Archives for April 2010
Next time you wonder why your insert into sql statement isn’t working, it might be due to the fact that you’re using a reserved keywords for your table’s column name.
Amongst other things, GPS, cellular broadband, and widgets are noteworthy improvements this year which will enable mobile devices to provide sophisticated support – a small preview of what’s in store for this year.
So I’ve created a unique index in a table containing rows of data based on 2 columns (SKU,UPC) but the cardinality of the unique index was showing NONE after it was created. In order to solve that, here’s what I did.
With companies slowly emerging out of recession, consumer oriented mobile phones have propped up in markets. The number of mobile phones making it to the markets has been multiplying at a rapid rate. The growing trend this year seems to be to provide business to consumer and consumer to consumer oriented products – with strategies being aligned to these goals. Gartner, a technology research company brought out a list of technologies which would make an impact in the current fiscal year.
Sony Ericsson has announced its latest gadget, this time targeting the world stage. Sony Ericsson’s Vivaz Pro promises to be a high class mobile handset. It looks excellent from the outset – a prim and proper framework, a cool black and chrome design make it trendy. Weighing a mere 97 grams, the device measures 107 x 51.7 x 12.5 mm in length. The phone comes in a variety of colors – silver (branded as silver moon), black (branded as cosmic black), blue (branded as Galaxy Blue) and red (branded as Venus Ruby).
It’s official. EVO 4G, HTC’s latest android phone, will have Sprint as its carrier partner. The phone features a wide screen display, making it easy to handle and gives you much wanted breathing space whilst making use of the software QWERTY keyboard. Sporting trendy features, the phone has a neat design, is lightweight and easily fits into the hand. The phone is excellent. It runs on the Android – one of the most talked about mobile platforms in recent times.
From Desktop :
Windows Key + Tab : Aero [press Tab to cycle between Windows]
Windows Key + E : Windows Explorer is launched.
Windows Key + R : Run Command is launched.
Windows Key + F : Search (which is there in previous Windows versions too)
Windows Key + X : Mobility Center
Windows Key + L : Lock Computer (It is there from the earlier versions as well)
Windows Key + U : Launches Ease of Access
Windows Key + P : Projector
Windows Key + T : Cycle Super Taskbar Items
Windows Key + S : OneNote Screen Clipping Tool [requires OneNote]
Windows Key + M : Minimize All Windows
Windows Key + D : Show/Hide Desktop
Windows Key + Up : Maximize Current Window
Windows Key + Down : Restore Down / Minimize Current Windows
Windows Key + Left : Tile Current Window to the Left
Windows Key + Right : Tile Current Windows to the Right
[Continue pressing the Left and Right keys to rotate the window as well]
Windows Key + # (# is any number) : Quickly Launch a new instance of the application in the Nth slot on the taskbar. Example Win+1 launches first pinned app, Win+2 launches second, etc.
Windows Key + = : Launches the Magnifier
Windows Key + Plus : Zoom in
Windows Key + Minus : Zooms out
Windows Key + Space : Peek at the desktop
From Windows Explorer :
Alt + Up : Go up one level
Alt + Left/ Right : Back/ Forward
Alt + P : Show/hide Preview Pane
Taskbar Modifiers :
Shift + Click on icon : Open a new instance
Middle click on icon : Open a new instance
Ctrl + Shift + Click on icon : Open a new instance with Admin privileges
Shift + Right-click on icon : Show window menu (Restore / Minimize / Move / etc). Note: Normally you can just right-click on the window thumbnail to get this menu.
Shift + Right-click on grouped icon : Menu with Restore All / Minimize All / Close All, etc.
Ctrl + Click on grouped icon : Cycle between the windows (or tabs) in the group