Archive for December 2006

Hyper-Threading and Dual Core Performance Comparison for Computational Intensive Applications

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There is no doubt that Hyper-Threading can, under certain circumstances, boost application performance. Continue reading ‘Hyper-Threading and Dual Core Performance Comparison for Computational Intensive Applications’ »

Using X509 Certificate with Web Service in ASP.Net – Update

In one of my previous posts, I described in detail for using X509 certificates with web services. Continue reading ‘Using X509 Certificate with Web Service in ASP.Net – Update’ »

How to Reclaim “Lost Space” After Repartitioning USB Flash Drive

I have a 64MB USB flash drive and was experimenting putting different file systems on it. But when I removed the partition and re-partitioned and formatted using FAT32, I only got 52MB instead of the original 64MB. Continue reading ‘How to Reclaim “Lost Space” After Repartitioning USB Flash Drive’ »

A Possible Remote Desktop Security Issue

I use Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Connection tool to connect to remote servers all the time, mainly to conduct administrative tasks. Continue reading ‘A Possible Remote Desktop Security Issue’ »

IE7 Incapable of Handling Large Web Pages?

It seems that I have not had much luck with IE7 recently. Continue reading ‘IE7 Incapable of Handling Large Web Pages?’ »

I Thought They Were Foes

Anyone who has recently visited YouTube would most certain have seen Windows Live Ads on it. Continue reading ‘I Thought They Were Foes’ »

Using X509 Certificate with Web Service in ASP.Net

Recently, I needed to incorporate a java web service (not developed in-house) into my client’s existing ASP.Net website. Continue reading ‘Using X509 Certificate with Web Service in ASP.Net’ »