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How to type Nepali (नेपाली) in browser

As we all wants to type in Nepali but typing using true type font is very hard to the user who are not used to the fonts like Preeti, Kantipur, Himali, Nepali etc,

But you don’t have to worry about this because there is a simple way to type  Nepali by using  Google input tools.

> First of all go the the link
>Select Language as Nepali.
>agree the terms and service.
>Download the file
>Install the downloaded file.

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One Week Left Until Windows 8.1 Update Installation Deadline

Windows 8.1 Update was officially launched in April and Microsoft almost instantly announced that this new release is mandatory for everyone running Windows 8.1, pointing out that all updates to launch in the future will be based on this particular OS version.Windows 8.1 Update is offered free of charge to Windows 8.1 users

 

The company, however, had no other option than to extend the original deadline of May 13 due to a number of issues experienced by users who were trying to install Windows 8.1 Update, deciding to give consumers 30 more days to deploy the new release on their Windows 8.1 computers.
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Google introduces 64-bit version of Chrome for Windows

Google introduces 64-bit version of Chrome for Windows

Google has announced the launch of a 64-bit version of Chrome for Windows. It has introduced 64-bit Dev and Canary channels for Windows 7 and Windows 8 platforms.

According to Google, 64-bit helps it “take advantage of the latest processor and compiler optimizations, a more modern instruction set, and a calling convention that allows more function parameters to be passed quickly by registers. As a result, speed is improved, especially in graphics and multimedia content, where we see an average 25% improvement in performance.”

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China Wants Linux to Replace Windows, History Proves That’s Not Possible

China is one of the few countries that decided to impose a restriction to Windows installation on government computers and although Microsoft said that it’s still discussing with local officials, it appears that it was all just a dead end for the software giant.China is currently developing its own Linux-based OS

China is currently developing its own Linux-based OS

What’s more, it appears that China is also working on a review policy for imported technology equipment that would clearly affect sales of companies based overseas, although any specifics are yet to be disclosed.

Microsoft continues to offer Windows 7 to the Chinese authorities, but the central government is actually planning a mass migration to its very own Linux-based operating system that would entirely replace Windows.
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Microsoft Fixes Security Essentials Bug on Windows XP

An update released by Microsoft for its own Security Essentials anti-virus and other anti-malware solutions caused a number of Windows XP computers to freeze after boot, with some reports pointing to thousands of machines that got affected by the issue.

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Redmond has however shipped another update that comes to address all these problems, so consumers who were experiencing problems on Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, and other platforms after deploying anti-malware signature updates should get the new one as soon as possible.
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Windows 9 Lineup to Include Cloud-Based Version

Information provided by Windows leaker WZor, who has until now leaked plenty of accurate details about Windows projects, reveals that a cloud-based version of the operating system is also prepared for Windows 9.

Windows-9-Lineup-to-Include-Cloud-Based-VersionOf course, no specifics have been provided, but it appears that the cloud-based Windows 9 could be intuitively-called Windows Cloud and be based on a mixed concept storing information locally and in the cloud. Continue reading Windows 9 Lineup to Include Cloud-Based Version