Disadvantages of Iphone 3g.

– No video calls over the 3G network
– The handset wobbles on hard even surfaces
– There are a number of messaging downers
Camera has no auto focus, nor video recording… nor any settings at all
– Safari browser doesn’t support Flash and Java, doesn’t have a download manager
– Bluetooth support limited to headset use only (no A2DP or file transfers)
– No office document editor
– No copy/paste functionality
– You cannot sync Notes and TO-DOs
– No memory card slot

You Can’t forward Text msgs.
– GPS facility is not available in India.
– Even 3g not available in India.
– Camera is of only 2 mega pixel.

Still you want to buy a IPhone….












There is a simple way to find the location of a person of who is mailing you.

you don’t need a program to find an ip from an email. what email do you use? if you use “gmail” you would click the upside down blue arrow then click show original, look for received and the ip thats after it. once you get the ip you can go here . you cannot get an exact location, like an address but you can get a general location. some ip’s though like people using aol cannot be traced because their ip’s are static, there’s been another post explaining this if you want to search for it.

In computing, Virtual Network Computing (VNC) is a graphical desktop sharing system which uses the RFB protocol to remotely control another computer. It transmits the keyboard and mouse events from one computer to another, relaying the graphical screen updates back in the other direction, over a network.

VNC is platform-independent — a VNC viewer on any operating system can usually connect to a VNC server on any other operating system. There are clients and servers for almost all GUI operating systems and for Java. Multiple clients may connect to a VNC server at the same time. Popular uses for this technology include remote technical support and accessing files on one’s work computer from one’s home computer.

VNC was originally developed at AT&T. The original VNC source code and many modern derivatives are open source under the GNU General Public License.

By default, VNC is not a secure protocol. While passwords are not sent in plain-text (as in telnet), brute-force cracking could prove successful if both the encryption key and encoded password are sniffed from a network. For this reason it is recommended that a password of at least 8 characters be used. On the other hand, there is also an 8-character limit on some versions of VNC; if a password is sent exceeding 8 characters, the excess characters are removed and the truncated string is compared to the password.

This is very common question in our mind that why we can’t create a folder with name CON, NUL, COM1, COM2, COM3, LPT1, LPT2, LPT3,COM1 to COM9 and LPT1 to LPT9……..

But here we will create folder with these name…….

you need to follow these steps carefully

STEP1: G oto command prompt

STEP2: and type md \\.\\”c:\con” (with quotes)

The above command will create the folder named “con” in Drive C:

To create that folder in your desktop (for Windows XP) replace the ‘c:\con’ with the FULL PATH of your Desktop, Below is an Example:

md \\.\\”C:\Documents and Settings\USER\Desktop\con” (Where USER is your USERNAME)

(You MUST specify the full path within double quotes [“] If it contains spaces)

In Windows 98, your Desktop path would be : C:\windoiws\Desktop (where C: is the drive letter if your Windows installation)

That is all about creating the folder.

Because after creating such a folder, you can’t delete it by simply pressing the DEL key.
To delete this kind of folder, use the same command replacing MD with RD. For example:

rd \\.\\”c:\con” (with quotes for path containing spaces)

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