How to Upgrade to Windows 10

How to Upgrade to Windows 10

Windows 10 promises to be the best Windows yet, combining the advantages of both Windows 7 and Windows 8 while once again taking desktop users into account. Famously sporting a return of the Start menu while retaining the live-tile interface, Windows 10 aims to provide a seamless transition between the old and the new interface by taking the changes that came with the Windows 8.1 update that bit further. Launching to the general public on July 29, 2015, Windows 10 will be available for free to anyone running Windows 7 or 8 for the first year of its release, and Microsoft has attempted to make the upgrade process as smooth as possible.

 

 

Upgrading vs. Clean Install

 

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How to Get More Twitter Followers

More Twitter

Twitter is the new king of social media. While Facebook seems to be declining in popularity, Twitter remains strong and growing. With the ability to instantly share ideas and content, it’s no wonder that people want to gain as many followers as possible. In the digital age, true power lies in the ability to get people to listen to what you have to say. So here’s how to get more Twitter followers:

Define Your Target Audience

It’s impossible to please everybody, especially with social media. Instead, think about your ideal audience and focus on them. Write down their age range, interests, problems, and dreams. What kind of music do they listen to?

What kind of cars do they drive (or maybe they don’t have

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Find Out How Domain Name Servers Work

DNS

Domain Name Servers (DNS) are one of the hidden powerhouses behind the Internet. A DNS converts the various website links that you click on or addresses that you type into a web browser into numeric values that tell your web browser where to go. In this article, we’ll explore how a DNS works.

A DNS is effectively a translation service. Every time you enter a web address, click on a link to a website or interact with the Internet to access a website, you are using DNS. 

The Internet understands how to find a website through numeric web addresses called ‘Internet Protocol’ or ‘IP’ addresses. The main type of IP address system currently used is IPv4. For example, the IP address of Wikimedia, which owns Wikipedia,

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How Search Engines Work

how to work search engine

With Google being by far the most visited website in the world, it is hard to imagine using the Internet without search engines to help you find the content or businesses that you are looking for.

Google, Bing, Yahoo and other search engines have two main roles. Firstly, they use robots to crawl the Web and build an index of websites and their individual pages.

Secondly, they provide answers when someone enters a query. Gaining a better understanding of how the search engines work is important for any online marketing campaign, since it is necessary to capitalize on the fact that most Web traffic is driven by the search engines.


Given the fact that search engine traffic is so important

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How to Disable Comments on WordPress Posts

disable comments

Many WordPress bloggers like to see comments on their posts.  Comments let people voice their opinions about your content, and lots of commenting suggests a blog is successful in garnering readers’ attention. 

But let’s face it: sometimes, you don’t want others to comment on your writing– at least, not on your own website.

Perhaps you do not want your blog to be open for discussion. 

Or perhaps you want to stop a debate on a controversial post you published.  Or maybe you are too busy to respond to questions or weed out spam.  Whatever your reason, WordPress gives you the power to enforce silence on your site as far as post commenting goes.

  

Disabling Comments on New Posts


  

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