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Posts posted by Fulvian

  1. 9000 Rupees = US$ 200 right? :P and excluding monitor, of course :D

    • Mainboard MSI K8MM-V or ASUS K8V-MX with onboard video card = US$ 50 = 2250 Rupees
    • CPU AMD Sempr0n 2500+ Socket 754 = US$ 68 = 3061 Rupees
    • HDD 40 GB = 1100 Rupees (actually 20 GB is more than enough if You can still find 20GB HDD :D)
    • RAM Kingston ValueRAM or Corsair ValueSelect 256MB PC3200 = US$20 = 901 Rupees
    • Keyboard = 100 Rupees
    • Floppy drive = 200 Rupees
    • Mouse = 60 Rupees (but optical mouse is preferrable :D)

    Total: 7672 Rupees, the rest is for case & power supply, AVR if needed, and additional 256MB of RAM if possible :lol:

  2. Okay, I don't intend to start arguing which browsers are faster, which are slower, or even which is the fastest

    But I'd be interested if someone knew an easy & simple method or independent software to compare browsers speed on my own, so far I'm using a browser (let's say "X Browser") because it "feels" faster than any other browsers that I've tried (I haven't tried all browsers, so it may not be the "fastest"), it just "feels" faster, that I told my friend about the "feeling" :D but my friend totally disagreed and he said he's using "Y Browser" (I've tried this one). "Y is definitely better than X, that's what I feel", LoL :lol: and we started arguing "feelings" :lol:

    I know, for most people, they don't care which browser is faster and which one is slower, because they're on their 1 Mbps (or faster connections), while I'm using dial-up, :( and browser speed does matter

    Note that I didn't mention any browser's name, I'm trying not to be "X Browser fanboy" :P

  3. i'm running the web edition of 2k3 and it runs great. it detected all my hardware and i haven't had any crashes or delays

    Unfortunately the web edition doesn't support IrDA :unsure:

    that's why I switched to Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition B) B) because I can't live without my lovely IrDA adapter :lol: (used for modem)

  4. I love Java because I do live in Java island :P

    btw, it's powerful in its cross-platform portability, write an application in Java and You can deploy & run it on wide variety of operating systems, e.g. Win32, Win64, Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X, etc. without rewriting & reconfiguring the application at all :)

    For those who don't like Java, are You sure You haven't executed any Javascript codes in Your browser during surfing lately :D LoL

    LoL :D look at the source of this page, it contains Javascript :thumbup

  5. Would anyone believe? :P

    I'm using a flat-rate unlimited GPRS for my internet connection

    LoL :D :D

    slow, only 48-56Kbps maximum, but I like the mobility as I can use it anywhere in my country as long as I got cellular signal :P

    There aren't many WiFi hotspots here, and they're just too expensive for me :D

  6. Hello Mr. Moderator, speaking about nickname,

    Your nick sounds like a Street Fighter character's name :D:P:D

    Oh, I also wanna ask, why is micronazi's posts-count zero? He already got two posts in this thread :)

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