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Monday, January 8, 2001

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Which is your ace?
by Vipul Verma
t’s common to see people spending a lot of time and energy in deciding on the hardware component of their computer without paying much attention to the operating system that would suit their kind of requirement. The most common practice is to opt for the operating system (OS) that comes pre-loaded with the computer. 


Tips and tricks for Microsoft Excel
Office suite has several software which are self-sufficient and do not require any support from other applications. Microsoft office software like MS Excel is among such software, which is perhaps most widely used these days in almost all commercial or technical applications. It has application in accounting, technical and statistical research or wherever the arithmetical computing of data is required.

Letsbuyit.com faces rough weather
by Julia Snoddy

gloom over the UK dot.com world deepened further last week when another high-profile Internet company plunged into trouble.

Hosting Web sites for clients
by Sumesh Rai

-commerce and related applications of the Internet has established wide acceptance in the USA and Western countries. It is fast gaining momentum in the rest of the world including India, as everyone is now realising the vast potential of business that the Web offers.

Taking the hassle out of school admissions
by Peeyush Agnihotri

January and that time of the year when "public school syndrome" nags the concerned parents who start scanning newspapers for admission notices. They stuff a three-year-old with so much general awareness, that it could even leave a Kaun Banega Crorepati aspirant awestruck. All this so that the brat is able to mutter a few shapes, colours and alphabets correctly in front of the "interview board."

E-rupees — the new Net currency
by Naveen S. Garewal

of paying for your Net connection, phone bills and computer upgrades? Here is your chance to make some money on the Net. An Indian portal, netwala.com, has come out with a "make money" option that has proved very successful in the West. 

Hackers divert visitors, overwhelm servers with e-mail ‘bombs’
by Tania Branigan

numbers of political campaigners are embracing the Internet with the fervour their parents showed for sit-ins as they try to claw back its independence and make online actions a standard part of modern protests.

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