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Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Windows Vista finally released

Microsoft has released Windows Vista and the 2007 Office System for consumers. The two flagship products, which were released to business customers on November 30, 2006, will be available for consumers starting January 30, 2007, in retail stores across thirty countries.

Windows Vista with all its additional values and enhanced features is priced comparably with Windows XP. For example, Windows Vista Home Basic is priced the same as Windows XP Home. Genuine Windows Vista loaded PCs in India will retail at a starting price of Rs 22,000, while pricing for the Microsoft 2007 Office consumer editions starts at Rs 6,000. Windows Vista consumer editions The diverse consumer SKUs of Windows Vista include:

Windows Vista Ultimate:
It is the first operating system to bring together the full array of entertainment, mobility and business-oriented features available in Windows Vista.

.Windows Vista Home Premium (with Media Centre):
Windows Vista Home Premium will help consumers use mobile or desktop PC functionality more effectively while enabling the enjoyment of new, exciting digital entertainment experiences. Windows Vista Home Premium improves every aspect of digital entertainment experiences, including photos, video, TV, movies, music and games

.Windows Vista Home Basic:
Windows Vista Home Basic is designed for homes with basic computing needs, for consumers who want to simply use the PC to browse the Internet, correspond with friends and family through e-mail or perform basic document creation and editing tasks

.Windows Vista Starter Edition:
Microsoft is also making a basic version of Windows Vista available to first time home users in emerging markets. Windows Vista Starter is designed to empower families and entry-level PC users in these markets to experience the world of social and educational benefits that personal computer technology and the Internet makes possible.

Windows Vista - Minimum Hardware Requirements

A Windows Vista capable PC includes at least: .A modern processor (at least 800MHz1)
.512 MB of system memory
.A graphics processor that is DirectX 9 capable

2007 Office System consumer editions Microsoft 2007 Office System for consumers comprise the following editions:

.Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007: Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007 is the essential software suite for home computer users that enables users to quickly and easily create documents, spreadsheets, and presentations, and organize notes and information in one place, making it easier and more enjoyable for them to get things done.

.Microsoft Office Basic 2007: Office Basic 2007 provides software essentials for new personal computers, so both homes and small businesses can get tasks done more quickly and easily. Office Basic 2007 is the software suite that helps create great-looking documents and spreadsheets, and manage e-mail, calendar, and contacts efficiently. With a new streamlined user interface, enhanced graphics and formatting capabilities, new time management tools, and greater reliability, Office Basic 2007 makes it easier and more enjoyable for people to get things done at home or work.

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Monday, January 15, 2007

How to choose the right credit card

Friends, This is very useful information before you approach for any credit card agent. As I personaly have some bad experience regarding the credit cards.
So I think this should not happen with you !

While shopping for a credit card, it is important to keep these tips in mind: Whether you are paying for your lunch in a hotel, clothes at a designer outlet or cosmetics at shopping malls, nothing is more convenient than a credit card. But the question is how to get the best deal or select the right credit card for you. The credit card market is ferociously competitive. Card issuers are fighting to win you with increasingly tempting offers, such as interest-free introductory periods and perks.

Shop around for the plan that best fits your needs
With the differing rates and features of each card, choosing a card to fit individual lifestyles can be difficult. Which card is best for you depends on how you plan to use it. People use credit cards in different ways. Some basically use a credit card for identification when making hotel reservations and renting cars. The most important factors for these users would be wide acceptance of the card and the annual fee charged.

Know the grace period
For people who pay off the entire balance every month the first priority in a card is to be sure it has a grace period and to know the length of the grace period. Another important factor could be the credit limit.

Low-interest rate
People who sometimes have an unpaid balance at the end of the month would want to choose a card with a low interest rate and a grace period.

Calculation of the interest
For those who usually have an outstanding balance, the most important feature is the calculation of the interest. These users want to get the lowest interest rate possible.

Cash-advance charges
A 'cash advance' means you can withdraw money from a bank against your credit limit. Check out if the bank has any ATMs near your house or workplace. This surely helps in times of emergency. Service fee (transaction fee) each time you take out money, and interest rate for the period for which you have used the money - until settlement date.

Other charges
Almost all card companies will penalise you each time you make a late payment. Some offer protection services against this fee; others charge a bomb. Check this out.

Distribution networks are important. The acceptability of the card at diverse establishments should also be considered while selecting a card.

Lost card liability
Most card issuers mention in the brochures that lost card liability is Rs 1,000. Be careful, that this is actually after it is reported to the bank. Avoid banks that make you liable even for card misuse for a single minute after reporting it.

Free credit period
The days of credit one gets depends on the statement date and the date of transaction. On an average, you could assume you'd get around 20 days of free credit.

