Sep 022008
 

Google has released the Beta version of its new web browser “Google Chrome”. Google Chrome is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web faster, safer, and easier. One has to admire the true freedom of Internet with Google Admire. Google Chrome is light weight and simply browsing experience way better than any other flagship browser. It is all about simplicity without compromising on features and security. When I say features I really mean features that we need and not a blotted application with a million features we never use.

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Jun 262008
 


When you run Windows Update from your PC or Laptop, you may be faced up with the error code 0x8DDD0018.

This could happen if the Windows Update Service has a problem and fails to start or if there is a problem with Windows BITS service.

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May 062008
 


You may experience the following error when installing Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) when installing on Intel iMAC using Bootcamp to run Windows XP.

There is not enough disk space on C:\WINDOWS\$NtServicePackUninstall$ to install Service Pack 3 Setup requires an additional 4 megabytes of free space or if you also want to archive the files for uninstallation,Setup requires 4 additional megabytes of free space. Free additional space on your hard disk and then try again.

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May 052008
 

When you try to install Update Rollup 2 for Windows XP Media Centre Edition 2005 you may face with the following error:

“This upgrade can only be run on Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005.”

although you already run the Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005. This could cause a problem in upgrading to Windows Media player 11.

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Apr 232008
 

One of the things that I’ve seen people asking is for the option to logon to a Windows PC or a Server and use the current session on that system for the same user instead of creating a new Terminal Server session.

There is way this can be done. For instance, on my PC, I simply created a shortcut for the Remote Desktop (RDP) on the “Start Menu” and renamed the shortcut to “RDP Console”. This is for ease of use. One shortcut for my normal RDP sessions and one where I need to use local current session on the remote server.

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