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What is DNS Propagation All About?
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When you register for a web hosting plan, you are required to enter the URL of the main domain. After you check out, the web hosting companies will start to set up the DNS propagation for the main domain. The DNS propagation is a period which you must wait before the domain can be accessed from the internet browser. Normally, the customer will be assigned with a temporary URL to access their CPanel. During the DNS propagation, a lot of...

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Thursday, 07 April 2016
11 Major Causes Of Sluggish PC Performance
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Too Many Start-Up Programs: If Windows loads too many start-up programs, most of these apps are actually unnecessary. They were installed by vendors who thought they know what is best for you. These apps will take up precious RAM and slow down the boot-up process. Damaged Registry: The registry is the primary settings database for Windows. Defects in registry will not only slow the computer down, but also degrade the stability of the entire system. Fragmented hard drive: The more...

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Monday, 28 March 2016
How To Survive An Accidental Spill On Your Laptop?
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Water, soda and coffee are among laptop’s most dreadful enemies. Just a tiny drip could damage or ruin your machine and cause a complete data loss. Some laptops are sturdier than others, and it doesn’t necessarily have anything to do with high price tag. Your laptop may have a thin plastic/rubber membrane under the keys; the design may feel cheap and squishy to some users, however it stands up better to spill and splash than a more conventional design that...

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Sunday, 20 March 2016
How To Easily Speed Up Linux Booting Time?
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Disable unneeded services. Depending on how you use them in your system, some services are not needed. Do you use Linux for typical computer uses? Then you may not need services like sendmail, httpd, etc. For example, Ubuntu comes with services for managing Bluetooth devices, but personally you may not need such devices, so if this is the case, go to the Administration menu, choose Services, and disable all that you don’t use. Disable unneeded kernel modules. If your computer...

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Wednesday, 16 March 2016
How To Choose A PSU For Your Computer?
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Overall, UPS manufacturers tend to overstate the actual power consumption of PCs. A modern PC with a Core i7 920 and a graphics card like midrange HD 5770 consumes about 300W at low load. Even if you overclock the Core i7 920 to 4 GHz and use a high-end graphics card like a HD 5850 or 5870, it will remain below the 500W. With a slower processor, the power consumption is even lower: a PC equipped with a Core i5...

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Friday, 11 March 2016
How Departing Employees Should Untangle Corporate and Personal Data?
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For many of us, transitioning legally and ethically from one job to another can be considered something of an art. These days nearly everyone uses social media and own personal gadgets. Consequently, moving to a new employment can be trickier and we need to know how to untangle personal information from the old job. You may receive regular personal e-mail in your work account, or the other way around. If you always pound out project notes on your own laptop,...

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Tuesday, 08 March 2016
4 Ways Linux LiveCD Can Be Helpful To Your Business?
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Many Linux fans will tell you that businesses and professionals would benefit immensely by abandoning Windows and migrating to an open source platform. Those free alternatives are highly secure, reliable and stable. Even if you already have a stable Linux distro on your laptop, there are still a number of reasons why a copy of Linux LiveCD should be close at hand. Most Linux distros also offer Live USB drive, Live DVD and LiveCD, either freely downloadable or sold commercially....

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Saturday, 05 March 2016