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Get Free Windows Vista DVDs Shipped to you in India
August 15, 2006, 3:18 am
Filed under: Downloads, Free Softwares, Free Stuff, Windows Vista
You can get a Windows Vista DVD shipped to your address in India for free.
just register at Microsoft Windows community site and you will receive 3
Windows Vista Beta 2 DVDs – one for you and the other two for your relatives
and friends.
Microsoft Windows Community runs a site for Indian users, not affiliated with
Microsoft, but they have worked an agreement with the Windows team in
Microsoft India to arrange for Vista Beta 2 DVDs for you.
One important step that you miss – Once your register at site, just click the
manage profile link and type in your postal address where the DVDs have to be shipped.
Get windows vista – Vista Beta 2 DVDs available to subscribers in India.
Source: Amit Agarwal


Make ur Email ID in to a Webpage
August 15, 2006, 3:15 am
Filed under: Tips and Tricks
Tiny Mail to offers a solution to spam proof your email address.
The free service first converts your email ID into a standard webpage address.
If a real human being (and not a email address harvesting spider) clicks on that
email webpage, he will have to solve a CAPTCHA do know your email address.
http://tinymailto.com/aishwarya – Don’t confuse this with a website URL, it is
actually a email address.Need this. But only drawback of this service if tiny mail
to service is down, there’s no alternate route for site visitors to retrieve your email
address.
GO TO Tiny Mail To.com
Source: Amit Agarwal


Free Internet(GPRS) on Airtel
August 13, 2006, 1:30 pm
Filed under: Tips and Tricks
  • You need a PC or Laptop and the required connectivity tools, ie USB/serial cable, Infrared Device or Bluetooth dongle.
  • Then Activate Airtel Live! (It’s FREE so no problem).
  • Create TWO Airtel GPRS data accounts (yes TWO) and select theFIRST as the active profile.
  • Connect your mobile to the PC or Laptop (assuming, that you have already installed driver of mobile’s modem).
  • Create a new dial-up connection using the new connection wizard as follows
  • Connecting Device: Your mobile’s modemISP Name: Airtel (or anything)Phone Number : *99********Username and Password : blank Or none Configure your browser and download manager to use the proxy100.1.200.99 & port 8080. (It is good to use Opera since youcan browse both wap and regular websites) Connect to the dial-up account.
  • Pick up your mobile and try to access any site. You will get AccessDenied (Except for Airtel Live). Keep the mobile down.
  • On the PC (Laptop) open your browser, enter any address, & press ENTER & WAIT
    After a few seconds the page will start to load and you have thewhole internet at your front.


A Great History
August 13, 2006, 5:59 am
Filed under: News

Do you use Google or another search engine using the Internet Explorer browser and noticed that past searches you’ve performed were displayed below the search box? Don’t blame the search engine. It’s your browser that’s keeping the record.

Fortunately, deleting your past searches is easy. To understand, let’s first know how to access the past searches or search history list, use Google as an example.

For example, One person who looked up the word “Cheat Codes or dating” on Google. He was then concerned that when he went back to Google, this word appeared in his past searches list. That means anyone using his computer would see that this was something he’d searched in past.
Assuming you’ve got Internet Explorer and have searched at Google before, you should be able to click once in the Google search box and get a “drop down” box to appear, listing all the things you’ve searched for in the past at Google and you can start typing a query, and you’ll be shown any queries that contain the first letters that you’ve typed.

If you want to remove all your past searches, in one go. Of course, if you do this, you’ll also delete any other form-based information that Internet Explorer may have saved. To do this, in Internet Explorer 5 or higher, select Tools from the menu and then Internet Options and then choose the Content tab. Then, look for the button that is AutoComplete. Click on the button which will make the AutoComplete Settings window appear. In this, click on the Clear Forms button to delete all your stored form entries.

If you want to delete a particular query from drop down list of past searches. Use the arrow keys on your computer keyboard to select or highlight the particular entry. Then, highlight the entry using your mouse but don’t click on it. Once the entry has been highlighted, press the Delete button on your computer keyboard.

If you use Google Toolbar for search then the techniques above won’t work to remove your past searches from the toolbar. You will need to click on the Google logo next to the Google Toolbar’s search box, then select Clear Search History from the drop-down box that appears.



Onspeed your browser/wap
August 12, 2006, 4:33 pm
Filed under: Tips and Tricks

Now Onspeed is solution to increase the speed of your browser/wap
connection. Onspeed is a new compression technology that gives
broadband-like speeds for any dialup connection. Tests have
shown that Onspeed transforms a 56k connection to speeds
in excess of 350kbps. It also increases the speed of broadband,
especially anything under 512kbps.

Onspeed for dialup:

10x faster speed increases on your connection.
8x faster GPRS speeds on laptops.
Works on PC & Mac.
Keep your existing ISP and phone line.

