Favicon is the short form for Favourites Icon. It is associated with a website or web page and helps in distinguishing a website from the other. The drop down list depicted in address bar on FireFox and now IE7 browser has identity icons positioned strategically before the URLs. FireFox browser utilizes Favicon quite distinctly. Continue reading
MSDE 2000 is not being supported on Vista. In case you are planning to shift to Vista in near future then also plan for SQL Express 2005 or 2008. Continue reading
We need Yahoo to carry on. Yahoo mail has been the most popular email service for many years now. Even today after Gmail has consolidated its position and offered so many linked services based on its account, Yahoo mail has continued to hold its fort after so many ups and downs in the Dot Com journey. Continue reading
We are all busy in making slide presentations to convey our views or put our points across. But quite often we find that whatever we are presenting, has already been known or presented somewhere else. Every new slide presentation should not go about the task as if to reinvent the wheel. There should be a storehouse or a database where slide presentations can be stored and indexed based on categories so that any one who is making a new slide presentation can look to add value to what has been presented elsewhere and not just go about duplicating the work.
One of my client was having issues with Vista. He asked me one simple question. Can I run Office 2000 with Vista? I told him you can not. You can only run Office 2003 and Office 2007 with Vista. He was shocked. The guy was running a design studio and has recently purchased some new laptops with pre-installed Vista Home basic. He was desperately trying to load Office 2000 in to it but every time the installer was not going any further.
Recession has caught the global economy by its throat. So strong is the grip that even the financial whiz kids who were partly instrumental in bringing about this gloom and doom, have been reduced to nobodies. But now the real question is who will lead the charge and fight recession.