I have a friend who has the problems for reading Chinese in Vista. Firstly, I think he tried to run an application written in Chinese Encode (Big5), not Unicode. Vista should support Unicode.Anyway,I have no problems to run any applications written in BIG5 at all. I am using Vista Ultimate and I remembered I have installed a chinese language pack.But he is using Vista Home Basic. We spent around half hour to look for the option or menu to install the chinse language I have. But we have not any successful outcomes. So, I believe that is not available for Home Basic.
Finally, I found out how to change the homepage title at Joolma 1.5. I can't change my homepage title,"Welcome to the front page" for months. That is because I am busy and lazy. But that is very easy.
1. go to Menu Manager.
2. Edit the "Home" Menu Option.
3. Then there is an option under "Paremeters - System" for page title
I found another free altenative of Resharper, TytanNet. It is not bad, that is very little weight option. It got refactoring function. I like it has some shortcut to insert special data, such as class and interface.
My old mp3 player is broken. I just bought last year July in Hong Kong. I won't complain much because that is very cheap only HKD$250 and has 4GB storage. So, I decided to buy one with a proper brand. I chose Samsung U4. Fristly, that is stylish. But after around 3 days, you can see in my photo that is full of my finger print. Secondly, it has a reasonable price, I brought it in JB Hi-Fi for AUD$89 for 4GB. Thirdly, it has a high sensor button. No phyical button pressing, that is cool. But it is quite hard to use. That is so easy to push the next button. I think the greatest feature is the menu structure, I quite like that. It has multi-languages menu and it can listed the songs by the entry date.