Monthly Archives: September 2008
|3 September 2008||Posted by whiztech under Uncategorized|
Google Chrome is the latest open source web browser, built with WebKit and Mozilla technology, developed by Google. When I first run Google Chrome, I noticed the simple GUI of Google Chrome. You will get the basic GUI such as tabs, address bar, back, forward and home buttons. Even bookmarks is actually hidden by default (you have the option to show it somehow).
Some Google Chrome features:
- Phishing and malware sites blacklist will be periodically downloaded by Google Chrome.
- Each tabs in Google Chrome are sandboxed, meaning that each tab is isolated and cannot affect other tabs, and have the similar ‘Protected Mode’ used by Explorer 7 on Windows Vista.
- Google Chrome comes with its own task manager, so you can see which tab or plugin that hogs your system resources.
|2 September 2008||Posted by whiztech under Uncategorized|
Unable to load <file>, where <file> can be d3dx9_24.dll, d3dx9_25.dll, d3dx9_26.dll, d3dx9_27.dll, d3dx9_28.dll, d3dx9_29.dll, d3dx9_30.dll, d3dx9_31.dll, d3dx9_32.dll, d3dx9_33.dll, d3dx9_34.dll, d3dx9_35.dll, d3dx9_36.dll, d3dx9_37.dll, d3dx9_38.dll, d3dx10_33.dll, d3dx10_34.dll, d3dx10_35.dll, d3dx10_36.dll, d3dx10_37.dll or d3dx10_38.dll.
This error usually occured when you are trying to run a DirectX based game on a newly formatted Windows system. To resolve this, try reinstalling the DirectX End-User Runtimes. The DirectX End-User Runtimes will install any missing DirectX files that needed to run you game.
[Download: DirectX End-User Runtimes (August 2008)]