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Game of WordPress: Set Your Eyes on Fire by Watching a 30 Hours Experts Show

May 15 2014 By Michael Dobler – Posted in WORDPRESS Advertisement

I admit it. I can`t get enough of the “Game of Thrones” show, and as a late discoverer, I had the joy to watch an entire season almost in one go. I couldn`t stop watching the epic wrestling for the iron throne and I pressed the stop button much later than it was healthy for my eyes and energy level at the next weekday’s morning. I learned something about dragons and deadly weapons, but this sadly didn`t help me when I straight ran into a problem with our WordPress installation, which cost me another two grey hairs. To avoid this I should possibly have watched an entirely different show! For those among us who work with WordPress…

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Game of WordPress: Set Your Eyes on Fire by Watching a 30 Hours Experts Show

How to Bulk Install Your Go-To WordPress Plugins

If you regularly set up new WordPress installations, you probably have a go-to list of plugins you…

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These Are the Screws You Should Be Using

Devon Jarvis April 25, 2014 9:00 AM

Last weekend I was installing some 2 x 4 blocking for a bathroom cabinet, and I really struggled to drive the screws into the lumber. In fact, whenever I use drywall screws to build stuff, they break or strip. Any suggestions? I’ve tried nailing, but there’s not enough room to swing a hammer. Enough, already! Let’s just stop using drywall screws for construction. We’ve all done it. Yes, they’re cheap. Yes, we always seem to have a box or two of them handy. But they’re not multipurpose screws; they’re good for one thing, and that’s hanging drywall. They almost always snap when overtorqued or driven into hard, dry lumber. (Fact: They’re engineered to be brittle, which suits the drive-and…

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Download WinToUSB

While installing and running Windows 8/8.1 on a USB drive is relatively easy, installing Windows 7 on a USB drive isn’t that easy. Unlike Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7 doesn’t come with Windows To Go feature, the feature that lets you easily install and run Windows 8/8.1 Enterprise edition on USB drives.Over the past couple of years, more than once, we have talked about installing Windows 7 on USB flash drives and external hard drives (see how to install Windows 7 on external hard drive and how to easily install Windows 7 on USB) with the help of third-party utilities. Today, we’re going to introduce you to another excellent and probably the best free software out there to install Windows 7 on USB drives.WinToUSB is free software designed to help you …

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How to Download Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 Installation Media

You can reinstall Windows from scratch using the product key that came with your PC, but you’ll have to find installation media yourself. Microsoft offers free Windows ISO files – if you know where to look. These tricks let you reinstall Windows without visiting a shady BitTorrent site and downloading ISOs that may be filled with malware. These links give you official installation media straight from Microsoft. Note: depending on the OEM version of Windows that you are running, you will sometimes have an issue using the OEM key with a retail version of Windows, but you can always install and then call Microsoft and get them to straighten it out and allow your copy to activate. The most important thing is that you have a…

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How to Download Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 Installation Media

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