8.15.2009

How to install unicode??

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Nepali Unicode Installation
Before installing Unicode Driver in our computer, please consider that we need to install Complex scripts in our computer. To install the complex scripts in our computer, please follow the following instructions:

Requirement:
1. Operating system (OS) CD, for e.g. Win XP CD
2. Unicode CD or Downloaded Copy of Nepali Unicode

Prerequisites to run the Unicode in Win XP
1. Go to Control Panel
2. Double Click on the Regional and Language Options icon.


3. You will find Three Tabs (Regional Options, Language and Advanced) on the top.
4. Click On the Languages tab, you will find the two check box unmarked.

To install Unicode, You have to mark the upper one check box written a text of “files for Complex script and right-to-left languages (including Thai"). When you click on it, an Alert window will appear. Click on the OK button.
5. Now, Click on Apply Button of this Language Tab thereafter, you will be asked for Win XP CD. Then insert XP cd in your CD ROM. It will take certain time in copying some scripts from XP cd to your computer.
6. After installing the complex script you'll be asked to restart the computer.
Click on YES button to restart the computer.

Installation of Nepali Unicode in your computer
Two different keyboard layout of Unicode are available to you.

A. Traditional Layout
If you feel comfortable with True Type Font (TTF) for example Preeti, Kantipur etc for typing then it will be easier for you to use Traditional Unicode Keyboard Layout that resembles with TTF except in some ‘?Huh???’.
To install the Traditional Keyboard Layout of Unicode, please follow the following instruction.

Download Tradition Nepali Unicode [contain software and Keyboardlayout]
Double click on Setup file.


B. Romanized Layout
If you are not familiar with any nepali typing, then it might be easier to use Romanized keyboard layout. To install the Romanized Keyboard Layout, please follow the given below instruction.


Download Nepali Unicode Romanized [contain software and Keyboard layout]
Double click on Setup file.

C. You can install both of the keyboard layout drivers in a computer.

To make the setting of Unicode please follow the following instruction.

1 .After the completion of installation, please follow the instruction of step one through three as given in the above prerequisite steps.
2. Click on the “Language Tab”.
3. Click on the Details at the middle-right hand side of this window.
4. You will find a new window with heading of “Text Service and Input Language”
5. By default Setting Tab will open. You will find Add, Remove button at the right middle of this new window.
6. Click on Add button.
7. A new window will appear. Add Input Language as header.
8. Click on Input Language Combo box and select Sanskrit as Input Language and NepaliRomanized or Nepalitraditional as Keyboard layout.
9. Click on OK. If you need both of the layout add both of them by following the earlier procedure.
10. Click on Apply and OK Button.

You can see a language bar at your desk either at the right bottom side of the Window or Top-Right of the Window.

To interchange the Languages (Nepali and English), Please press Alt+Shift key and start to type.


इन्सटल गर्न मन छैन तर नेपाली युनिकोड मा लेख्न मन छ भने तलको लिङमा थिच्नु होस्
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8.14.2009

Google OS

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Google Chrome has always been a little more than a browser: it's optimized for running web applications, each tab runs as a separate process, the interface is minimalistic and there's even a task manager. "We realized that the web had evolved from mainly simple text pages to rich, interactive applications and that we needed to completely rethink the browser. What we really needed was not just a browser, but also a modern platform for web pages and applications, and that's what we set out to build," said Google in September 2008.

Google's blog announces a natural extension of the Chrome project: an operating system for netbooks. "Google Chrome OS is an open source, lightweight operating system that will initially be targeted at netbooks. Later this year we will open-source its code, and netbooks running Google Chrome OS will be available for consumers in the second half of 2010. (...) Google Chrome OS will run on both x86 as well as ARM chips and we are working with multiple OEMs to bring a number of netbooks to market next year. The software architecture is simple — Google Chrome running within a new windowing system on top of a Linux kernel."

As people use more and more web applications, the operating system becomes less important and it makes no sense to pay for it. The desktop mail client could be replaced by Gmail, the calendaring application could be replaced by Google Calendar, the office suite has lightweight alternatives: Google Docs and Zoho, it makes more sense to use an online feed reader like Google Reader, your scientific calculator is less powerful than Wolfram Alpha and you'll rarely need a video player when you have YouTube, Hulu and other video sites.

This idea is not new and there are already operating systems optimized for the browser. For example, Good OS announced last year Cloud, an operating system that "integrates a web browser with a compressed Linux operating system kernel for immediate access to Internet, integration of browser and rich client applications, and full control of the computer from inside the browser". If Google manages to create a great user interface, the new operating system could be very successful.

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