Windows XP uses 20% of your bandwidth to update the system. This can be made 0% using following steps
1. Open Run and write "Gpedit.msc" in the menu Start
2. Select "Administrative template" folder in the left side of windows panel
3. Select folder "Network" on the right side.
4. Select "Qos Packet Scheduler" file
5. From this now select "Limit Reservable Bandwitch" and then click "Enabled" option button and write 0 in the text box and click "apply" and then "OK"
6. Restart your Computer.
This should do it.....
Saturday, August 29, 2009
Windows XP uses 20% of your bandwidth to update the system. This can be made 0% using following steps
Thursday, August 27, 2009
Posted by BRAVO at 10:42 AM
Saturday, April 28, 2007
2. Sign up for GOOGLE adsense
3. Regularly update blog
So why does google pays you ??
The Google advertisements are displayed on you are site. And to display this on your content pages google pays on basis of:
1. Cost-per-click (CPC)
2. Cost-per-1000-impressions (CPM)
3. For search results pages showing exclusively CPC ads directed from your page.
This means that advertisers pay either when users click on ads, or when the advertiser's ad is shown on your site. You'll receive a portion of the amount paid for either activity on your website.To find out how much you'll earn, sign up and start showing ads on your web pages. There's no cost, no obligation, and getting started is quick and easy. Sign up for GOOGLE adsense
Once you're a part of Google AdSense, you can view your earnings at any time by logging in to your account and clicking the Reports tab. You'll be able to see the total number of page and ad unit impressions, ad clicks, clickthrough rate, effective CPM, and your total earnings so you can get an idea of how well the program is performing for you and how much you can expect to earn over time in the program.The money will be send as cheque to the address provide by you at the end of each month.
Posted by BRAVO at 2:14 PM
Wednesday, April 25, 2007
An alternative keyboard in Windows. In case your keyboard or some keys stop working Microsoft provides you with an alternative way to type in using the mouse
To work this tool go to
Select Run Type in OSK
One more Problem
How are we supposed to type OSK in run when we don’t have a keyboard ?
Alternatively, you can get the program from programs>accessories>accessibility
Posted by BRAVO at 1:48 AM
Wednesday, April 18, 2007
One of MiTV's distinguishing traits from Astro, another pay television operator in Malaysia, is that it utilises an Internet Protocol over Ultra High Frequency based transmission system. Subscribers require only to install a standard UHF television antenna instead of a satellite dish to receive broadcasts. As a result, some of Astro's major caveats, such as disruption of service under bad weather conditions, do not apply to MiTV users.
Posted by BRAVO at 12:43 PM
Monday, April 16, 2007
After four decades of building the Internet, some university researchers with the U.S. government's blessing want to shutdown all and start over.
The idea is surely unthinkable, but many believe a "clean slate" approach is the only way to truly address security, mobility and other challenges that have cropped up since Leonard Kleinrock helped supervise the first exchange of meaningless test data between two machines on Sept. 2, 1969.
The Internet works well in many situations but it was designed for completely different assumptions, a Rutgers University professor overseeing three clean-slate projects. "It's sort of a miracle that it continues to work well today."
No longer constrained by slow connections and computer processors and high costs for storage, researchers say the time has come to rethink the Internet's underlying architecture, a move that could mean replacing networking equipment and rewriting software on computers to better channel future traffic over the existing pipes.
Even Vinton Cerf, one of the Internet's founding fathers as co-developer of the key communications techniques, said the exercise was "generally healthy" because the current technology "does not satisfy all needs." more....
The National Science Foundation wants to build an experimental research network known as the Global Environment for Network Innovations, or GENI, and is funding several projects at universities and elsewhere through Future Internet Network Design, or FIND.Rutgers, Stanford, Princeton, Carnegie Mellon and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are among the universities pursuing individual projects. Other government agencies, including the Defense Department, have also been exploring the concept.The European Union has also backed research on such initiatives, through a program known as Future Internet Research and Experimentation, or FIRE. Government officials and researchers met last month in Zurich to discuss early findings and goals.
A new network could run parallel with the current Internet and eventually replace it, or perhaps aspects of the research could go into a major overhaul of the existing architecture.These clean-slate efforts are still in their early stages, though, and aren't expected to bear fruit for another 10 or 15 years — assuming Congress comes through with funding.
