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by Vipul Verma

THE WORLD OF computers has come a long way in the past few years. Right from PC XT to Pentium 4, there has been a tremendous change in technology and also the corresponding speed of the processors. From 16 MHz to 1500 MHz or 1.5 GHz, there has been a lot of improvement in these.


Netscape 6 — browser that uses themes

HE Internet browser war has again picked up as the new offering from Netscape, i.e. Netscape 6, has won accolades from industry-watchers and users. The Netscape Corporation, a part of the AOL, has been in the news for its browser since past several months and especially after the launch of Internet Explorer 5.5, the launch of Netscape 6 was eagerly awaited.

Managing database meticulously
Sumesh Raizada

TODAY, as the information is generated and transferred at a fast pace from one corner to another of the globe, it has become essential for an individual to properly arrange and store this information in a pre-designed fashion so that whenever required, the same can be retrieved from the stored file or a cabinet or a record.

BSNL, HFCL eye WLL facility in Chandigarh
by Peeyush Agnihotri
triangular contest to woo phone subscribers is currently on in the city. Spice, the cellular phone operator, Himachal Futuristics Corporation Ltd (HFCL), a private basic telephone service operator, and Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) — all claim that their subscriber base has increased.

Software, made in Ludhiana
by Naveen S. Garewal
WANKY air-conditioned buildings with hundreds of Microsoft Certified professionals in the downtown areas are not essential for the information technology revolution to take place. The IT revolution sweeping Punjab has its roots in several one-man software developers, working out of homes with a skeletal supporting staff thrown in.

Keyboard shortcuts to chatting on the Net
by Gaurav Sood
HE Web is becoming more and more alive. The days of the static pages are numbered and with the introduction of online applets, the Web is becoming increasingly dynamic. According to a definition, chatting on the Net means real-time communication between two users via computer. 

News Net
Kashmir—a tangle tighter than the Web

On hardware
Pentium 4 is here

Kids Chat
Rear an e-pet

Cyber Kids
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