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Do You Know About Oracle Database’s Recycle Bin?


Since Oracle version 10, the database give a chance to flashback a dropped relational table.
Whenever a relational table is dropped, it goes into the recycle bin, which is similar to the recycle bin on your Mac or PC.
Here’s a quick tutorial on how it works.

Tools to Protect You From Your Computer

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The computer is a vital tool for many of us. However, working for long periods in front of a computer can increase the chance of developing an injury. Muscle and joint pain, overuse injuries of the upper limbs and eyestrain are some of the injuries that can develop from prolonged computer use.

Below are some tools which I use at work to help prevent me from developing computer related injuries.

4 Things to Consider When Selecting A Backup System


Starting a backup system is not hard and provides peace of mind in the knowledge that you data is safe and easily to restore should anything happen to your computer. Here are the 4 things to consider when selecting a backup system.

5 Reasons Why Backups Are Important


Today more so than ever, the computer is becoming an integral part of our lives. Therefore we need to have a backup system in place to ensure that those precious data will not be lost forever. Here’s 5 reasons why backups are important.

How to Perform Screen Capture on Macs

Here’s a little handy tip of three commands you can use to do a screenshot capture of your mac desktop