Onspeed for broadband:

5x faster speed increases on your connection.
Works on connections up to 2Mb.
Enhances your existing Broadband.
Accelerator of choice for number of ISPs.

Onspeed for mobile:

Broadband speeds on your mobile phone.
Resizes the full internet to fit your screen.
Works on most mobile phones.
Keep your existing GPRS/3G.
Reduces your existing mobile data bills by up to 75%.
Reformats & compresses the web pages and images
to specifically fit your mobile phone screen.
Use the bookmarks to access your favourite sites with speed, ease &
View your browsing history to easily navigate through past websites.

If you want to test the software. Click here

You have to buy these softwares from onspeed.

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If you want to give it a trial.

Install it from Onspeed.com or
Download it from download.com

Install Free onspeed yahoo toolbar . Click here

Note: You will be presented with a form during the installation that you must fill out to complete the process.



Desktop Beware
August 10, 2006, 1:14 pm
Filed under: Tips and Tricks


According to a Net surved US consumers lost more than $8 billon
over the last years to viruses, spyware and various schemes.
It shows consumers face a 1-in-3 chance of becoming a cybervictim.
Consumers lost $630 million over the last two years to e-mail scams.
They also spent $7.87 billion for computer parts, repairs and
replacement over the past two years to correct problems caused
by viruses and other malwares.



Raksha Bandhan
August 7, 2006, 2:59 pm
Filed under: Festivals


Our Hindu festivals are mostly based on legends and aim at propitiating deities who are believed to be endowed with supernatural powers. Rakhi Purnima or Raksha Bandhan is one of the most popular festivals in the country and is celebrated with lot of zest and enthusiasm.

Sravani is an ancient Vedic festival traditionally associated with the Brahmins on which day they change their sacred thread. Both Raksha Bandhan and Sravani are celebrated on the full moon day of the month of Shravan (August).Rakshabandhan or Rakhi the more popular of the two festivals is a Hindu sister’s day when brothers and sisters reaffirm their bonds of affections.Sisters tie colourful threads or rakhis on their brother’s wrists. The brothers in turn promise to protect their sisters and give them gifts. Raksha Bandhan is celebrated in different forms in different areas and it is also known by the names like rakhi, rakhri and saluno.

Rakshabandhan is a very special Indian festival, the celebration of the special bond between a brother and a sister. Sisters tie a special band on their brothers’ wrist on the day of Rakhi as a mark of affection. This thread, which pulsates with sisterly love and sublime sentiments, is rightly called the ‘Rakhi’.

It is a way of telling your brother that you’ll never forget how he teased you about everything, yet fought with those who spoke a single word against you and how you bid him farewell with a smile, and only he saw those tear drops in your eyes.

Around mid-August, on Shravan Purnima, Hindus all over celebrate Raksha Bandhan. “Raksha” means protection, “bandhan” means bound or binding. The festival is also known as Balev.

As per the traditions, the sister on this day prepares the pooja thali with diya, roli, chawal and rakhis. She worships the deities, ties Rakhi to the brother(s) and wishes for their well-being. The brother in turn acknowledges the love with a promise to be by the sisters’ side through the thick and thin and gives her a token gift. Raksha Bandhan tightens the bong of love between the sister and brother.

The practice of tying thread was prevalent among the Rajputs and our history is full of instances related to the significance of this tradition. At the time of war when the brave Rajput soldiers prepared to go to the battlefield, the women folk followed the ritual of tying a thread around their wrist after applying a dash of vermilion powder on their forehead. This was considered a sign of good omen and the ladies believed that it would protect their men from the enemy’s blow and bring them victory. Today children and women all around the country filling the soilders with the zest to protect them against the dangers of the enemy tie Rakhi on the wrists of soldiers.

Rakshabandhan if taken in true sense has a much broader perspective; the festival encompasses true sense of peace and brotherhood. The values propagated by the occasion if inculcated by all human beings can bring the much-needed relief from the ongoing violence and mistrust.The rich Indian Mythology provides a religious reason to celebrate the day in a specific way. Many epics are related to the day and the origin of Raksha Bandhan. The festival finds a mention in most of the epics and its origin can be traced back to the mythological Pouranik times.

Raksha-bandhan symbolises the deep love between brothers and sisters. The sanctity of this festival is acknowledged right from the vedic times to this our modern times, when we are living in thoroughly industrialised times in which our age-old and precious values of life are falling apart. Even if a girl ties Rakhi around the wrist of a stranger, both of them from the auspicious moment, look upon each other as brother and sister and become closer in this pure relationship than other blood relations.

During the Freedom Struggle, many young women tied rakhis around the wrists of young men and made them pledge their lives, their youth, their careers, their ambitions and even their dreams to the struggle for the freedom of their motherland from the shackles of slavery of British imperialism. It is probably for this very season that the great leader of Bengal, Surendranath Bannerji endeavoured to elevate this important festival of Raksha-Bhandhan to the status of a National Festival.

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