You got a broadband connection at home with a data transfer limit and the ISP charges extra money for every byte of data that you download / upload beyond the limit specified in the monthly plan.
Month: September 2008
Firefox 3: 8 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do
The latest version of Mozilla’s popular open-source browser enjoyed one of the most successful launches in software history, with a record-setting 8.2 million downloads the first day it was available.
Linux for Older PCs : From Ubuntu to Vector Linux
I always wanted to know best disro for older pc. guess this is it
50 tools to speed up your PC
Is your PC tired and sluggish? Has its get up and go got up and went? If you want a faster system, you could certainly break the bank and buy a new machine. Or you could read this article instead.
Linux triumphs in UK schools
I dont think this is ever going to happen, MS already give schools a massive discount. If it come to it .They might they even give it to them for free.
The 2008 PC Builder’s Bible
This guide not only gives you all you need to know about every component that goes in your gaming PC, but also thoroughly walks you through the entire building process with detailed instructions and helpful photographs.
10-Step Guide to Buying a Used Laptop That Works
Buying second-hand products is always cheaper and friendly to the environment, but it
â€™s easy to be discouraged by the stories of broken laptops purchased from eBay. To quell these fears and make green computing easy for everyone, here is a 10-step checklist on how to avoid high-tech lemons.
VirtualBox update brings improved performance + 64-bit
Sun has released the first update to its recently purchased desktop virtualization program, now called Sun xVM VirtualBox 2.0. While not a major update, it does bring improved performance and 64-bit operating system support to the popular open source virtualization program.
Cray’s Windows-Based Supercomputer: 64 Cores in Your Desk
Why should UNIX nerds have all the fun? Cray and Microsoft announced today a partnership to produce the CX1, a $60,000 (on the top end) supercomputer that runs the forthcoming Windows HPC Server 2008
â€”MS’s answer to the high-performance *nix server systems run by most heavy servers.
Speaking UNIX: The New and Improved Vim Editor
If you’ve worked on IBM AIX,another flavor of UNIX/Linux,you’ve more than likely used the vi editor.Since its conception in 1976,vi has become a staple for anyone wanting to edit files. How could someone make a more powerful editing tool than vi, you may ask?The answer is Vim,and this article provides details on the many enhancements & usage of vim