A 24-hour helpline service from the card company helps the cardholders during the non-banking hours.

Peer feedback
Ask friends and acquaintances about the cards they use. They will have good and bad experiences to relate–use this information in your hunt for the perfect card.

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Top Paying Google Adsense Keywords List

Here is a list of free top paying keywords for google adsense. The data provided here is just for keyword research and analysis purpose.
Please note that the rates given are what publishers pay google for top spots on google search results page. Rates for partner sites will be much lesser. Also google takes a good cut before passing it to the publisher. However the rates are true indicators for the earning potential for any niche.

I hope the information will be useful for webmasters doing keyword research. I have tried to include all possible high paying keywords in financial domain .


auto insurance quote $57.18
college loan consolidation $53.52
car insurance quote $46.89
federal loan consolidation $46.62
online car insurance $41.92
term life insurance quote $40.43
cheap car insurance $39.79
student loan consolidation $39.45
auto insurance quotes $39.24
online insurance quotes $37.63
student loan information $37.32
equity loan rates $36.53
nj auto insurance $36.31
student loan consolidation center $35.89
debt consildation $35.83
chase credit cards $35.02
student loan refinancing $34.89
discount car insurance $34.34
life insurance quote $34.26
homeowners insurance quotes $33.61
mortgage loans $33.17
mortgage loans $33.17
mortgage refinancing $33.08
equity line of credit $33.05
college loans $32.91
best mortgage rates $32.65
student loans $32.54
loan refinancing $32.44
us mortgage rates $32.38
instant insurance quote $32.37
term life insurance quotes $32.11
consolidation loan $32.03
loan refinance $31.95
car insurances $31.92
safe auto insurance $31.82
insurance auto florida $31.38
auto insurance $31.38
equity line of credit $30.71
gmac mortgages $30.46
mortgages for self employed $30.45
car insurance california $30.17
in car insurance $29.84
best mortgage $29.53
refinancing mortgages $29.43
line of credit $29.27
prequalify loan $28.98
loans com $28.75
business credit report $28.40
whole life insurance quotes $28.17
new york auto insurance $27.72
online mortgages $27.71
student loan $27.61
cheap house insurance $27.45
low cost life insurance $27.25
school loan consolidation $26.99
citi credit $26.80
manhattan mortgages $26.70
school loans $26.61
term insurance $26.58
second mortgage $26.56
credit report com $26.48
auto ins $26.21
consolidation $25.90
line of credit $25.57
landlords insurance $25.46
low mortgage $25.45
commercial vehicle insurance $25.37
credit consolidation $25.32
bad credit mortgages $25.22
bad credit mortgages $25.22
discount life insurance $25.2

In next some post I will try to include all the latest top paying keywords list
from all the domains.

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Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Domain Name Registration - Simple Tips

Domain Name Registration - Simple Tips
When starting a new online business, or expanding an existing one, few things will have as much effect on your ultimate success or failure than a solid plan for domain name registration.

Having a domain name that is easy for your customers and potential customers to remember, that makes sense for the product or service you sell, and that ranks high in search engine queries is an important first step on the road to success for any internet entrepreneur.

One of the most important considerations is the extension. As you probably already know, web sites can be either a .com, a .net or a .org. While .org extensions are generally reserved for use by legitimate non-profit and social service agencies, it can make a lot of sense for a business owner to register both the .net and the .com iteration of his or her desired domain name.

It can also make sense to register several different related domain names in order to take advantage of specific keyword searches. For instance, an online auctioneer who also offers storefront services may want to register a name such as for the auction part of the business and for the storefront portion.

The cost of a domain name purchased from a reputable company should be no more than $1 to $10. The cost will vary depending on the extension(s) chosen and the amount of time of the registration.

Choose your keywords carefully, based on what you feel will be the most commonly searched for word or phrase for your business niche. It is important to use that keyword or keyword phrase in the domain name, since most major search engines seem to favor keyword rich domain names.

It is important to make your domain name registration as topically relevant as possible. Search engine technology is always evolving and changing, and sites which feature good relevance will rank higher than general purpose catch all web sites.
Consider purchasing several different variants of your business. This serves a number of purposes. First, it helps potential customers find you, even if they misspell your domain name.

For instance, registering both and can help the spelling challenged find your site. Secondly, registering several different versions, and several different spellings of that name, can help protect your good name by keeping those with ill intentions (or competitors) from registering that name. In addition to purchasing the .net and .biz version of your domain name registration, consider purchasing hyphenated versions or alternate spellings as well.

Consider the importance of domain name registration to product branding and identity. Web sites like Yahoo, Google and eBay all took advantage of the power of the internet to build a strong brand identity, and they are reaping the rewards of that foresight. The internet can be a powerful branding tool, and a strong domain name registration is the first step toward making your business a household name.

