Thursday, June 08, 2006

FREE POP access to Yahoo Mail

FREE POP access to Yahoo Mail

YahooPOPs! is an open-source initiative to provide free POP3 access to your Yahoo! Mail account.

This application emulates a POP3 server and enables popular email clients like Outlook, Netscape, Eudora, Mozilla, Calypso, etc., to download email from Yahoo! accounts.

This application acts like a gateway. It provides a POP3 server interface at one end to talk to email clients and an HTTP client (browser) interface at the other which allows it to talk to Yahoo!

YahooPOPs! is also available for UNIX @ the authors site.


Add Resume and Download Manager Support to

Add Resume and Download Manager Support to

This tutorial is genuine and verified.

Requirements: Flashget 1.65 (tested on this version)

1. Open the link of given to you. Now wait for the timer counter to get over.

2. When the Download Now link becomes visible copy the link.

3. Open Flashget and select Edit>>Paste URL and the link will get copied. Now the link originally given in the form of
- copy this link and paste in the referrer box. Now start the download.

Resume support and D/L Manager Support Added Successfully.
Appreciable Speeds will be noticed.


GOOGLE SEARCH TRICKS is famous as a search engine and it's full
of tricks. Here are a few new tricks you haven't seen

Google does calculations. For example, to find out how
many times the number 8 goes into the number 720, just
type 720/8 in the search box and press the Enter key to
get the results. You can use the standard + and - keys to
add or subtract. Use the / key to divide and the * to

You can also use google to convert measurements. For example,
type "100 meters in feet" (without the quotes) and press the
Enter key for the results.

Use a dash to eliminate a word you don't want in your search
results. For example, if you were looking for a Hilton hotel
and not the Paris Hilton, you'd type Hilton-Paris as your
search criteria.

Place quotes around your search query terms to direct Google
to search for the terms together. For example, "George Bush"
will avoid any reference to foliage.

If you want to limit your search to a certain domain type,
place a colon after your search and then type the domain
extension. For example,

To limit your search to a specific language sites, click on
Preferences (to the right of the search bar) and click next
to the languages you wish to read search results. Scroll down
to the bottom of that page and click Save Preferences.

Finally, you can enter a zip code, a +, and then a local search
result you wish to find. For example, type 90210+kitchen cabinets
to produce a list of cabinetmakers in Beverly Hills. This works
really well if you are looking for a restaurant.

how 2 install win 98 after winxp is installed

how 2 install win 98 after winxp is installed

This procedure assumes that Windows XP is installed on drive C:

Drive C: must be FAT16 or FAT32 to be able to install Windows 98 after XP is already installed. The 98/Me installation routine cannot write to an NTFS partition.

You must have a second hard disk or partition formatted for FAT16/32 in order to be able to install Windows 98/Me.

As always, installing 98/Me to the same partition as Windows XP is Not recommended!

I recommend the use of a Windows 98 Startup disk for this procedure. You should ensure that DEBUG.EXE is on your Startup disk. On a 98 Startup disk, created from Add/Remove Programs, its in the EBD.CAB file on the Startup disk. For a 98 Startup disk created from FAT32EBD.EXE its on the floppy

Installing Windows 98

Use a Win98 Startup disk (with CD support) to boot your computer.

Insert your Win98 CD into the CD Rom drive.

At the A: prompt type X:Win98Setup.exe where X: is your CD-ROM drive.

Proceed with the install. When prompted for the install location, you'll see C:Windows.000. Choose Other directory and change this to the drive you wish to install 98 to and name the folder Windows (or something else if you prefer).

Complete the Win98 install. Allow the computer to boot into Win98.

Repairing the Windows XP Boot Loader

Create a Win98 Startup Disk

Create a Notepad file with the following entries, exactly as shown:

L 100 2 0 1








Save the file to the Win98 Startup Disk as READ.SCR

Boot the computer with the Win98 Startup Disk and at the A: prompt type

Boot the computer with the Win98 Startup Disk and at the A: prompt type


Steps 1 - 4 create the BOOTSECT.DOS file needed to boot Win98. You may need to use the ATTRIB C:BOOTSECT.DOS -S -H -R command if BOOTSECT.DOS already exists and you get an error when trying to recreate it.

Configure your computer to boot from the CD drive. This is done in the BIOS, or your computer may offer the option at startup if it detects a bootable CD. If your computer does not support booting from CD-Rom, you should also be able to boot with a 98 Startup disk, and run WINNT.EXE from the I386 folder of your XP CD.

Insert your XP CD and boot from it.

You'll see some files being copied, then you'll be presented with a choice of installing or repairing an existing installation. Choose Repair.

You'll be asked which XP installation you want to log into. Enter 1. There is usually only one installation.

You'll be prompted for the Administrator password. For Home, the default password is blank, so just hit Enter. For Pro, enter the same password you did during setup for the Administrator account (this is not the same as the password for an Admin level account. It must be the Administrator account password).

At the C:Windows prompt, type FIXBOOT. You'll be prompted to confirm. Do so.

When FIXBOOT is finished, remove the XP CD and type EXIT and the machine will reboot.

Reconfigure your computer to boot from the hard drive if necessary.

You will now get the XP Boot loader with your choice of operating system

Borland ® C++Builder ™ 6 Enterprise

Borland® C++Builder™ 6 Enterprise

Borland® C++Builder™ 6 Enterprise provides a robust, high-productivity e-business development platform. The BizSnap™ Web Services development framework enables business-to-business integration by easily creating industry-standard SOAP/XML Web Services and connections. Increase the power and efficiency of Web application development with WebSnap,™ the component-based Web application development framework; using DataSnap,™ build enterprise-class database middleware solutions that integrate with many business applications. Create cross-platform-ready solutions for currently planned Borland C++ products for the Linux® platform with CLX,™ the Borland Component Library for Cross-platform development. Gain full control of development and deployment of large projects with the new open-architecture Project Manager and internal make system.

download link for BorlandCBuilder6Evaluation.exe

Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Microsoft Java Virtual Machine

Java Virtual Machine

This site offers you the necessary downloadable files to (re)- activate your Java applications on your Operating System.

Due to troubles between Microsoft and Sun, the new versions of Windows XP doesn't support Java anymore. Allthough this matter is between two companies, the customers are the ones that do have big troubles sometimes getting several applications to work on their home or business Operating Systems.

Therefore i have created this site on august 15, 2004 which offers the solution to most people having troubles with Microsoft Java Virtual Machine.

You can check your system here if ticker doesn't works then u can download Microsoft VM here. If it works u can simply update your old Microsoft VM here or here. In case any link fails u can choose from Virtual Machine Links

While u are downloading Microsoft Java Virtual Machine .. .. .. ..

Order a Windows XP Service Pack 2 CD

Getright Download Manager and Firefox with Google Toolbar are must downloads from .

Update Norton Antivirus Definitions Here

The Best FREE Antivirus is AVG 7

Download Latest Songs

Play all types of videos and audios by clicking on this link and downloading K-Lite Codec Pack.

Go to the comments section, also to let me know if you like this service! Thank you!

A page to Help XP users to get Microsoft Java Virtual Machine (now Microsoft Virtual Machine) . It should be noted Microsoft will not provide any support for Microsoft Virtual Machine after 2007. So to plan for future you may go for Sun Java Virtual Machine and download it manually or automatically.