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Web designing

Dec 2, 2011 Author: bluegreen butterfly | Filed under: communication, Computers, electronics and gadgetry

Billions of people are using computers everyday and internet is now widely used around the world. It helps connecting people by just a click. In the same way Internet related jobs are also at peak. Almost all transactions are driven with computers and other machinery. Web designers like Houston web design is also in demand for this project and they do the very terrific jobs, which only tell us that human intelligent is incomparable with computer.

Affordable laptops

Aug 2, 2009 Author: bluegreen butterfly | Filed under: Computers

I am saving up for something I want to give to my brother to help him with his studies in college. Having a dependable laptop will really be an advantage to him. One website I am checking have great laptop deals. They have good quality laptop computers in price ranges we can afford, and I already eyed one that I will purchase to support my brother. It will really be a plus and since it is more affordable or cheaper than with other stores selling the same brands.

Computer memory

May 5, 2008 Author: bluegreen butterfly | Filed under: Computers, reviews

Computers are becoming famous and necessity for us. It is a great help in almost everything that we do. That is why it is very important to have an ample computer memory. The more memory the more we can store important things. If you need any help finding the right memory for your computer 4allmemory is all you need.

Some viruses come pre-installed

Mar 14, 2008 Author: bluegreen butterfly | Filed under: Computers, electronics and gadgetry

There are some viruses that are already come pre-installed. We need to be aware and be very careful about buying computers or electronic gadgets. From iPods to navigation systems, some of today’s hottest gadgets are landing on store shelves with some unwanted extras from the factory — pre-installed viruses that steal passwords, open doors for hackers and make computers spew spam.

Bridging the digital divide: $100 laptop

Oct 1, 2007 Author: bluegreen butterfly | Filed under: technology

Earlier this week I read about ‘$100 laptop’ to sell to public. The organisation behind the project has launched the “give one, get one” scheme that will allow US residents to purchase two laptops for $399 (£198). One laptop will be sent to the buyer whilst a child in the developing world will receive the second machine, such that computer enthusiasts in the developed world will soon be able to get their hands on the so-called “$100 laptop”. The G1G1 scheme, as it is known, will offer the laptops for just two weeks, starting on the 12 November. The laptop, originally targeted with a price tag of $100, now comes at $188 (PC World). But that has not deterred the promoters who still believe that the OLPC is a remarkable solution to bridge the digital divide.

Batch File Uploads

Sep 10, 2007 Author: bluegreen butterfly | Filed under: Computers

After I set up my wordpress account on my web host of course I would have to upload wp files in the directory. Everything was new to me but it turned out bit easy for now. I uploaded files one by one and after doing it for few minutes, I got a bit impatient to do it manually, surely there is something that makes it automatic, at least. Less errors, time and effort. Then I found that an easier way to upload files to your webhost is to use an FTP client thing, finally met it face to face after hearing about it. FileZilla, is an open-source FTP-client and FTP-server developed for the Windows operating system by Tim Kosse (Germany) et al. It comes in both a Javascript and non-Javascript version. FileZilla may be used to manage your WordPress site by uploading and downloading files and images  to manage your WordPress powered blog hosted on the server;  is a free client that’s supposed to be really easy to use, the one I am utilizing now. It was so much easier and faster to transfer batch files. FTP clients really make uploading easier than working manually with the web based upload.

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