Quantum Computers, unlike common computers, are devices that use QUBits instead of bits. Qubits have a superposition, which means that they can be both 0 and 1 at the same time before testing its value. Another property of QUBits is entanglement, which means that one QUBit can instantly manipulate the reaction of the other QUBit, even if they are apart from each other (As far apart as being at the opposite sides of the universe). Entanglement is done by Quantum gates. This technology allows the Quantum devices to run tests, simulations and do research more efficiently, such as database searching, database encrypting (For banking and personal digital information applications) and Quantum simulations.