What is Microsoft Edge?


Microsoft Edge is a built-in web browser on the Windows 10 operating system – replacing the long-running Microsoft Internet Explorer.

The first stable version was released on July 29, 2015 – development of the new web browser started as the “Project Spartan” – a project designed to create a web browser from scratch, support web standards and replace the Internet Explorer.

To download the latest version of Microsoft Edge manually, you can go to Microsoft Download Center.


  • Write, draw, doodle, highlight items and take notes directly on web pages
  • Get instant results from Cortana
  • Share notes with other users
  • View pages in Reading View to remove distraction
  • View favorites, reading list, browsing history and downloads using the “Hub”
  • Integration of OneDrive cloud storage

For the frequently asked questions (FAQs), you can go to windows.microsoft.com.

To get a glimpse of the Microsoft Edge browser, you can watch this feature video from Windows:

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Huawei – global ICT solutions provider


Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. is a global communication, networking and information technology hardware equipment, service and solution provider.

The company was founded in 1987 by Ren Zhengfei. Today, Huawei is considered as the world’s largest telco equipment manufacturer after overtaking Ericsson in 2012.

Its corporate headquarter is located in Shenzhen, Guangdong, China.


Mobile Phone Tablet
Wearable Mobile Broadband
Smart Home Consumer Accessories
Switch Router
Storage Cloud Computing
Telepresence & Video Conference Data Center
Unified Communications eLTE Broadband Access
Network Energy Contact Center
Enterprise Security Video Surveillance
Access Networking Servers
Transport Networking Management Systems and Software
eLTE Broadband Trunking System Other Corporate Product & Services

To learn more about the company, you can go to www.huawei.com.

To learn more about a Huawei product: the Ascend Mate 7, you can watch this short video review of the mobile device:

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What is a jumper?


A jumper is a removable small metal conductor bridge covered by a plastic box designed with two prongs. It is used to bypass or close a section of an electronic circuit – allowing flow of electricity on a set area.

Modern day jumpers can be found on a computer’s motherboard, hard drive, modems, sound cards, adapter cards and other hardware components. For hard disk drives (HDD), a jumper is used to set the HDD as master, slave or single storage mode of operation.

In recent years, computer components had switched to plug-in-play technology wherein users no longer have to deal with jumpers.

To have a quick look on a motherboard jumper, watch this short video clip:

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