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Migrating your WordPress website to HTTPS

HTTPS is a secure version of HTTP protocol in which all communication between browser and the website are encrypted. The advantage of this is that nobody can eavesdrop and steal important information even if you are connecting to an insecure network like public WiFi. Google

How to open an Elevated Command Prompt in Windows 10

Some commands need administrative or elevated command prompt to work properly but when you usually open a command prompt, you get a regular or un-elevated command prompt. On Windows 8 and 10 you could easily get this both Command Prompt and Command Prompt (Admin) by

How to Prevent Your Bitcoins from Being Hacked or Stolen

There is no traditional financial institution that will provide a layer of protection to your earnings and no law enforcement agency to catch cryptocurrency thieves. Government agencies have only just begun to regulate cryptocurrency exchanges. But how can you best safeguard your cryptocurrency holdings? We’ve

13 Essential Steps: Set Up Your New PC

3. Create a system repair disc Restore points are underutilized and handy, for certain, but there’s a problem with relying solely on them to save you. The hard drive itself could become corrupt and Windows 7 might not be able to find the operating system

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13 Essential Steps: Set Up Your New PC

2. Set up a Windows restore point System recovery can be a confusing topic for beginning users—and even plenty of experienced ones. One big source of confusion can be the differences among backups, restore points, and repair discs—and why they’re all essential. Here’s a thumbnail

13 Steps To Set Up Your New PC

1. Set up a Backup Routine   Before you fire up your browser and log in to Facebook, check e-mail for the first time, install extra software, or even start thinking about where to put all those photos and MP3 files, the very first step

How to Recover Data When Your Hard Drive Goes Belly Up

Imagine this: you’re busy working on your computer and need to access documents saved on your external hard drive. You connect it, get ready to find your data, and…nothing happens. Your hard drive isn’t working. Uh oh. Before you panic, there are several things you

You Better Backup Your Computer Today Before It’s Too Late.

No matter how tech savvy you are, there are certain things every one of us has to deal with when using a computer—and we don’t always deal with them in the most efficient ways. Here are Some things that everyone can (and should) learn to

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