Thursday, July 17, 2008
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
Wednesday, July 02, 2008
The first file is a text file called "OEMINFO.INI". To create the file open notepad and copy the template below, make any changes and save the file in the System directory.
Manufacturer=Your Company, Inc.
Model=Your Computer Model
Line1=first line of support information
; Create as many lines as you need by incrementing the Line number
The other file you need to create is a logo file. This is a standard Windows bitmap file (172 x 172 pixels), saved as "OEMLOGO.BMP" in the Windows System directory.
Once you have created both these files open System Properties from Control Panel and your company information and logo will be displayed. The details you entered in the [Support Information] section will show up when you click on the Support Information button.
Note: To display a logo you must create a 172x172 (pixel) bitmap image and save it as OEMLOGO.BMP in the Windows system directory.
Taken from pctools.com
Monday, June 30, 2008
You can see that film trailer of Bangkok Dangerous in this site. This film also starring by Nicolas Cage. What about the synopsis? I think wikipedia is the right choice to see the synopsis because it's more complete than if I write down here :) here is the link from wikipedia of this film.
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Casey Stoner also a special person that be the only man that can handle Ducati machine (GP8) the other rider in Ducati cann't show the same power like Stoner did. It's like the Stoner style is really matching with Ducati Desmosedici engine.
Saturday, June 21, 2008
Wednesday, June 18, 2008
Here is Firefox 3 improvement (taken from Mozilla web):
- One-click site info: Click the site favicon in the location bar to see who owns the site and to check if your connection is protected from eavesdropping. Identity verification is prominently displayed and easier to understand. When a site uses Extended Validation (EV) SSL certificates, the site favicon button will turn green and show the name of the company you're connected to. (Try it here!)
- Malware Protection: malware protection warns users when they arrive at sites which are known to install viruses, spyware, trojans or other malware. (Try it here!)
- New Web Forgery Protection page: the content of pages suspected as web forgeries is no longer shown. (Try it here!)
- New SSL error pages: clearer and stricter error pages are used when Firefox encounters an invalid SSL certificate. (Try it here!)
- Add-ons and Plugin version check: Firefox now automatically checks add-on and plugin versions and will disable older, insecure versions.
- Secure add-on updates: to improve add-on update security, add-ons that provide updates in an insecure manner will be disabled.
- Anti-virus integration: Firefox will inform anti-virus software when downloading executables.
- Vista Parental Controls: Firefox now respects the Vista system-wide parental control setting for disabling file downloads.
- Effective top-level domain (eTLD) service better restricts cookies and other restricted content to a single domain.
- Better protection against cross-site JSON data leaks.
Easier to Use
- Easier password management: an information bar replaces the old password dialog so you can now save passwords after a successful login.
- Simplified add-on installation: the add-ons whitelist has been removed making it possible to install extensions from third-party sites in fewer clicks.
- New Download Manager: the revised download manager makes it much easier to locate downloaded files, and you can see and search on the name of the website where a file came from. Your active downloads and time remaining are always shown in the status bar as your files download.
- Resumable downloading: users can now resume downloads after restarting the browser or resetting your network connection.
- Full page zoom: from the View menu and via keyboard shortcuts, the new zooming feature lets you zoom in and out of entire pages, scaling the layout, text and images, or optionally only the text size. Your settings will be remembered whenever you return to the site.
- Podcasts and Videocasts can be associated with your media playback tools.
- Tab scrolling and quickmenu: tabs are easier to locate with the new tab scrolling and tab quickmenu.
- Save what you were doing: Firefox will prompt users to save tabs on exit.
- Optimized Open in Tabs behavior: opening a folder of bookmarks in tabs now appends the new tabs rather than overwriting.
- Location and Search bar size can now be customized with a simple resizer item.
- Text selection improvements: multiple text selections can be made with Ctrl/Cmd; double-click drag selects in "word-by-word" mode; triple-clicking selects a paragraph.
- Find toolbar: the Find toolbar now opens with the current selection.
- Plugin management: users can disable individual plugins in the Add-on Manager.
- Integration with Windows: Firefox now has improved Windows icons, and uses native user interface widgets in the browser and in web forms.
- Integration with the Mac: the new Firefox theme makes toolbars, icons, and other user interface elements look like a native OS X application. Firefox also uses OS X widgets and supports Growl for notifications of completed downloads and available updates. A combined back and forward control make it even easier to move between web pages.
- Integration with Linux: Firefox's default icons, buttons, and menu styles now use the native GTK theme.
- Star button: quickly add bookmarks from the location bar with a single click; a second click lets you file and tag them.
- Tags: associate keywords with your bookmarks to sort them by topic.
- Smart Location Bar: type in all or part of the title, tag or address of a page to see a list of matches from your history and bookmarks; a new display makes it easier to scan through the matching results and find that page you're looking for. Results are returned according to their a combination of frequency, and recency of visits to that page, ensuring that you're seeing the most relevant matches. An adaptive learning algorithm further tunes the results to your patterns!
- Library: view, organize and search through your bookmarks, tags and browsing history using the new Library window. Create or restore full backups of this data whenever with a few clicks.
- Smart Bookmark Folders: quickly access your most visited bookmarks from the toolbar, or recently bookmarked and tagged pages from the bookmark menu. Create your own Smart Bookmark Folders by saving a search query in the Library.
- Web-based protocol handlers: web applications, such as your favorite webmail provider, can now be used instead of desktop applications for handling mailto: links from other sites. Similar support is available for other protocols (Web applications will have to first enable this by registering as handlers with Firefox).
