Nice to know Windows will always be windows. I say this because just recently I had my first Blue Screen of Death. After almost 3 months of using my fresh new laptop without a hassle, Windows finally choked and gaggled, and finally collapsed on me with a non-fatal stroke. But before you go bashing Windows for being a crappy OS, I must say that this was really my fault to some extent, and I am proud of it. So what did I do? I simply pushed the OS to it limits and it had to choke. Here is the list of applications and peripherals running at the time of the crash: Continue reading “My First Blue Screen Of Death On Windows 7”
Okay the title is a bit deceptive I know. This is not actually some well planned and detailed search result analysis, so don’t get your hopes up. Anyways, I have been monitoring the statistics for this blog over the past month and I have been seeing some interesting I thought I would like to share. Basically, my blog has been receiving a fair amount of traffic from search engines every week, and the bulk of the traffic seems to end up on my post about My Wish List For Dreamweaver CS5 – Reviewed. Most of the page hits came from search results for the following terms, “Dreamweaver CS5”, “Code Completion” and “Dreamweaver CS5 PHP”. Most of my other blog post received minor traffic, so I decided to find out who was sending me all these visitors. Continue reading “Microsoft Bing vs Google Search (Results Comparison)”
Through out the whole beta test period I used IE 8 and rather enojoyed it. However, I expected there to be another 3-4 months before the release of the browser, but it came so so much earlier, and as I expected, “the browser is still was tooooo buggy to be on the market”. As I have said in earlier rants, it is slow, although is does a great job at rendering the pages. And it tends to hang a bit too often.
Microsoft, you need to pick up the pieces.