Rabu, 11 April 2012

Meaning of Overclocking

When she heard about the word "overclocking", the minds of most ordinary people would have been fixed on the complexity of computer systems is to dismantle the complex, while others would imagine the figure of a computer maniac (complete with all its peculiar attributes) is to disassemble the computer. Of course many of these things are not true. This article tries to give a more "grounded" on the overclocking world takes us at once that still lay hidden potential to optimize the computers we use everyday in a way to overclock it. Please enjoy.Recognition and understanding of overclockingOverclocking is a force as the name of a peripheral clock, usually clock of the processor, higher than the standard. In the development of overclocking is not necessarily related to the increase in clock, but also when we force a peri-Peral works faster than stan-darnya. (Clock: unit of frequency that occurs in the first time, to be in the know: Mhz processor is calculated from the multiply FSB multiplier, or the so-called multiplier. Example: Intel Pentium 2.66 GHz = 20 x 133, where 20 is the multiplier, while the 133 is the FSB of the processor).

Selasa, 20 September 2011

How To Install Meta Tag In Blogger

What is thankfully pairs of Meta Tags??

Meta Tags are keywords entered into the template of our blog. This keyword is associated with a search engine / search engines, because the Meta keyword tag will be displayed in the search engine / search engines. The selection of keywords is not arbitrary. So choose the keywords that actually sought.

Kamis, 15 September 2011

How to Lock Folder in Windows

How to lock a folder with a password

Folder Password Protect is a software program that allows you to set a password for folders of your choice. It supports the following operating systems:
  • Windows 7
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows XP Home and Professional
  • Windows 98
  • Windows NT
  • Windows 2000
  • Windows ME

Rabu, 14 September 2011

How to Find your GPS Location with Google

The Access Grid Node Listing lets one specify GPS coordinates of an Access Grid. These show up as a link to an appropriately centred Google Map. In future, GPS coordinates can be used for inferring time zones, drawing maps of world-wide Access Grid usage, etc. As we encourage all node listings to have accurate GPS coordinates, here's a guide to finding yours ... If you are already familiar with Google Maps and how to find your location at maximum zoom, skip to the final paragraphs of this document. Otherwise, open a web browser and go to Google Maps at the URL listed in the image below see label (1), http://maps.google.com. Google being a search engine, the simplest way of locating your city is to enter a "city, country" in the search box (2). Alternatively, you can self-navigate: Zoom in/out using the vertical slider adjacent to (3). Pan the image left-right-up-down, either using the buttons above (3) or by "clicking and holding" the left mouse button followed by mouse movement in the desired direction Before proceeding, press the "hybrid" button (4), requesting a combination of satellite imagery and local GIS data (roads, labels, etc.).

Selasa, 13 September 2011

Google's Digital Activism

It's an odd story in a way. One day a Texas gal from a ranching family falls in love with the ocean. She loves being in the water and the underwater world, and she has a life-changing 45-minute underwater encounter with a Cephalopod about the size of her thumb. Octopi are Cephalopods and scientists think they could be smarter than we are; some fringy researchers believe Cephalopods might be aliens from outer space or divine beings. Anyway, if you're going to hang around with a Cephalopod for 45 minutes, you're probably going to have what the Texan called "a seminal moment." It changed her life.
Over a span of thirty-five years, her above- water and underwater journey has taken her from the Texas Panhandle to Micronesia to Polynesia and the Caribbean, to work on coastal management, economic development, and research. Now she is a digital activist working to save our seas. Her name is Charlotte Vick, and she's the curator of the Explore the Ocean layer in Google Earth.

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