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Techniques on How to Search Data from a Database or List

By: Kenneth Tello Posted: 29 Dec, 2010

Learn the basics of linear and binary search algorithms

One of the most important features of every website or system is allowing users to search for particular information within the program; be it product model on an e-commerce site, a particular user for social networking site, or a book title on a library information system. Providing such a feature on your website saves users, visitors and potential customers the burden of taking too much time finding a piece of information on... continue |

Google Presents: “All About Android”

By: Cresencio Daffon Jr. Posted: 24 Dec, 2010

Google mainly focuses on developing Android for sharing different features and procedures for using its product. Now, Google unleashes apps, ideas, hints, and tips on its Web log according to what was published by its senior VP of product management for Android.

To begin with, you’ll be learning a bit about different applications from Google like the following:

Tango - A system developed to enable automatic submission of new content to Google for indexing of published works in seconds.

SoundHound  An application... continue |

Using The Web In Windows 7 Troubleshooting: Series 3

By: Cresencio Daffon Jr. Posted: 22 Dec, 2010

I apologize to keep you waiting for this third installment of our troubleshooting series. Now, we are going to continue the discussion on tools for troubleshooting Windows 7 using the Web on this third part of the article. At this point, we are going to tackle about Problem Steps Recorder.

Problem Steps Recorder is a very helpful utility from Windows 7 which allows step-by-step documentation of a computer problem that has been created or the moves that lead to a certain... continue |

Using The Web In Windows 7 Troubleshooting: Series 2

By: Cresencio Daffon Jr. Posted: 21 Dec, 2010

Here is the continuation of our discussion about the techniques in troubleshooting Windows 7 using the internet.

Now, what we are going to tackle about is Remote Desktop Connection.

You may use Remote Desktop Connection if you would need to regularly connect with a remote system which lets you control personal computers from distant locations that are of value for admin assistants who need to connect to either critical systems or servers.

You may choose System after going to Control Panel, or select... continue |

Using The Web In Windows 7 Troubleshooting: Series 1

By: Cresencio Daffon Jr. Posted: 21 Dec, 2010

It is for sure that you are finding ways on how to troubleshoot Windows using the internet. Now, Microsoft Corporation is offering the best techniques to connect your busted system using Web-based solutions.

If you are sitting at the keyboard in front of it, you may control your remote personal computer with Problem Steps Recorder, Remote Desktop, and Remote Assistance which is drive saving. Through this you can prevent situations such as shortcomings in accurately identifying dialog messages and settings or... continue |

Why Do You Need To Upgrade To Windows 7 In the Coming Year?

By: Cresencio Daffon Jr. Posted: 20 Dec, 2010

Many of us are still using Windows XP until now, isn’t it? This is a reality because until now most computer users are comfortable with Windows XP’s features and quality that match our needs. But, what do you think? Will you remain an XP user forever even after beyond new years? I guess all of us need to be informed that its time to change our OS to Windows 7 to experience better programming for your computers.

It’s now your turn... continue |

Procedures On Setting Up PC Multiple Users

By: Cresencio Daffon Jr. Posted: 19 Dec, 2010

If you like to always track both your next month’s budget allocation and next week’s work plan of action, and to keep homework and photos in order, you need to follow the procedures in setting up multiple users on your personal computer.

Procedures to follow:

  • To fire start the process you may click Control Panel after clicking Windows Orb to open the Start Menu.


  • You may click the icon that shows two virtual people tagged as User Accounts if you are on... continue |

Software Engineering Tips in Designing Program Input and Output Screens

By: Kenneth Tello Posted: 17 Dec, 2010

Graphical User Interface (GUI) is the part of the program that interacts with the user, allowing them to enter data, take command on how the data are going to be processed and view and generates the needed output and printouts. You as programmer, your main responsibility are to provide user the easiest and most convenient way of interacting the program and generating output; be it an inventory system, a payroll system or an enrollment system. Before you get hyped with... continue |


By: Cresencio Daffon Jr. Posted: 14 Dec, 2010

I’m sure there are a lot of ways you’re thinking about to enhance the features and quality of using your Window Explorer, but you can’t do anything since you don’t have the right and authority to do program modifications. Well, you don’t have to keep on thinking and conceive things beyond your capability because I have the right answer to your questions.

