How to make free website ?

Here I am going to teach you how to make free website. Before learning how to make website you should know about domain registration and web hosting.Domain registration is same as naming your website and web hosting is location of files and folder for your webpage. Domain like [dot]COM , [dot]INFO etc are high used domain and therefore one should pay about $7 to register . But you can register domain free from or . In Nepal you can register for free . Now you need is webhosting. You can buy web host online using your VISA debit card or paypal etc, but you can find free web host site from net. One of example is  . You can register your free account from here. Now from account direct the nameserver and ip address of as and  . To find out ip address goto command and hit ping and . Now your  free domain and webhosting is ready. Using given FTP username, password upload your files using software like filezilla. To find out username , password and server goto 000webhost account ,you can find there. Remember ftp Port number is 21 for many server. Now you have free webpage. To make free blog use wordpress , blogger etc.


Have your BIOS up to date ???

Many of we have habit to keep software up to date. We even take device driver for any changes and usually check for any update. Everyone wants their OS updated. Using updated software is very important , new technology and changes should meet the needs and better performance of PC. But using updated application , device driver,plugin etc is not enough.


Yes, need of BIOS up to date is also an important to keep your PC up to date and to have better performance. First we should know what is bios?

BIOS is Basic Input/Output System.The BIOS software is built into the PC, and is the first code run by a PC when powered on (‘boot firmware’). The primary function of the BIOS is to set up the hardware and load and start an OS. When the PC starts up, the first job for the BIOS is to initialize and identify system devices such as the Video card,Keyboard and mouse and other hardware. The BIOS then locates software held on a peripheral device (designated as a ‘boot device’), such as a hard disk or a CD/DVD, and loads and executes that software, giving it control of the PC. This process is known as booting, or booting up, which is short for Bootstrapping.

BIOS software is stored on non -volatile memory. chip built into the system on the motherboard. The BIOS software is specifically designed to work with the particular type of system in question, including having a knowledge of the workings of various devices that make up the complementary chipset of the system. In modern computer systems, the BIOS program can be re-written, allowing BIOS software to be upgraded.

In modern PCs the BIOS is stored in rewritable memory, allowing the contents to be replaced or ‘rewritten’. This rewriting of the contents is sometimes termed flashing. This can be done by a special program, usually provided by the system’s manufacturer, or at POST, with a BIOS image in a hard drive or USB Flash drive. A file containing such contents is sometimes termed ‘a BIOS image’. A BIOS might be reflashed in order to upgrade to a newer version to fix bugs or provide improved performance or to support newer hardware, or a reflashing operation might be needed to fix a damaged BIOS. A BIOS may also be “flashed” by putting the file on the root of a USB drive and booting.


Updating BIOS , termed as flashing, can be done according to PC manufacture (motherboard). Some PC BIOS can be easily updated using USB DRIVE formatted with 16-bit having ROM file.

  • In these types of PC one should format flash drive using command format f:/FS:FAT , f: drive is an example,.
  •  Now copy the ROM file to usb drive
  • Insert USB drive to PC and turn it off
  • Start the PC and press alt + F2
  • Have your BIOS updated

But some of PC updating BIOS method is different ,It can be update using simple program.



Ancient images of Kathmandu ( काठमाडौँका केहि पुराना दृश्यहरु )

These are some ancient images of Kathmandu valley taken about 80 years ago. I have found these images from some website and collected them.





Google+ Starts Out Far Faster Than Facebook, Twitter..

Google+ is going great guns right out of the gate, with the site starting out far better than rivals Facebook, Twitter and Myspace did.

Google+ , the social network Google launched just over a month ago, already has more than 25 million visitors, according to Comscore, an Internet traffic watcher. Meanwhile, Comscore notes that it took Facebook about 35 months to get 25 million visitors. It took Twitter more than 30 months and it took Myspace more than 20 months to reach the 25 million-user mark, Comscore added.

“I’m mainly trying to put Google+’s exceptional growth in context by showing that Facebook is today the clear market leader even though it took longer than all its key competitors to reach 25 million,” said Andrew Lipsman, a vice president at Comscore.

He also noted that Google+ is still in a field trial phase and that users can only join the social network by invitation. And he also noted that just because Google+ is out of the gate faster than Facebook and Twitter, there’s still a long way to go to usurp them.

And Comscore also pointed out that 63% of Google+ users are male.


Happy Birthday WWW

Happy birthday, Web!

On August 6, 1991–20 years ago–Tim Berners-Lee posted a summary of a project for organizing information on a computer network using a “web” of hyperlinks: the “Worldwide Web,” or W3. At the same time, the W3 made its debut as a publicly available service on the Internet. Now, as the Web turns 20, i am here at giving it a big thank you for revolutionizing the world as we know it.

There have been some definite downsides to the Web, such as online predation and a reduction in privacy, but the good has far outweighed the bad. Web companies have created millions of jobs across the globe, opened people up to different cultures and ideas, and created a level of transparency in politics that’s never quite been achieved before.

Through social, economic, and political actions online, the world has become entirely different than it was two decades ago. News travels faster than ever; every single person with access to the Internet has a voice to vent frustration or foster a following; and social interactions have become more varied and far-reaching.

The Web has changed the way people think and revolutionized the world as we know it in a remarkably short period of time. From clunky modems to smartphones, Web-based technology has come a long way. The only question is how far will it continue to evolve in the next 20 years?

WWW (World Wide Web, the Web) is an information network where users can view multi-media information with hyper links to click and view additional information. WWW was developed by Tim Berners-Lee at CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) in 1991.

Main elements of WWW are:

1 HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) – A communication protocol to allow Web browsers to send requests and Web servers to return responses with HTML documents and other types of data.
2. Web Server – A communication server program listening for incoming HTTP requests and returning HTML documents and other types of data.
3. Web Browser – A communication client and HTML display program sending HTTP requests to Web servers and displaying received HTML documents to end users.
4. HTML (HyperText Markup Language) – A markup language that organize information and hyper links with embedded tags.
URL (Uniform Resource Locator, previously Universal Resource Locator) – An identification protocol to allow every document on the Web to be uniquely identified by an address string.
5. Hyper Link – An anchor in Web document that links to the URL of another document on the Web. When users click the anchor, the Web browser will automatically retrieve and display the other document.

The world’s first Web page was published at this URL: by Tim Berners-Lee on August 6, 1991.
Featured computer is the NeXTcube computer used by Tim Berners-Lee to build the first Web server at CERN