How to optimize the performance of gaming website

September 13th, 2011 | Posted under Computer Advice, Internet Trends, The Internet, Web Hosting | No Comments »

How to optimize the performance of your gaming website

One of the major attractions in a computer is playing games. Many people have a passion for computer games but one cannot enjoy a game over the computer if it runs very slowly. Various things are responsible for slow running of a computer and a slow running computer is the major cause of poor game performance. The common symptoms of poor gaming are poor quality of video display, disturbances in audio playback, fragmented game play, and sloweness of video game. Below some tips are given which will help o one to run the games smoothly.

How to adjust for best performance of games

By clicking the start button, right click the computer. Then click on properties and next on advance system settings, then type password to continue. Next click settings in performance on the advance tab. Next click adjust for best performance on visual effects tab and then press ok. To close the systems properties dialogue box press ok. Now test your game. If you face problem check the hard disc.

How to optimize the performance of your gaming website


Check hard disc Drive space

Delete the unnecessary files and save the unused files in a CD, DVD or USB drive. By doing this you can get more disc space and your computer will run faster.

Scan Disc should be done once in a week

Scan disc checks your surface folder file errors and corrects them. If your computer was not shutdown properly it may create errors. If this happens again and again it will slow down your computer. So always ensure to shutdown your PC from start menu.

Stop opening multiple programs at a time

Opening several programs at a time slower your gaming speed. So whenever you are playing games don’t run any other program.

Install anti-spyware system

Your computer will be slower if spyware and viruses enter into in. System resources will be infected by the spyware and viruses thereby make it slower.

Run disc defragmenter once a week

As one adds more programs and files to the computer it causes fragmented files which is another cause of slow running of the computer. The work of disk defragmentation software is to organize all your files and make them to access you faster.

Minimize the size of your webpage history

The web page in your computer is visited by internet explorer. Every day it organizes them into a page history. One can store several days’ page in it, but it slows down one’s system. More than one week’s web history should not be stored at a time.

How to optimize the performance of your gaming website


By doing all the above things if you still face problem in improving the gaming speed then you can install a game performance improving device. These devices improve your game performance speed by the touch of a button. They improve your game play and game stability so that you can enjoy playing games on your PC. They free your RAM and make sure that your PC runs at high performance so that you can enjoy the game to the maximum. They work on window vista, window 7 and window XP.


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Best Social Networking Sites of today

July 8th, 2010 | Posted under Internet Trends, Miscellaneous, The Internet, Web Design Tutorials | 1 Comment »

Best Social Networking Sites

In today’s world, when everything has experienced the intrusion of computers and the internet, why should it be different for relationships as well? Taking the concept of social networking to a whole new level are the social networking websites. Ask the average teenager about friends and he will give you a list of cyber-relations conjured up with the help of these increasingly popular websites. Here is a look at a few of them:


This website has been found to be most popular in Brazil and India, boasting of more than a hundred million active users worldwide. Users can add videos, integrate Gtalk , upload photos and also apply themes to make their profile page attractive.


Facebook currently boasts of more than four hundred million active users worldwide. One can not only poke his friends with a message or two, but also remain engaged by addictive games and other free applications.


Myspace has more than 200 million users worldwide with unique features like the use of HTML tags to customize one’s profile page, apart from having the common applications.


With around fifty million monthly visits Twitter is fast gaining popularity , more because of it being used by celebrities to voice their thoughts.

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How to ensure security for your website

June 18th, 2010 | Posted under Computer Advice, The Internet, Web Hosting Tips | 1 Comment »

How to ensure security for your website

With the advancement in web technologies, technical flaws have also risen that pose threat to security of websites. Security measures have been invented to prevent these flaws and provide security to websites. Here are a couple of most important security measures.

1. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)

SSL is a method of providing security certificates to the client computer. All major web browsers support SSL. When a client browser visits a web page, it requests a security certificate. If the website provides a certificate, the originality of the website is verified, and the clients see a notification of the secure connection. This provides security to the client, preventing him from phishing attacks or fake transactions. The HTTPS protocol is used for SSL enabled web page surfing.