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Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Money in DOMAIN names ..


I am writing this post in interest of public who don’t know
one big source of income !

Here one article will explain the importance of the domain names.

Domain names don't require a huge investment,Like payment of real estate taxes, costs to fix up the building .
You can purchase domain names, all for a low registration fee.
If you have purchased domain names then you can check the value of your domain names at this free domain appraisal site:

You can sold domain names (which you don’t really using) for THOUSANDS of dollars!

Is there money in domain names?

BIG money!
Many domains names which were registered for just six or seven dollars are now selling for tens of thousands of dollars.
Others have sold for SIX FIGURES!

And there is a very closed-lip, tightly-knit groupof smart entrepreneurs who know how to find domains that are expiring, and turn them into GOLD.
Some of them resell expired domains, while others enjoy a flow of new traffic that can be used to makemore money with AdSense or any other revenue stream derived from traffic.

So in next some post I will tell how to purchase domains and what should be the domain names ..


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Monday, January 08, 2007

File recovery programs ..Recover lost data part II

File recovery programs

If you do not have the means to physically transfer the hard disk, resist the temptation toreinstall your OS. There are several software tools available which will enable you to boot your computer with an alternative operating sysyem and then help you try to recover the files.

The simplest way to gain access to the files on your hard drive with a toasted OS is boot your computer with a DOS boot disk and then use a DOS compatiblefile recovery program such as Testdisk, detailed below.

Note that if you have a single hard drive with a single partition that is no longer bootable, file recovery becomes instantly more difficult. Most recovery programs will need a place to copy recovered data, and if you are using the same drive which has the lost data on it you have no guarantee that you will not be destroying more data than you save. It's a far better idea to either install a new hard drive onto the current system and put a new OS on that, or find another computer to transfer the lost hard drive to.

That said, there are several programs such as 'Winternals Disk Commander' and 'ERD Commander', that will boot your system straight into DOS or an alternate OS, then perform file recovery. None of these programs are free however.

If you have installed your hard drive into another computer, or if you have put a new drive with a separate OS into your current machine in order to boot, you now have a couple of advantages: Firstly, You can attempt to access your lost data normally through Windows File Explorer. This will not work if the partition information has been changed, since the OS will not 'see' the logical drives.
Secondly, You can safely play with recovering your files, since you now have a completely separate hard drive on which to put recovered data without compromising the source (lost) drive.


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Steps to recover Lost Data from Hard Drive..

Here is some important information about recovering your lost files or data from hard drive.
Last week I lost some part of important data and was knowing the exact steps to recover,But still managed to recove almost all the data :-)
Even below are not the exact steps to recover data but at least you can prvent further damage and can recover some part of it !

The number one rule to follow when you havelost data is to not write anything more to the affected hard drive! This rule stands true for any situation...
If you have deleted a partition by accident, do not create another partition, just leave it blank.
If you have deleted files from the recycling bin that you realize you need, do not (if possible) save anything to the drive. The reason for this is that hard drives do not actually erase anything, not data or partitions. When you erase a file from the operating systems, it is just marked on the drive as having been deleted. When the system needs to store more data on the drive, it will consider files on the drive marked 'deleted' as being empty space, and cheerfully copy over them. If that happens then you're in big trouble.
The same rule applies twice over for partitions; since partition information just presents the operating system with a way of addressing the space available on the drive. If you wipe out a partition everything from it will seem to be gone.
So if there is no partition information, no data can be read by the operating system. This does not mean that your data it is not there however, only that you can't see it. Data-recovery programs have no such handicap.
What I had done in my zeal was to allow FDISK to test the integrity of the drive, which it does by writing a pattern of data to certain areas. Of course, in my case, many of these areas contained partition information and/or critical system files. The result was one missing partition, due to a destroyed boot sector, and one unbootable (but still readable) XP installation. The good news? I got it (almost) all back.
Here's how.
The first, and best thing to do in a data-loss situation is to make sure no more data is written to the drive. Obviously, if you have just the one partition and it's fried, you can't boot normally to the operating system. The best option in this situation is to transfer the drive to another computer, preferably one using the same file-system as your damaged partition (i.e. the same operating system, or a newer version).
Transferring the HDD to another computer has the dual benefit of preventing the drive from being written to accidentally, and potentially allowing you to retrieve information from the disk just by using Windows Explorer to look through file structures.
If you have damaged or erased essential operating system files, but the partition information is still intact Windows will not boot. The HDD can still be read from a different operating system which is one way out of the doom and gloom.
This was the case with one of the two XP partitions on the disk I mangled, as I was able to fully access it after moving the hard disk physically to another computer.


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