You may try FilerFrog if you want to improve the way you look on Windows Explorer, that is if... continue |

Managing Software Assets Can Bring Savings To An Entity

By: Cresencio Daffon Jr. Posted: 14 Dec, 2010

Nowadays, effective accounting and managing Information Technology expenses is becoming more important for entities in today’s world crisis and job scarcity. Along with this is the expensive and complex works which is a mistaken notion that goes for managing software asset. But there is the most economical and simplest way that entities can do their tasks of managing their software. This is a program called Managing Software Assets, which is implementation of a set of procedures, policies, and processes for... continue |

Folder lock, Protect your important files and folders

By: Mon Peter I. Damiles Posted: 14 Dec, 2010

Do you want to protect your files? Do you want to have a peace on mind that your files are safe? Then this might be the program that you need. This program will be the perfect one for you. Folder lock is one of the fastest programs when it comes to encrypting files because of its 256- bit AES encryption that uses on the fly encryption to ensure that your files are safe. Below are some of the features of... continue |

PDF File Convesion Techniques

By: Cresencio Daffon Jr. Posted: 13 Dec, 2010

Most computers are capable with the help of built-in software for viewing Portable Document Format (PDF) that makes it easier to print and share. The best thing about PDFs is that it is very difficult to change or edit which makes our document secured and format preserved. All you need to have is an Acrobat Reader from Adobe or Foxit Reader, which is a similar PDF reader product for easy viewing and printing of a PDF file. You need to... continue |

Useful Ways To Fix Your PC Dilemmas

By: Cresencio Daffon Jr. Posted: 13 Dec, 2010

There are a lot of issues involved when it comes to problems your personal computer encounters. 

On this article, you’ll know 10 different issues and its corresponding resolutions to use when dilemmas hit your PCs. 

  • Large icons are only visible to your folders 

When you are using Windows Vista and its entire folder seem to have large icons visible within, you may change your default in Windows Explorer by clicking on Tools Folder Options after setting the right view on any folder. Then... continue |

Advantages of Updating Computer BIOS (Basic Input Output System)

By: Cresencio Daffon Jr. Posted: 11 Dec, 2010

When you need to update your PCs Basic Input and Output System (BIOS), you have to take a deep breath and relax first, because if you do it the other way around, it might lead to your computer’s disaster. The advantages of updating your BIOS are:

  • The overall performance of your computer improves
  • Compatibility issues are treated
  • Booting time is shorten

Through BIOS updating, your OS or operating system is supplemented by the way its finding your personal computers hardware elements and your OS... continue |

Windows Explorer Tips To know

By: Cresencio Daffon Jr. Posted: 10 Dec, 2010

There are many things you can do with the latest features of Windows Explorer like; renaming setup files downloaded, showing file extensions, and quickly finding multiple files at no time.

When you are to select multiple files you can press the Ctrl key and at the same time clicking on each files on the list. It is more convenient for you to click a check box located on each respective file that you want to choose instead of holding down the... continue |

The Best Thing To Do To Reinstall Windows And Recover Corrupted Files

By: Cresencio Daffon Jr. Posted: 10 Dec, 2010

What will you do if nothing seems to be the way it was when you last install a free firewall, or Windows crawling like a snail, and other programs look like it’s not going to work the way you want it? The worst comes to worst when the System Restore option, anti malicious ware programs, and cleanup tools are all busted. You might be thinking of a solution that can recover all lost files and help restore your system back... continue |

An Anti-Virus Protection Review Using Avast

By: Cresencio Daffon Jr. Posted: 09 Dec, 2010

When it comes to anti-virus protection for your computers, avast! Antivirus Home Version has a faster scan speed and reliable malicious ware detection features which make it one of the top free antivirus software downloadable from the web where it was developed and originated from the Czech Republic. However, this free antivirus tool for your computer needs updating to improve more on its quality and dependability.

Based on current information gathered, this program blocked a distinctive percentage of computer and internet... continue |

China Shall Never Give Up From Using Internet Explorer Version 6

By: Cresencio Daffon Jr. Posted: 07 Dec, 2010

You may not believe this but until now Internet Explorer 6 is still being used in China. Based on 45.2% statistics from Net Application data gathered by web analytics, the Chinese people are still using IE6 even Microsoft Corporation likes to declare it’s already obsolete.

When Net Application released the date last November, it seems like China’s usage of Internet Explorer 6 is greater than five times than any other countries in the world. Last month, the usage statistics of IE6... continue |

Your Printer Should Be Password Protected

By: Cresencio Daffon Jr. Posted: 06 Dec, 2010

Nowadays, there are a lot of hackers and spy wares roaming in cyberspace, that’s why we need to protect our computers and files to be sure that what you’ve worked for will not be exploited or destroyed by using a personalized password. But how about your printers, does it need password protection as well? Did you know that giving others the freedom to use the printer may lead to digital material theft, and likewise it will also be wasting your... continue |

Adobe, Google release sandboxed Flash Player for Chrome

By: Cresencio Daffon Jr. Posted: 04 Dec, 2010

Both Google and Adobe is working together to bind the link between Adobe Flash Player and Google Chrome.

This is a great innovation from the two IT giants because with this “sandbox” technique it isolates on your computer to stop malicious software to escape from an application and devastate your PC. The real mission is to decrease both impact and extent of security dangers through using “protected mode” which is included with the sandbox procedure. This may said to help only... continue |