Last week I was on a workshop by Microsoft it was for troubleshooting performance issues on Servers.
One of the interesting thing which I came across in the workshop was about the memory management and the way Windows handles the memory.
By default Windows allocate’s virtual address space to User mode and Kernal mode, Windows assumes that it has 4 gb of virtual address space and it splits it into two half.
ie. 2 GB virtual address space to Kernal and 2 GB virtual address space to User
We can tweak it and allocate virtual address space to programs 1 GB to the kernel and to executive component.
This is how you can do it:
First un-hide the hidden files and folder make sure you unhidden the Operating system files too.
on the root directory ie C drive you will find boot.ini file take a backup of it on keep it safe.
Edit boot.ini and add \3GB at the end Continue reading “Memory Support in Windows – Kernal v User Virtual Addressing”
Last Friday I have virtualized my Windows XP Laptop, before I start telling you guys, how its done I think its worth mentioning why I need to do it?
We normal Virtualize the physical server that are very old and start getting faults very often or they are too big for us to keep in our data centres.
I have dual booted my laptop with Windows 7 ’64 bit’ edition, Which works brilliant. However Win7 is as this is 64 bit version of Windows I had to work around quite a few applications which I use on daily basis to get them work on Win7.
However the most important software which I need to work from home is the vpn client provided by CISCO. The VPN client is yet to be rewritten for Win ’64 bit’ CPU. As a result I could not use Win7 to work from home, as I was unable to install VPN client to deil.
Now you can guess why I virtualized my Windows XP OS. Continue reading “How to Virtualize Your Computer”
In the recent years we have seen webmasters trying different methods to keep their content updated. RSS (“Really Simple Syndication” or “Rich Site Summery”), is widely used to deliver content to your website users without any restriction.
For marketing your website and promoting it to target audience, you need creative strategies that build brand awareness, increase site traffic, and ensure that you are the best around in giving quality content. And RSS lets you do it with conviction.
Using RSS for marketing can help you integrate your website with your other marketing initiatives, develop winning strategies to drive targeted users to your site and in the process increase overall traffic and sales. I am sure most of us might have used this before.
RSS Feeds are made in XML format, this XML file can be made very easily all by your self if you’re a programmer, as I’m sure XML is much easier then any other programming language. But if you don’t have any idea how to go about with the programming part, there are websites who can help you in making your own RSS Feed for your website, all you got to do is make an account on there website, they will guide you through some sequence of steps and your RSS Feed will be ready to get published. Continue reading “Get started by RSS / XML join in the revolution!”
I have been using iPhone since good few months now and have recently bought the Samsung Galaxy S for my lovely wife.
Galaxy S has Google Android OS, It has got some cool features like swipe which makes a lot easy for texting and writing emails I have to admit I miss Swipe feature on iPhone. We get the Navigation free of cost powered by Google.
Galaxy S has got some cool applicaitons like Thinkfree which lets you share and read documents. it has also got Augmented Reality browser, e-book, office, allshare etc.
Some of the things which I like about this phone area :
- Very light weight 118g
- Dimension 64.2 x 122.4 x 9.9mm larger touch screen phone then iPhone
- HD vedio recording and payback.
- 5 Mega Pix
- It comes with 16 GB internal memory with an external memory option to add microSD(upto 32 GB)
Anyway guys check out for yourself….
Although I had a bitter experience with beta version of win7, I cannot stress how much windows 7 has improved from beta to the on the shelf product.
When comparing with the nightmares of resource hungry Windows Vista which can only be compared with windows ME edition, I am now convinced that Win 7 is the next best product after Win XP. And I am sure most of you who have started using Windows 7 can’t imagine going back to XP again.
As you might be aware that Microsoft always has different versions of products available for his customers, I have highlighted few features which can help you decide which version is best for you.
I hope this will help you decide which one is best for you!