How To Reinstall Linux Mint Without Losing Your Data & Settings

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Do you want to reinstall or upgrade your Linux Mint Distribution but don’t want to lose all your settings and data in the process? It is possible and not that difficult.  Start by backing up your existing operating system in case you need to restore it if something goes wrong. Create a Bootable Disk Or […]

How To Speed Up Any WordPress Site Using .HTACCESS

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Is your WordPress website taking too long to load? Do you know that a slow site will affect your SEO and user experience? There are several different ways to speed up your site besides using plugins. One way is to leverage browser cache and another way is to compress your files.  Both can be accomplished […]

How To Improve Your WordPress Website With Genesis Framework Designs

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Is your website impressive? Do the colors and its functionality dazzle your visitors? If not, read on to learn how to attract, engage, and convert more of your site visitors. The Genesis Framework allows the building of WordPress websites without a lot of need for advanced programming and without the need to create a child […]

How To Transition From The Classic WordPress Editor To Gutenberg

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If you use WordPress 5.0 and higher, unless you have been living under a rock, you will have undoubtedly heard of the Gutenberg update which was merged into WordPress in December 2018. So if you are using the latest version of WP, you are either already using Gutenberg or have continued using the classic editor […]

How To Install Almost Any Printer On Ubuntu

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Are you trying to install a printer on your Ubuntu system? Luckily, Ubuntu now recognizes most printer brands and will automatically install the related drivers when connected. Many printer manufacturers such as Brother and HP support Linux distributions and release their own printer drivers. But before installing a printer from another brand, you should look […]

How To Sync Ubuntu To Your Google Drive

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Are you using Google Drive to store your files but don’t know how to sync it to Ubuntu? Google does not provide a non-browser-based file client for Linux users. But there are several free and low-cost tools to help you. Below are three methods you can choose to follow. ODrive (Open Drive) ODrive is an […]

How To Move Your Thunderbird Profile & Email To a New Windows Computer

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Are you struggling to convert and move your Thunderbird profile, settings, and email to a new computer? Many people choose to use Thunderbird as their email client for its many benefits including advanced spam filtering, a good reputation for being dependable, the ability to customize, a high level of security, support for email protocols such […]

How To Perform Effective Split Tests In WordPress

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All the elements and functionality on your website have an impact on your conversion rate and user engagement. The best way to determine what is working and what is not is to do A/B or split testing. This is the process of comparing two options against each other to see which one yields the best […]

9 Useful Things Linux Can Do that Windows Can’t

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Think Windows is the only operating system out there? Think again.  Have you heard of Linux? Linux and Windows are considered to be the world’s best-operating systems. When deciding whether to choose a Windows or Linux operating system, most people look at features such as cost, support, security, functionality, hardware compatibility, and reliability. Before deciding […]

6 Easy Ways To Speed Up Your Ubuntu Installation

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Have you noticed your Ubuntu system’s performance has slowed down? Even though Ubuntu 18.04 (the most recent version) is a very powerful Linux distribution, over time, your installation can become sluggish. There are a variety of factors that can affect the speed of your system, including: The number of programs you have downloaded Low virtual […]