2. SQL Injection

This refers to a technique of running user-written code on the client server, issuing SQL commands on the server database. This can be used by malicious users to steal passwords or log into websites without passwords. This flaw can be easily removed by SQL injection checking. However, many web programmers overlook such flaws or write weak prevention code. Care should be taken to prevent such attacks through robust injection checking.

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How to make money using Google Adsense?

May 26th, 2010 | Posted under The Internet, Web Hosting, Web Hosting Tips | 1 Comment »

How to make money using Google Adsense?

With the enormous popularity of Google and the huge number of advertising programs associated with it, one can make easy money provided he is well ad versant with the tricks of the game. Depending on the amount of money the advertiser has confirmed one can earn a substantial amount with each click of a user on the advertisement. Here are some of the tricks a webmaster can use to enhance his earnings.

1. Proper placement of ads

The Google Adsense advertisements must be placed on top of a webpage so that it enjoys maximum attention thus increasing the possibility of greater number of clicks and therefore more earnings.

2. Ads should be matching to the design

One must blend the Google advertisements with the contents of the site using the same fonts and colour. This increases the possibilities of a click through. Intelligent merging of the Google advertisements with the theme of the webpage will also provide a professional touch and elegance to the website.

3. Generate traffic to website

One must generate lots of traffic through his website thus increasing the chances of his website being viewed and consequently the possibilities of the advertisements being clicked.

4. Use ads without borders

Research has revealed that Google advertisements without borders are likely to generate greater number of clicks than in those cases when demarcated with borders.

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May 5th, 2009 | Posted under The Internet | No Comments »

There are many websites on the internet, though only a few of them receive heavy traffic regularly. The rest of them just hang around waiting for the occasional user to make an appearance. Let’s say you want to make a website and wouldn’t want your site confined to the outer fringes of cyberspace, what would you do? Well, you could part with large sums of money and launch the biggest advertising campaign in the history of the internet. Yeah, that would work pretty well, only that the average web developer does not have that kind of money to begin with. What do we do now? Lets see, I think you should make the website as great as possible, then let its fame spread slowly, with satisfied customers doing all the advertising for you. Come to think of it, the big league websites, the mega sites, most of them began as small time (sometimes experimental ) sites with little or no claim to fame. However, they were winners just waiting for the right time to reveal themselves to the world. So, how do you make sure that your site is a winner? Well, I will tell you what features set the winning sites apart from the competition. It’s up to you to incorporate these ideas into your site.
1. Memorable name
The first thing a web user will probably come into contact with is the sites name, e.g. in a search engine`s result. It’s up to you to put as much appeal and creativity into the site as possible.

2. Site layout
Let’s say the user has been sufficiently drawn in by the name, and decided to check out the site to see what it’s all about. The site must have an appealing layout and should be relatively simple to navigate. Remember the KISS principle: keep it simple, stupid!

3. Color coordination
Color coordination and a great layout go hand in hand since they work together to create an impressive first impression. Don’t go mixing up crazy colors like luminous green and screaming red-unless you are targeting the punk rock crowd.

4. Functionality
The website should be able to justify its existence in the sense that it is useful to its users. It should do what it is intended to do and do it well. A search engine should, for example be able to do a thorough search and display correct results. There is no excuse for a perfectly designed website which does everything but the very thing it was created for. Remember, users will judge it on how well it carries out its intended purpose.

5. Originality
Let’s say you have all the above points nailed. The finishing touch should be a dash of creativity and originality that sets it apart from all other (read similar) sites. Give your site an edge over the competition and it will draw traffic to it like a magnet.

Why your website should never be too complex

March 15th, 2009 | Posted under Computer Advice, The Internet, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

People have a big imagination. That’s a good thing and it’s what makes us unique as human beings. We have the power to invent, create and build just about anything. That might be the case, but that doesn’t mean that we really need to actually build anything we can think of (I imagined a twenty feet tall Mickey Mouse walking through Disneyland, but I’m not going to build one). When it comes to building websites, it’s a good thing to think about how complex your website really needs to be.

