Bluehost review

There are hundreds of web hosting providers out there. I have been personally using BlueHost.com for more than 2 years now. And so far, after using few other similar shared hosting, BlueHost.com deserves a great thumb up from me. The features BlueHost provides seem pretty good with all of the expected features of a web host such as cPanel, multiple database support, FTP, email, etc. Bluehost hosting offers unlimited domain hosting, unlimited web storage space, unlimited bandwidth transfer. Bluehost servers are very reliable with great service and uptime and they have excellent customer support with online live chat. BlueHost has a very unique Terms of Service – there’s no legal jargon at all. It’s just some bullet points on a page with the major points included in most Terms of Service agreements. What I like about the support is that they provide 24/7 support via live chat. I am not a great fan of phone support mainly because it costs me something when I made overseas call. The live chat provided by BlueHost could be said world class.

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– Bluehost.com is trusted by 570,000 domain owners.
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Firefox 3 review

18 months after Firefox 2 launch, 3 years of development for much of the underlying Gecko code. Eight alphas, 5 betas, and 3 release candidates later, Firefox 3 is here. Firefox 3 is spreading fast, claiming more than 4 percent of the share of Web browser usage less than 24 hours after its release.
Undoubtedly, most Firefox 3 activity is from existing Firefox users, but it’s still a notable achievement, given that software companies constantly struggle to get users to adopt the latest products.
The open-source web browser is the fastest and most secure version of Firefox yet. Significant improvements have been made to the way it uses your computer’s resources, so the memory leaks and other performance problems found in Firefox 2 have been stamped out. Text and image rendering have also been improved, and the underlying code for Gecko, the engine that draws the actual web pages on the screen, has been updated. There are also heaps of useful features that have been added for both power users and newcomers alike.

Once a purely pedestrian feature, the location bar in Firefox 3 has been juiced up to the point where it is now central to the browsing experience. Searches are instantaneous and happen as you type. Early testers of Firefox 3 loved this new feature so much, they nicknamed it the “Awesome Bar.”

Much in the way Gmail’s powerful search box has replaced the old categorization paradigm of menus and folders for sorting and finding old e-mail messages, the Awesome Bar has largely replaced the need for a traditional bookmark filing system. Studies conducted by various sources over recent months show massive performance gains over previous versions of Firefox as well as competitors like Opera, Internet Explorer 7 and the Windows version of Safari.

Firefox 3 released

In case you hadn’t noticed, Firefox 3 was released on 17th June’2008. It has been a long time coming with several betas and release candidates. I’ve been using it myself as my default browser since Beta 5. Firefox has already surpassed the 5 million download mark it set out to meet in its first 24 hours. Whether that’s a record is hard to say, but it’s very impressive nonetheless. Are you using Firefox 3? Do you plan to upgrade? You can watch the live count as it streams in from Mozilla’s raw server logs, and according to the download day page, the majority of downloads have come from the US. Firefox on the whole is closing in on 20% market share and is higher among tech savvy crowds.

directories out there

There are many forms of directories out there. Zycon is an industrial directory dedicated to helping out industries on both sides. Zycon is an industrial directory connecting engineers and technical buyers with companies products and/or services. For example if a technical person is looking for stainless steel tubing all he needs to do is to go to zycon.com and get into products and click on rubber gaskets.

The website is easy to navigate with lots of information about the product that you would like to find. A good website optimization makes it rank well in search engines. I have found it better than the other similar directories like Thomasnet or GlobalSpec.

Computer Forensics

How many times has your hard disk crashed ? I know, its a real heart attack when your hard disk crashes and you do not have upto date backup. The data could be anything from your emails, documents, images and your bookmarks. The loss is even bigger when it comes to large companies or banks. FlashBackData is an industry leader in computer data recovery and restoration. Sometimes, we unknowingly or by accident delete important files. These people can recover even those files. Its not only hard disk data recovery that they specialize in, they can recover data from any media type or operating system. If your media is involved in litigation, Flashback Data uses advanced knowledge of data recovery to provide you with the most thorough Computer Forensics investigations possible.