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If you have to shuttle between your desk and the conference room this mouse is for you! The mouse can be attached to your laptop on the go plus the receiver is so small that once you plug it into your computer you can forget about it. One of the notable feature is the supper fast hyper scrolling feature. One spin goes through up to 10,000 lines of a spreadsheet in seven seconds. Or, shift into click-to-click mode for more control with lists, slides, or photos. You’ll never go back to an ordinary scroll wheel.

Features

  • One less thing to carry Clip-and-Go dock that lets you snap your mouse onto your laptop
  • Extra-long battery life (up to 18 months) and low-battery indicator
  • Plug-and-forget nano receiver that is so small, it stays in your laptop
  • Revolutionary hyper-fast scrolling for flying through documents and Web pages
  • Enhanced 2.4 GHz cordless technology for more robust, reliable performance
Amazing technology from Japan

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but can you guess what it is ?

Look closely and guess what they could be…

Are they pens with cameras?

Any wild guesses? No clue yet?

Ladies and gentlemen… congratulations!
You’ve just looked into the future… yep that’s right!

You’ve just seen something that will replace your PC in the near future.

Here is how it works:

In the revolution of miniature computers, scientists have made great developments with bluetooth technology.. .

This is the forthcoming computers you can carry within your pockets .

This ‘pen sort of instrument’ produces both the monitor as well as the keyboard on any flat surfaces from where you can carry out functions you would normally do on your desktop computer.


Can any one say, ‘Good-bye laptops?’

Mozilla Firefox is a fast, full-featured web browser that makes browsing more efficient than ever before. Firefox includes pop-up blocking, a tab-browsing, integrated Google searching, simplified privacy controls that let you cover your tracks more effectively, a streamlined browser window that shows you more of the page than any other browser and a number of additional features that work with you to help you get the most out of your time online. Version 2 features an updated theme and user interface, built-in phishing protection, enhanced search capabilities, improved tabbed browsing, and inline spell checking.

Mozilla Firefox provides support for various versions of Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. Although not officially released for certain operating systems, the freely available source code works for many other operating systems, including FreeBSD, OS/2, Solaris, SkyOS, BeOS and more recently, Windows XP Professional x64 Edition.

There are a few tricks to speed up Firefox. Check them out below:

1. Open Firefox.
2. Type about:config in the address bar and press Enter.

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HTTP PIPELINING

HTTP is the application-layer protocol that most web pages are transferred with. In HTTP 1.1, multiple requests can be sent before any responses are received. This is known as pipelining. Pipelining reduces page loading times, but not all servers support it.

In the filter bar type network.http.pipelining. Make sure under the value field is says true. If not double-click to set it.

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Return to the filter bar and type network.http.pipelining.maxrequests. Double-click this option and set its value to 8.

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HTTP PROXY

Go to the filter bar and type network.http.proxy.pipelining. Once it opens double-click it to set it to true.

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DNS

IPv6 was designed in part to solve the problem IPv4 will soon be facing: the exhaustion of all possible IP addresses. Mozilla implemented IPv6 support in early 2000, but that support did not receive widespread testing until recently as IPv6-capable OSs and network software/equipment became more common.

One particular bug that has appeared exists not in Mozilla, but in IPv6-capable DNS servers: an IPv4 address may be returned when an IPv6 address is requested. It is possible for Mozilla to recover from this misinformation, but a significant delay is introduced.
Type network.dns.disableIPv6 in the filter bar and set this option to true by double clicking on it.

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CONTENT INTERRUPT PARSING

This preference controls whether the application will interrupt parsing a page to respond to UI events. It does not exist by default.
Right-click (Apple users ctrl-click) anywhere in the about:config window and select New and then Boolean from the pop-up menu.

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Enter content.interrupt.parsing in the New boolean value pop-up window and click OK.

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You will be prompted to choose the value for the new boolean. Select true and click OK.

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CONTENT MAX TOKENIZING TIME

Rather than wait until a page has completely downloaded to display it to the user, Mozilla applications will periodically render what has been received to that point. This preference controls the maximum amount of time the application will be unresponsive while rendering pages.
Right-click (Apple users ctrl-click) anywhere in the about:config window and select New and then Integer from the pop-up menu.

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Enter content.max.tokenizing.time in the New integer value pop-up window and click OK.

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You will be prompted to enter a value. Enter 2250000 and click OK.

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CONTENT NOTIFY INTERVAL

This preference specifies the minimum amount of time to wait between reflows. Right-click (Apple users ctrl-click) anywhere in the about:config window and select New and then Integer from the pop-up menu.

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Enter content.notify.interval in the New integer value pop-up window and click OK.

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You will be prompted to enter a value. Enter 750000 and click OK.

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CONTENT NOTIFY ONTIMER

This preference specifies whether to reflow pages at an interval any higher than that specified by content.notify.interval. Right-click (Apple users ctrl-click) anywhere in the about:config window and select New and then Boolean from the pop-up menu.

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Enter content.notify.ontimer in the New boolean value pop-up window and click OK.

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You will be prompted to choose the value for the new boolean. Select true and click OK.

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CONTENT NOTIFY BACKOFFCOUNT

This preference controls the maximum number of times the content will do timer-based reflows. After this number has been reached, the page will only reflow once it is finished downloading. Right-click (Apple users ctrl-click) anywhere in the about:config window and select New and then Integer from the pop-up menu.

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Enter content.notify.backoffcount in the New integer value pop-up window and click OK.

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You will be prompted to enter a value. Enter 5 and click OK.