In the design phase, think about the items you want on your website. At this point, don’t be tough on yourself yet, just let your thoughts flow, and write down anything you can think of. Image galleries, video galleries, forums, smart content management systems, user generated content, you name it. Done imagining? Then it’s time to get down to business. Decide which ideas are things you want, and which are things your website really needs. Do you really need a forum, or do you just like forums and do you want for yourself. If so, start a hobby website and add a forum, but don’t just add one to your business site because you want to.

The same goes for the rest. Do you need image and video galleries? Or will it be enough to just add one or two images and videos to an article. It might seem trivial, but trust me, making the right decisions will save you hundreds, if not, thousands of dollars. And what about content? I know it’s cool to have a website with a lot of content, but think about if it really serves a purpose other than satisfying your need for coolness. If you just need to provide information about your company, a simple page with some info, without a CMS will be more than enough.

If you want to spend money, you can, but if you don’t want to just spill it. Be wise and think about what you need.

5 best site design tutorial sites

March 7th, 2009 | Posted under Computer Advice, The Internet, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

You might not be the new Gucci or Versace, but that doesn’t mean you’re not capable of designing a website (by the way, I wonder if a website designed by Versace would even look nice). Although real skills can’t be taught, you can learn the tricks of the trade, so that you can come a long way when it comes to designing a website. Here are some sites that help you along the way.

Good Tutorials
This website is literally packed with great tutorials for a lot of different programs like Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash etc. The sad thing is that they often link away from their website in stead of opening the other page in an iframe. So hold shift while clicking, so that you keep the website open.

Tutorial 9
A great website that really looks stunning and that has a logo I really love (how can you not love a cloud). The good thing is that they are clearly more than a link gathering website, they really write the tutorials themselves. Great if you want to learn how to make impressive designs.

This website does not create it’s own content, and is made up from content that’s gathered from other websites, but the great thing is that you don’t have to leave the website to view them all. They have a great index that will help you find exactly the effect that you want.

Photoshop Star
More of a blog than a website, but still a very good one, because it’s very clear this guy creates his own tutorials. They’re not all good, but most of them are, and from time to time he creates something brilliant. Very educational.

Adobe Marketplace
Not so much a website that teaches you stuff, but a website that lets you cheat. You can download tons of actions here that will generate an effect for you, so that you don’t have to figure it out by yourself. Especially great if you want to use the same effect for a lot of pictures.

Why it’s important to know your visitors

February 25th, 2009 | Posted under The Internet, Web Hosting Tips | 1 Comment »

Let’s start this article with a question (oh rats, now I started with a statement). If you buy a birthday present, do you just buy something for anyone? Or do you carefully think about the person, and base your gift on that? And when you are buying someone a housewarming gift…do you just buy anything? Or do you carefully check out their house first, ask about the colouring and style, and base your gift on that? Maybe the wrong question if you’re a guy, because us guys are brilliant when it comes to buying the wrong stuff. But that’s not my point. My point is that you at least try to give someone something that he or she will like. Why treat a website differently?

When I was younger, I really wanted to build a website. My dad asked me why and I said: ‘just because’. There are still a lot of people who build a website ‘just because’ and that’s fine when you’re doing it for fun. If you’re doing it to make money or to promote your business, then you need a better reason. Making money and promoting your business are considered goals, not means. Because you know what you want to do, but you need to figure out how you’re going to do it. Why? Because Joe the Plumber doesn’t care that you want to make money or promote your business. But when you write articles about plumbing and there’s a plumbing ad next to it that he clicks on, then you suddenly have a goal and the means to reach it.

This is why you really need to think about who your visitors are going to be, especially if you already have a website. Who is it that reads your articles? Is there a way to get him or her more interested? If there is, more people will come and more money will be made. And it’s not just about the content, but also about the way your website is built up. Does your visitor have a large display, a fast connection? Or is it better to make your site more compact and less heavy on the traffic. Only one way to find out: know your visitors!