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One of the more common questions I hear about Vista is which bit version of Windows Vista should one get. Do we go with x86 32 bit edition or x64 64 bit edition? I'm going to try to clear that question up as best as I can and explain the pros and cons of each choice.
First we ...
You can use Microsoft® Web Platform Installer (Web PI) to easily install Internet Information Services (IIS) and applications that run on IIS. However, if you choose to install IIS manually, you can use this article for guidance. You can also refer to Installing and Configuring IIS 7.
IIS 7.0 is the Web server role in Windows Server® 2008 and the Web server ...
I am Sure u guys Know All these commands…. I want to Help The Beginers.. So i am Posting This….
Useful Things to do on CMD!
First, open your Network Connection and right click and select Properties. Then Select TCP/IP and click on Properties again. Now Click on Advanced and WINS tab. Select Default for NeBIOS.
Now back to the main ...
Welcome to Windows XP tips, we're here to help you solve your problems, wether it involves windows xp bandwidth problems, problems with QOS and the reserving of your bandwidth, gpedit and all you can do with it, disabling windows xp qos, stopping messenger from running at startup or you're just having shut down problems. We also will be covering the ...
Changing the Windows XP product key may be necessary if you discover your current key is pirated or illegal but you don't want to reinstall Windows XP to activate your new legal key.
Note: Changes to the registry are made in these steps. Take great care in making only the changes described below. I recommend that you backup the registry keys you're modifying in these ...
Archivist's Note: This is version 2.0.11 of the RSS 2.0 specification, published by the RSS Advisory Board on March 30, 2009. The current version of the RSS spec will always be available at this link, all changes have been logged and other revisions have been archived.
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For the years 2005 2006 2007 2008 you can go to http://sas.sei.cmu.edu/pars/pars.aspx.
Here you can select your desire year/model result from above link.
For Level 3, you can to to http://sas.sei.cmu.edu/pars/list.aspx?ml=3
This post is written for designers, developers, or anyone else who has struggled with testing their websites across multiple browsers.
As little as one year ago, there were almost no good options for testing cross-browser compatibility of websites. The tools out there usually had significant drawbacks — either in cost, capabilities, or time required. Lately, though, there ...
You should know that your web page may render and look fine in one browser but may look different (or even broken) in another browser. These problems if they occurs are called "cross-browser compatibility" issues. This is because different browser are written by different developers and there are differences in which they interpret your HTML ...
One of the greatest problems with CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets, is the issue of cross browser compatibility. What may look great in Mozilla browsers looks terrible in Internet Explorer, and may totally break in Netscape. The biggest mistake a web designer or developer using CSS can make is to design for only one browser, or to assume that since ...