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Monday, June 25, 2001

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Making the right call

by Peeyush Agnihotri
T is dicey. For entrepreneurs, at least. Dotcoms are dotgones, software hi-fliers have been benched, ISP (Internet Service Provider) is being jokingly called "In Search of Patrons" and now we have call centres that have earned the sobriquet of being fall centres — falling like ninepins and taking investments along with them.

Tackling Win ’98 Shut Down problem
by Vipul Verma
INDOWS is by far the most user-friendly and easy to use operating system as it uses the easiest interface. Though other operating systems also have a Windows interface, yet going by compatibility, availability of software and features Windows is still the most popular operating system in the world.

Integrating career with integrated circuits
by Sumesh Raizada
NTEGRATED circuit (IC) design industry is among those on which the efficient and effective working of any Information Technology application rests. The ICs are extremely important in the functioning of an electronic gadget and are therefore responsible for its success or failure to a large extent.

Who stole the cookies?
by Nakul Goyal

NTERNET cookies are incredibly simple, but they are one of those things that have taken on a life of their own. Cookies started receiving tremendous media attention starting February 2000 because of the Internet privacy concerns. The debate still rages on.

Making printing queue move faster
by Sarabjeet Singh Kanwal
T is time when students of most of the computer colleges complete their assignments and make a beeline for taking printouts from the solitary printer. Suddenly this machine that otherwise lies unused throughout the year becomes a venerated object.

Haryana to get Smart by 2003
by V.P. Prabhakar
HE Haryana Government is on the threshold of e-governance by laying special emphasis on network-centric governance. The Secretariat has been networked and all financial commissioners and secretaries of the government have been connected to this network. Also, e-mail accounts have been created for all government officers and an e-mail directory of the state has been published.

Muting the modem
F you use a modem with your Windows ’98 computer, you may be used to hearing the various beeps and groans it makes as it dials your ISP or corporate network. While these sounds provide audible confirmation that the modem is dialling (and are helpful when troubleshooting dial-up problems), they can be extremely annoying.

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