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Still need Fixing in Windows 7

Flawless windows 7, of course not, think of these still need fixing areas as constituting a working to do. Overall consistency For a Microsoft product, Windows 7 is quite refined, but it still suffer from needless inconsistency, why most of its tools place menus on the left, while internet explorer and the help system shove …

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Manage your Internet Domain

Buying a doman name may be easy, but managing the doman and making smart technology decisions is another story, some basics setting up a new domain Is the purview of a domain registrar, firm like GoDaddy.com, Network solutions, and register.com, the registrar take care of the paperwork details and bills you once a year for doing, each registrar handles the Domain Name System (DNS) records that identify your web, email and other servers. You can use your registrar’s hosting services for both web and email services if you wish, though convenient, what happen if you became dissatisfied with your registrar’s service and want to switch providers relocating your site is easier if your registrar isn’t also your host. For web hosting, you have three basic options, using a web based public site provider (free or nearly so) ; using a virtual private server as your host, running Windows or Linux …

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New Domain names

The first internet domain names using non-Latin characters could be in use as soon as the summer next year, in what has been described as one of the biggest technological changes to the way the internet works since its creating 40 years ago, the internet corporation for assigned names and number (ICANN) has approve plans for international domain names (IDNs) that can be written in Arabic, Chinese, Cyrillic, Korean, Japanese and other scripts. More than half the 1.6 billion people who use the internet speak languages that use non-Latin scripts such as Sanskrit, until now though, all website addresses have been limited to the 26 characters in the Latin alphabet used in English (A-Z) as well as 10 numbers and the hyphen, soon people with little or no knowledge of Latin scripts will be able to enter web addresses in their native language, this will expand the number of available …

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Maximize your notebook battery

One of the downsides of owing a notebook PC is battery life, despite the claims of the marketing people, it always seems that you have to recharge more often than you expect, and not only that, but the actual lifespan of a battery before it needs replacing isn’t always up to scratch, like all rechargeable batteries, the one in a notebook has a finite number of recharges before its performance degrades and eventually it will stop holding a charge, although some unlucky people find their battery goes that great landfill in the sky within a year, somehow, it always seems to be just when the warranty has expired, generally the battery in a notebook, without any intervention, with the same extra care, though you can increase the longevity of the battery and at the same times stretch the time between recharges, giving you more time to do your work. In …

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Get you computing on the go

Today we have access to the information, entertainment and opportunity that computer provide from the comfort of our home, new even that limit has been broken; the usefulness of computers means demand for them has spread beyond the front door, carrying the first portable computers almost guaranteed you a hernia but now computers are small and light enough to fit into a pocket, laptops and netbooks mean we can take our valuable to access it with us wherever we go. But that’s not the only sense in which computing is now portable, there’s a new range of applications that you can access over the internet, you may have heard this described as cloud computing but all it means is that the software required to open and edit documents, images, spreadsheets and more is installed on a web based server rather than your computer, instead of opening a program from your …

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How private are your private files

We all have digital information we wish to keep private, from a word document filled with improvisational notes about surprise party to work files and folders that contain commercially sensitive facts and figures, but knowing how to keep such data secure and away from nosy-parkers is not always obvious. For starter, there are many different ways to make files and folders private, and some options available in Windows XP are not offer in Vista and vice versa, finding the right stating point can be tricky. Where to start Begin by deciding what it is your want to achieve, for some the privacy problem will relate to using a work computer to store private files, perhaps to work on updating a CV during your lunch break, things you rather your boss didn’t see, I’m not going to delve deeply into this area because ensuring privacy on a PC you don’t own …

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Mobile Web Browser Will Travel

There’s no question that today’s smart phones are godsend to high tech travellers, but what good is a web enabled phone if its browser is cumbersome of slow, with the right handset and browser software, you can surf all manner of desktop level site, without having to carry a laptop with you or find a nearby desktop PC. Great out of the gate, Skyfire with its first full release candidate (Skyfire 1.0) which displays flash, Silverlight and AJAX content that the Iphone trips over and leaves blank, this browser starts up quickly and the main screen leaves plenty of room for the pages display plenty of room for the page display and windows mobile fans struggling with IE mobile should head straight for Skyfire Labs, It also work on Symbian powered Nokia E-series and N series smart phones. BlackBerry can run java apps out of the box, while newer models …

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