Internet auction site eBay has bought StumbleUpon, a website that recommends other websites, for $75m (Â£38m). The deal means eBay will get access to almost 2.5 million registered users, who recommend sites to each other. Users get search results that are based on their profiles, which the site says gives them more relevant results than … Continue reading eBay buys recommendations website
GROWTH in the online advertising industry shows few signs of slowing, with ads generated by search engines and directories surging ahead of banners, pop-ups and classified ads. Advertisers spent $294 million advertising online in the first quarter of 2007, according to the first report delivered by PricewaterhouseCoopers. The January-March quarter has always been the weakest … Continue reading Internet ads surge, even as Google keeps mum
If you have a client who cannot run Autocad 2007 that is bundled with Inventor 11 because of a â€˜invalid licence errorâ€™ it is probably because in the registry its set to a â€˜standalone licenceâ€™ & needs to be set to a â€˜network licenceâ€™. You can do this by editing the registry as instructed below: … Continue reading Autodesk AutoCad licence problem
Active Directory users can receive email but not send through their Blackberry device Granting the Full Mailbox Access permission implicitly granted permission to send as the mailbox owner. This meant that another account that has the Full Mailbox Access permission could send e-mail messages that appeared as if they were sent by the mailbox owner. … Continue reading Users cannot send e-mail messages from a Blackberry mobile device through Exchange server
It takes an entrepreneurial fire in your belly to start a business and make it succeed. Not everyone has it. How do you know if you have what it takes to start a business? There’s really no way to know for sure. But I do find things in common among the emotional and family fabric … Continue reading Do you have what it takes to become a entrepreneur ?
About Windows Shows the version of Windows currently installed on the system. Winver.exe Command Prompt Opens a Command-Prompt window. Cmd.exe Event Viewer Displays monitoring and troubleshooting messages from Windows and other programs. Eventvwr.msc Internet Options Internet Explorer Settings. Inetcpl.cpl Internet Protocol Configuration IPCONFIG is a command-line tool used to control network connections on Windows-based computers. … Continue reading Useful Windows Config Tools
Registration of new web addresses has dropped off because of a shortage of names, according to the head of one of Britain’s biggest resellers of domain names. “People setting up a new business are as likely to buy up and old name that is not being used as register a new one. It is very … Continue reading UK ‘running out of web addresses’
Full backup A full backup, which Microsoft calls a normal backup, backs up every selected file, regardless of the status of the archive bit. When the backup completes, the backup software turns off the archive bit for every file that was backed up. Note that “full” is a misnomer because a full backup backs up … Continue reading Backup methods
ADTECH has revealed the results of its latest browser analysis indicating that the current click-through rate of 0.18%, representing the lowest since the ad serving technology firm started the measurement in 2004. Then, the average was 0.33 per cent. “We know from our regular ad analyses that click-through rates oscillate,â€œ commented Dirk Freytag, CEO at … Continue reading Online ad click thru rate falling
To completely uninstall Autodesk InventorÂ® from the system, follow the procedure below. Log in as the Local System Administrator and disable any virus scanning programs. In the Windows Control Panel, double-click the Add/Remove Programs icon. Select Autodesk Inventor, click Remove. Select Autodesk Inventor Professional Modules (if installed), click Remove. Select Autodesk Vault 4 Client, Click … Continue reading How to completely uninstall Autodesk Inventor
Yahoo! is stepping up its battle with Google for internet advertising. Only days after Google bought online ad specialist DoubleClick for $3.1bn, Yahoo! is buying the 80% of Right Media it doesn’t own for $680m. Right Media runs an online advertising exchange, which will make it easier for Yahoo! to place small ads alongside searches. … Continue reading Yahoo! Outclicks Google
As Google moves ahead with its acquisition of online advertising powerhouse DoubleClick, Yahoo continues to wage its own battle with Google on several fronts, including in the field of Web analytics. While Google takes a give ’em all they could want and more approach, Yahoo aims to give Web marketers a more focused set of … Continue reading Yahoo Takes on Google in the Analytics Game
If you use a password policy in a Windows 2000 domain and you migrated some or all of the users to Active Directory (AD) with the AD Migration tool, users who attempt to change their passwords as soon as they receive the Password Change Notification message might receive the following error message: You do not … Continue reading How can I configure the system to let users change their passwords without logging on to the domain?