If you are an avid user of Windows Mobile enabled device or cell phone, then there is most probably Wi-Fi or Bluetooth wireless connectivity option. Now, you can connect to your friends and family using Skype for Windows Phones or Smart phone (including Nokia series).
If you’re upgrading to Windows 7 from Windows XP or Windows Vista, you’ll find pleasant improvements with the new features in Windows 7. Here’s how those new features stand out in Windows 7:
Being an early adapters of Windows Vista (the most power hungry OS from MS), I continued the trend with Windows 7. It was superb OS before few months ago it was still a public release for evaluation. No hangs, no exceptions and no dunked performance that it’s earlier predecessors were accustomed to. Alas, Microsoft has to pay for Win7.
Wow, I’m so interested in writing this post. Many of the visitors to this blog have asked or searched for the price of different versions of Windows 7 and when will Windows 7 be released. Microsoft has the official answer now. Continue reading
Pre-orders for Apple’s upcoming Snow Leopard operating system topped Amazon.com’s bestseller list yesterday, knocking Windows 7 out of the chart just days after the online retail giant put Mac OS X 10.6 on its site. Continue reading
Like Firefox, Google Chrome (a decent Windows Internet Explorer based browser) has been showing problems since it was left up off from the beta tag last time. My personal experience with Google Chrome and it’s simple interface and light memory consumption was fantastic until recently I came to discover that Chrome is eating out all of my CPU power. This problem persisted when I browsed more tabs in a single window. (Click the screenshots (snap-error-in-google-chrome.JPG) to view details showing Errors in Google Chrome.)
Internet connectivity was fine, more tabs were browsed simultaneously and later I came to discover that errors in Google Chrome are as no exception. It says: Aw, Snap! Something went wrong while displaying this webpage. To continue, press Reload or go to another page. Is Google going to pay me reload the same data?
This screenshot (google-chrome-consuming-cpu-power.JPG) shows each tab of Google Chrome is consuming not less than 17 MB of Memory (private working set) @ C:\Users\Jen\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\0.2.149.29\Installer\chrome\Chrome-bin making the CPU Usage 100% (2×2 GHz)though the Physical Memory is mere 62%.
I tried to find the solution at the official site of Google Chrome but failed to so so. Like fasterfox for loading Firefox faster and working on its prefetch and memory for efficient use of the browser, chrome needs some like when you’re running on more active tabs.
Not that late I came to solve a problem showing error of something went wrong…. just refreshed the page after switching off the Wireless Button ie disconnecting from Internet, it worked- the page was displayed correctly but not all pages. This should be solved by Google as Chrome is hitting market like nothing else like.
Link to Google Chrome support: http://www.google.com/support/chrome
A similar Google Chrome based earlier post from this blog: Just uninstalled Google Chrome, the other way.
On July 25th, 2009 Sagar International TechnoSys– the authorized distributor of Kaspersky brand information technology products in Nepal — launched Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 and Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2010 for the first time in Kathmandu. The first official appearance of Kaspersky in Nepal was in 2008. Continue reading