12:27 PM

The World Wide Web getting Narrow..!!!

A recent study says that a major bottle neck is going to occur in the internet traffic. Especially on the networks of home users using the co-axial cable (DSL) and the wireless users. The ISPs have decided to invest around 16 billion dollars which is no way around the 55 billion dollar projected requirement to maintain the current position.

The required amount is more than 70% of the planned amount.

So, by 2010 we could experience a crash in the internet and the speeds of usage would get back to the same old flashing speeds of dial ups.

Enjoy the speedy web access while you can (not so long). The Web will start to seem sluggish as early as 2010, as use of interactive and video-intensive services overwhelms local cable, phone and wireless.

To avoid this, the Internet service Providers has to invest $55 billion. I don’t think so they would invest above the planned amount.

So friends, be ready to carry your pillows before you sit in front of the World Narrow Web (Ooops..!!!Sorry World Wide Web).

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10:00 PM

Virtual Machines

Virtualization has become the hottest topic in the tech industry.Especially when it comes to people working in a troubleshooting environment.I recently completed my MCP[Microsoft Certified Professional] exam.When i was preparing for my exam i badly needed an extra system to connect it to my existing one so I could have an hands on experience on LAN connections and server-client connections.I was no way ready to afford an other one just for this and to dump it in my home in a corner after my researches.

Thank god.when I was searching for a way on the knowledge base[the internet ofcourse) I came across this software.Just the one I needed.Its VMware. This software helps to install and run multiple OS at a time on ones desktop and trust me,it didn't utilize much of my resources.My system was running fine even after i installed a Win 2003 server, 2 Win XP clients.I added a Redhat linux too.Anyway the linux had nothing to do with my examination.Just that i wanted to have my hands on a linux OS.
This software turned to be one of the most important reason to make me clear the MCP exam and it had saved me a lot of money too.Thanks a lot.I heard that microsoft too has launched its own virtual machine software.Hmmm....

Dear Google and Microsoft People,
Please leave out some parts of this industry untouched so even others depended on the Software industry can survive too.

Yours Lovingly,

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2:40 PM

Turn ur Desktop to a webserver!!!!

Host ur own website without spending a penny..... believe me, I just tried it out and its working.All u need is a system with a Windows XP running in it and a broadband connection. Its fun....Try it out..!!!
Step 1:
U need not be a proffesional web designer for designing a web page..there are pre-designed templetes available in the net .Just make some alterations to ur needs.Ur web page is ready...!!!

Step 2:
Install the internet information services(IIS) which is inbuilt in XP...
Goto Add/Remove programs-->Add/Remove windows components--->Check the IIS and Install....Now ur OS is ready for hosting ur website....!!!

Step 3:
Goto control panel-->Administrative tools-->Internet Information Services..
expand the plus sign([+]) in the left panel..right click default website and goto properties.click on the home directory tab.Set the path to the folder that contains ur html file.Then click on the documents tab and add ur html file to it.Use the arrows to move it to the top.Click Ok ....U are done....!!!

Now u can access ur website using ur IP address from anywhere from the world...
type http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/ on ur browser...
To find ur IP...Type IPCONFIG in command prompt and enter.

Hmmm....who cares to remember the IP address to access ur website.....So u need a host name..U can get free host names provided by some websites that would help to redirect to ur IP...you can publish ur website as "yourname.host.net"...
thats it...you are done..!!!

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3:59 PM

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