- Download & Install Add-ons: the Add-ons Manager (Tools > Add-ons) can now be used to download and install a Firefox customization from the thousands of Add-ons available from our community add-ons website. When you first open the Add-ons Manager, a list of recommended Add-ons is shown.
- Easy to use Download Actions: a new Applications preferences pane provides a better UI for configuring handlers for various file types and protocol schemes.
- New graphics and font handling: new graphics and text rendering architectures in Gecko 1.9 provides rendering improvements in CSS, SVG as well as improved display of fonts with ligatures and complex scripts.
- Color management: (set gfx.color_management.enabled on in about:config and restart the browser to enable.) Firefox can now adjust images with embedded color profiles.
- Offline support: enables web applications to provide offline functionality (website authors must add support for offline browsing to their site for this feature to be available to users).
- A more complete overview of Firefox 3 for developers is available for website and add-on developers.
- Memory usage: Several new technologies work together to reduce the amount of memory used by Firefox 3 over a web browsing session. Memory cycles are broken and collected by an automated cycle collector, a new memory allocator reduces fragmentation, hundreds of leaks have been fixed, and caching strategies have been tuned.
- Reliability: A user's bookmarks, history, cookies, and preferences are now stored in a transactionally secure database format which will prevent data loss even if their system crashes.
Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Thursday, May 22, 2008
1. Best 3G-HSDPA Phone: Nokia E90
2. Best Camera Phone 3-5 MP: Nokia N95
3. Best Music Phone: Sony Ericsson W910i
4. Best Fashion Phone: LG KE 850 Prada
5. Best PDA Phone: DOPOD U1000
6. Best TV Phone: Hitech H39
7. Best Dual Mode Phone: Samsung SCH-W579
8. Best CDMA Phone: Nokia 7088
9. Best High Definition Camcorder: Sony Handycam HDR-SR5
10. Best HDD Camcorder: JVC GZ-HD3GA
11. Best Compaq Digital Camera: Kodak EasyShare M873
12. Best Underwater Camera: Olympus MJU 790 SW
13. Best Digital Single Lens Reflex: Canon EOS 40D
14. Best mini Home Theater: LG Champagne
15. Best High Definiton DVD Player: Pioneer DVR-550H-S
16. Best Blu-Ray Player: Samsung BDP-1400
17. Best Plasma TV: Panasonic TH-42PV7HS
18. Best LCD TV: Samsung F8
19. Best Design LCD Monitor: LG L1900R
20. Best Design Notebook: Sony Vaio VGN-CR23G-B
21. Best Tablet PC: Flybook V5
22. Best Local Brand Notebook: Axioo TSR12
23. Best Graphic LCD Monitor: Benq FP93VW19
24. Best Projector: InFocus In82
25. The Best MP3: Ipod Suffle
26. Best MPEG-4: Archos 704 Wi-Fi
Monday, May 19, 2008
Firefox 3 Release Candidate 1 is here. The release candidate stage is the stage right between beta and final release, and it's the last chance for developers to test their code against the browser before it's push out into the world full-force. It's also the stage at which add-on developers can update their browser extensions without worrying about further code changes.
So if you've been holding off downloading FF3 because you're waiting for your favorite extension or you're nervous about running unstable software, you may want to wait a couple more weeks -- the final browser is expected in June. But for the rest of us, it's stable enough to use every day. So was the beta 5 release, which we've been using full-time for the last month or two, but this RC1 release has several improvements.
The curious can download Firefox 3 RC1 from Mozilla's website and test it out. Be sure to let us know what you think in the comments.
(Article source from Michael Calore)
You can download the Firefox 3 RC1 in here
Friday, January 25, 2008
Tuesday, January 22, 2008
Fahrenheit (Fēi Lún Hǎi) 飞轮海 & Hebe (Tián Fū Zhēn)
田馥甄 - Zhǐ Duì Nǐ Yǒu Gǎnjué 只对你有感觉
Note: fēi 飞 = Fahrenheit, H = Hebe, hé 合 = Together.
fēi: wújiě de yǎnshén xīn xiàng hǎidǐ zhēn
guāngshì cāicè wǒ shíyù bù zhèn
yǒudiǎn fánrén yòu yǒudiǎn mírén
bùgòu jǐnshèn huā tiāo cuò yánsè
dàn hěn máodùn xǐhuan nǐ de bèn
fēi: wēixiào zài měi zài tián bù shì nǐ de dōu bù tèbié
H: yǎnlèi zài kǔ zài xián yǒu nǐ ānwèi yòu shì qíngtiān
fēi: kào de zài jìn zài tiē shǎole yōngbào jiùsuàn tài yuǎn
hé: quánshìjiè zhǐ duì nǐ yǒu gǎnjué
fēi: wán de zài fēng zài yě nǐ dèng yīyǎn wǒ jiù shōuliǎn
h: mǎlù zài kuān zài yuǎn zhǐyào nǐ qiānjiù hěn ānquán
fēi: wǒ huì yòu guāi yòu nián wēnróu tǐtiē juébù fūyǎn
hé: wǒ zhǐ duì nǐ yǒu gǎnjué
fēi: tǐtiē què nián rén ài kū què wēnshùn
yǒushí tiānzhēn yǒushí hěn xié'è
duì nǐ shuǎ hěn jiùshì shěbude
H: qǐng xīshōu yǎngfèn ràng nǎodai pínghéng
yào nǐ xiànshēn dòngzuò màntūntūn
zěnme chéngrèn wǒ fēi nǐ bùkě