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GRAPHIC BY GAURAV SOOD

by
Vipul Verma

WINDOWS is the most widely used operating system in the world. It is also one of the most user-friendly. It is currently available in Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT and Windows Me versions. Though these operating systems are technically different from each other, the basics remain the same.

 


Navigating Net with Netscape Navigator
by Roli
B
ROWSER and the Internet are complimentary to each other The Internet has many uses like browsing, chat or e-mail. Most of these, except e-mail, require extensive use of a browser. Basically, a browser is an application-program that provides a way to look at and interact with all information on the World Wide Web.

MIS for business managers
by Sumesh Raizada
J
UST as the Prime Minister is assisted by experts, who advise him on issues related to science, technology, literature, commerce, foreign affairs, or defence, similarly, in business, policy-makers seek logical and analytical suggestions from qualified professionals to take effective decisions.

What really happens in cyber cafes?
by Peeyush Agnihotri
R
OCK pigeons delivered letters laboriously penned on a desktop of a roll-top desk. Life has changed now. A desktop refers to the one on a computer screen rather than the one that the machine rests on. Pigeons and pigeonholes of the 19th century have e-volved to become PCs and the cyber cafes, respectively, by the end of the 20th century.

Resumes for sale
by Ian Boughton
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HAT a precious document is your resume a deeply personal record of your status and achievement, your whole life contained in a couple of absolutely priceless pages. And in the open market, it is worth seven cents.

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