows error that says a file cannot be copied as it is in-use? These files are called open or locked files, and this article describes what they are and how such files can be copied using SyncBackLite/SE/Pro.
This article defines what Unicode is and how they play a role in standardizing written characters and symbols in the form of computer readable language.
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