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CONTENT SWITCH THRESHOLD

The user can interact with a loading page when content.interrupt.parsing is set to true. When a page is loading, the application has two modes: a high frequency interrupt mode and a low frequency interrupt mode. The high frequency interrupt mode interrupts the parser more frequently to allow for greater UI responsiveness during page load. The low frequency interrupt mode interrupts the parser less frequently to allow for quicker page load. The application enters high frequency interrupt mode when the user moves the mouse or types on the keyboard and switches back to low frequency mode when the user has had no activity for a certain amount of time. This preference controls that amount of time. Right-click (Apple users ctrl-click) anywhere in the about:config window and select New and then Integer from the pop-up menu.

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Enter content.switch.threshold in the New integer value pop-up window and click OK.

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You will be prompted to enter a value. Enter 750000 and click OK.

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NGLAYOUT INITIALPAINT DELAY

Mozilla applications render web pages incrementally – they display what’s been received of a page before the entire page has been downloaded. Since the start of a web page normally doesn’t have much useful information to display, Mozilla applications will wait a short interval before first rendering a page. This preference controls that interval. Right-click (Apple users ctrl-click) anywhere in the about:config window and select New and then Integer from the pop-up menu.

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Enter nglayout.initialpaint.delay in the New integer value pop-up window and click OK.

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You will be prompted to enter a value. Enter 0 and click OK.

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UI SUBMENU DELAY

This preference controls the time a menu takes to open a sub-menu. Right-click (Apple users ctrl-click) anywhere in the about:config window and select New and then Integer from the pop-up menu.

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Enter ui.submenuDelay in the New integer value pop-up window and click OK.

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You will be prompted to enter a value. Enter 0 and click OK.

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PLUGIN EXPOSE FULL PATH

This preference shows full path to plugins in about:plugins. Right-click (Apple users ctrl-click) anywhere in the about:config window and select New and then Boolean from the pop-up menu.

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Enter plugin.expose_full_path in the New boolean value pop-up window and click OK.

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You will be prompted to choose the value for the new boolean. Select true and click OK.


BROWSER CACHE MEMORY CAPACITY

When a page is loaded, it can be cached so it doesn’t need to be rerendered to be redisplayed. This preference controls the maximum amount of memory to use for caching decoded images and chrome (application user interface elements). Right-click (Apple users ctrl-click) anywhere in the about:config window and select New and then Integer from the pop-up menu.

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Enter browser.cache.memory.capacity in the New integer value pop-up window and click OK.

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You will be prompted to enter a value. Enter 65536 and click OK.

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A fresh take on the browser

At Google, we spend much of our time working inside a browser. We search, chat, email and collaborate in a browser. And like all of you, in our spare time, we shop, bank, read news and keep in touch with friends – all using a browser. People are spending an increasing amount of time online, and they’re doing things never imagined when the web first appeared about 15 years ago.

Since we spend so much time online, we began seriously thinking about what kind of browser could exist if you started from scratch and built on the best elements out there. We realized that the web had evolved from mainly simple text pages to rich, interactive applications and that we needed to completely rethink the browser. What we really needed was not just a browser, but also a modern platform for web pages and applications, and that’s what we set out to build.

So today we’re releasing the beta version of a new open source browser: Google Chrome.

On the surface, we designed a browser window that is streamlined and simple. To most people, it isn’t the browser that matters. It’s only a tool to run the important stuff – the pages, sites and applications that make up the web. Like the classic Google homepage, Google Chrome is clean and fast. It gets out of your way and gets you where you want to go.

Under the hood, we were able to build the foundation of a browser that runs today’s complex web applications much better . By keeping each tab in an isolated “sandbox”, we were able to prevent one tab from crashing another and provide improved protection from rogue sites. We improved speed and responsiveness across the board. We also built V8, a more powerful JavaScript engine, to power the next generation of web applications that aren’t even possible in today’s browsers.

This is just the beginning – Google Chrome is far from done. We’ve released this beta for Windows to start the broader discussion and hear from you as quickly as possible. We’re hard at work building versions for Mac and Linux too, and we’ll continue to make it even faster and more robust.

We owe a great debt to many open source projects, and we’re committed to continuing on their path. We’ve used components from Apple’s WebKit and Mozilla’s Firefox, among others – and in that spirit, we are making all of our code open source as well. We hope to collaborate with the entire community to help drive the web forward.

The web gets better with more options and innovation. Google Chrome is another option, and we hope it contributes to making the web even better.

But enough from us. The best test of Google Chrome is to try it yourself.

DOWNLOAD HERE
http://www.google.com/chrome/?hl=en

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Dell’s smallest computer is boasted as the greenest! Made from recycled material this little computer is quite capable. More flexible than a typical PC, the Dell Studio Hybrid is an anywhere-you-want-it-desktop. Our smallest desktop, it looks great in the living room, on the desk, or anywhere else space is at a premium. And because sleeves are available in 6 colors or Bamboo, you know it’ll match your sense of style. Plus, it uses energy-efficient Intel® CoreTM 2 Duo Mobile Processors, so you can enjoy its power while helping to preserve the planet.

Features

  • Personalize with 6 interchangeable color sleeves or bamboo
  • Ultra-compact design with Intel mobile technology performance
  • Features include slot-load DVD, HDMI, and optional Blu-rayTM
  • Dell’s greenest, most power-efficient consumer desktop

The back’s got connectors for HTPC functions.
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Colors for your life style
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Introducing the new Studio Hybrid desktop starting at only $499!