Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Speed Up the Web Browsing with Google Web Accelator

What is Google Web Accelerator?

Google Web Accelerator is an application that uses the power of Google's global computer network to make web pages load faster. Google Web Accelerator is easy to use; all you have to do is download and install it, and from then on many web pages will automatically load faster than before.Google Web Accelerator with a dial-up connection users may not see much improvement, as Google Web Accelerator is currently optimized to speed up web page loading for broadband connections and Google Web Accelerator doesn't speed up all web pages because of security reasons, Google Web Accelerator won't speed up pages encrypted with the HTTPS: protocol (such as bank records pages). Also, Google Web Accelerator only speeds up web pages, not large data downloads such as MP3 and streaming video files.

To Use Google Web Acceletor you must have your computer with Windows XP or Windows 2000 SP 3+ operating system and Google Web Accelerator works for the Internet Explorer 5.5+ or Firefox 1.0+ browsers.

How to get the Web Accelator and Install it ?

Click the Following URL and download the Application.

If you are using FireFox, manually you need to configure the proxy settings to for HTTP connections.

For More Information visit here
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What is UWB? Ultra-Wideband Technology

What is UWB ???

Based on the WiMedia standard, intel introduced Ultra-Wideband (UWB) technology, its brings the convenience and mobility of wireless communications to high-speed communications in devices throughout the digital home and office. Its designed to perform in low-power, short- range, wireless personal area networks (WPANs), UWB is the advanced technology which make people free from wires, enabling wireless connection of multiple devices for transmission of video, audio and other high-bandwidth data.

UWB, short-range radio technology, complements other longer range radio technologies such as Wi-Fi*, WiMAX, and cellular wide area communications. It is used to relay data from a host device to other devices in the immediate area (up to 10 meters, or 30 feet). UWB radio transmissions can legally operate in the range from 3.1 GHz up to 10.6 GHz, at a limited transmit power of -41dBm/MHz. Consequently, UWB provides dramatic channel capacity at short range that limits interference.

Today, most computer and consumer electronic devices-everything from a digital camcorder and DVD player to a mobile PC and a high-definition TV (HDTV)-require wires to record, play or exchange data. UWB will eliminate these wires, allowing people to "unwire" their lives in new and unexpected ways. Through UWB: A digital camcorder could play a just-recorded video on a friend's HDTV without anyone having to fiddle with wires.

A portable MP3 player could stream audio to high-quality surround-sound speakers anywhere in the room. A mobile computer user could wirelessly connect to a digital projector in a conference room to deliver a presentation. Digital pictures could be transferred to a photo print kiosk for instant printing without the need of a cable. An office worker could put a mobile PC on a desk and instantly be connected to a printer, scanner and Voice over IP (VoIP) headset.

This convenience features prove that UWB has a fantastic role Wireless Technology and Intel too.............!!!!!!!!
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