Free Domain & Hosting Sponsorship Program

http://blog.icalvyn.com/domain-hosting-sponsorship-program/

http://www.icalvyn.com is celebrated its first anniversary on 30 th march.The good news for you all is they are giving away free domain and free hosting in which domain & content will fully own by you and you need to achieve the following:

Requirement:

  1. You must update your blog at least twice a week.
  2. Your must build traffic, maintain at least 100 unique visitor/days at the 6th month and achieve 200 unique visitor/days after 11th month from this sponsorship program (Adjustable depend on performance)
  3. You must maintain a sponsor banner and link of sponsor on your blog
  4. write a short story about this program on your current blog.

Blogger freedom:

  1. You can blog any thing, except illegal stuff
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  3. You are giving the right control over your domain and hosting control panel.(private control panel) As long fulfill above requirement.

What you get from this sponsorship program:

  1. 1 Domain Name(.Com .Net .Org)
  2. 1 GB Hosting Space
  3. 10 GB Bandwidth
  4. 1 MySQL Database (applicant can request to add on)
  5. 1 FTP (applicant can request to add on)
  6. 1 Mail Account (applicant can request to add on)
  7. Cpanel Web Hosting Control Panel

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What is ctfmon.exe And Why Is It Running?

What is jusched.exe And Why Is It Running?

If you’ve looked in Task Manager and wondered what on earth the jusched.exe process is and if you can turn it off, then you are in luck. This process is the Java Update scheduler, which is a process that wastes memory all the time just to check once a month whether there are new updates to Java.

There’s a scheduled tasks feature built into Windows for this type of thing… the java update scheduler is obviously not being used for critical updates since it’s only scheduled to check once each month. Since I simply can’t understand why the process needs to waste my memory, it has to go.

What you’ll need to do is open up Control Panel, and then if you are in XP you can click on the Java icon, or in Vista you can click on Additional Options, and then click on Java.

Once you have the Java Control Panel open, select the Update tab, and then uncheck the box for “Check for Updates Automatically”

You’ll receive a warning message stating that if somebody finds a security hole in Java that it will take up to a month before you are protected from it: 

Does anybody else think that the sentence should read “the fastest and most secure Java” instead of the way it’s worded?

After you click the Never Check button above, you’ll probably receive this error message if you are in Windows Vista, stating that it also hasn’t been properly certified to work with Vista in the first place. Just click that it works correctly.

That does make me wonder… I guess we’ll miss the update that fixes the problem with the control panel… or will we? What you can do instead is schedule a task to run monthly using the built-in Task scheduler.

Enable the Disabled Task Manager

There is a registry key that will disable Task Manager, although it’s not always clear how or why it was set to disable. In many cases the problem is related to spyware, so you should also scan your computer.

Why is task manager grayed out?

Manual Registry Hack

Open up regedit.exe through the start menu search or run box, and then navigate down to the following key:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System

On the right-hand side is a 32-bit REG_DWORD value named DisableTaskMgr with one of two values:

  • 1 – Disable task manager
  • 0 – Enable task manager

Just double-click and change the value, or even delete the key. The change should take place immediately.

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Add “Open with Notepad” to right-click context menu

Do you use notepad very frequently to open all types of text files? This quick tweak will add “Open with Notepad” to all of your file context menus. Whenever you right click on a file, you will have the option to open it in Notepad.

Copy and paste the code below into Notepad.  Then save it as a .reg file and import it by clicking on it.

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT*shellOpen with Notepad]
@=””

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT*shellOpen with Notepadcommand]
@=”notepad.exe %1″

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