Wednesday, May 28, 2014

7th Republic Day

Our country is observing the 7th Republic Day on Thursday. Today is the day when our country has been federal democratic republic, and citizen got freedom on their life .IT is now six years period of the declaration of Nepal as a federal republic and there is peace and happiness among all people across Nepal.

The first meeting of the Constituent Assembly formed after the election held in 2006/07 and declared Nepal a federal in May 28, 2008. So this colourful day is named as Republic Day. 

Today is public holiday for all citizen of Nepal on the celebration of federal republic.

  likewise ,on this  special  Day, a special program ,function are conduct  at the army pavilion, Tundikhel wheir many big national citizen came like President, the Vice President, the Prime Minister leaders of political parties and high-ranking government officials bodies.etc Nepal Tour,Tour Nepal,Travel agency in Nepal

where are #, @, ~, ` keys in windows 8 or in a operating system versions windows 8 or 8.1 or later.

Today we just wanted to blog about new keyboard setting change in the Microsoft's operating system Windows 8 or 8.1 on all versions.

For those who recently upgraded their Operating system to Windows 8 or 8.1 on your computer from windows 7 you might be facing problem to type keys such as @, #, ~ ,`, and other keys you need to be aware that operating system has changed keyboard setting. Other keys are on same order where as     @, #, ~ ,`, or few more have changed.

For those who are new on windows 8 or 8.1 facing problem and searching on google to locate these keys, you have found the right content over the internet. We blogged this as we found it might helpful for someone who is new to windows 8 or 8.1. If you install or upgrade to new windows 8 in your PC and could not put email address for the registration for windows 8, which will be impossible without @ key.

Here are the @ key and # key :
@ = " key which is above your right shift key next to your "Enter" or "Return" key
# =  front slash key which is above the Return key or left to the shift (right) key.

Check the image of new keyboard layout which we found on google for you :     
Keyboard for Windows 8 or 8.1 or later
# sign and @ sign in a keyboard. 
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