And it could take billions of dollars to replace all the software and hardware deep in the legacy systems.Clean-slate advocates say the cozy world of researchers in the 1970s and 1980s doesn't necessarily mesh with the realities and needs of the commercial Internet.more.....
THE NEED FOR NEW BEGINNING
The Internet's early architects built the system on the principle of trust. Researchers largely knew one another, so they kept the shared network open and flexible — qualities that proved key to its rapid growth.But spammers and hackers arrived as the network expanded and could roam freely because the Internet doesn't have built-in mechanisms for knowing with certainty who sent what.The network's designers also assumed that computers are in fixed locations and always connected. That's no longer the case with the proliferation of laptops, personal digital assistants and other mobile devices, all hopping from one wireless access point to another, losing their signals here and there.
Engineers tacked on improvements to support mobility and improved security, but researchers say all that adds complexity, reduces performance and, in the case of security, amounts at most to bandages in a high-stakes game of cat and mouse.The Internet will continue to face new challenges as applications require guaranteed transmissions — not the "best effort" approach that works better for e-mail and other tasks with less time sensitivity.more.....
MISSION CRITICAL WORKS
Think of a doctor using teleconferencing to perform a surgery remotely, or a customer of an Internet-based phone service needing to make an emergency call. In such cases, even small delays in relaying data can be deadly.Even if the original designers had the benefit of hindsight, they might not have been able to incorporate these features from the get-go. Computers, for instance, were much slower then, possibly too weak for the computations needed for robust authentication.
Of course, a key question is how to make any transition — and researchers are largely punting for now.
"Let's try to define where we think we should end up, what we think the Internet should look like in 15 years' time, and only then would we decide the path," McKeown said. "We acknowledge it's going to be really hard but I think it will be a mistake to be deterred by that."
Kleinrock, the Internet pioneer at UCLA, questioned the need for a transition at all, but said such efforts are useful for their out-of-the-box thinking.
"A thing called GENI will almost surely not become the Internet, but pieces of it might fold into the Internet as it advances," he said.
Think evolution, not revolution.Princeton already runs a smaller experimental network called PlanetLab, while Carnegie Mellon has a clean-slate project called 100 x 100.Construction on GENI could start by 2010 and take about five years to complete. Once operational, it should have a decade-long lifespan.FIND, meanwhile, funded about two dozen projects last year and is evaluating a second round of grants for research that could ultimately be tested on GENI.These go beyond projects like Internet2 and National LambdaRail, both of which focus on next-generation needs for speed.
Any redesign may incorporate mechanisms, known as virtualization, for multiple networks to operate over the same pipes, making further transitions much easier. Also possible are new structures for data packets and a replacement of Cerf's TCP/IP communications protocols.more........
Associated Press Business Writer Aoife White in Brussels, Belgium, contributed to this report.
Posted by BRAVO at 12:01 PM
Sunday, April 15, 2007
There are many free domains for hosting a website of your own. Blogger is the most famous of all and it takes hardly 5 minutes to build a new website. Even for a beginner it’s really an easy job. This is how it is done
- Go to http://www.blogger.com/
- Click on “CREATE YOUR BLOG NOW"
- Fill up with a valid email id Example: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Create a password for your new account and retype the password
- Display name: This will be the name shown in the website each time you post some thing it will shown as written by “Display name”
- Word Verification is to avoid spamming. This picture shown will be different for different sign up. So fill space with the characters in the picture
- Check the Terms of Service after reading it.
b.Now enter the address you need for your Example: yourrname4u
Then click Check Availability.
If the address you enter is not taken then it will display Blogname is available
Else try for different address
c. This click “CONTINUE”
Yoo-hoo! Now your website is ready for posting with one small step…..
3. Choose a template of your choice for the website and click continue
This template can be changed in a later stage or you can change it with your own ideas after setting up this website.
If every is done in the right manner then you have
So now you have the website.
Take a new browser type the address www.yourrname4u.blogspot.com
If “yourrname4u” was address of your choice
Now to start posting into the website click START POSTING
You will be directed to a window show below
- In the place of title enter the heading of the content your about to post
- Below that in the content of the post. As you should have noticed there are all kinds of options for editing tools like bold,italics.
- After that Preview of the post will be shown by clicking Preview
- By clicking PUBLISH options the post will be publishing on your site.
A post once posted can be edited by taking Edit Post
Posted by BRAVO at 7:07 AM