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Tech Tip: THE Fastest, Lowest-Cost Way To Speed Up A Slow Computer....

Slow computer: srippon-RAM-computer-memory.pngThe fastest, lowest-cost way to speed up a slow computer is to add RAM memory, or Random Access Memory to your machine if it will take it. RAM Chip RAM memory chips are where your computer puts the programs and information that it is working on RIGHT NOW. This is what I call working memory, […]Read More »

Tech Tip: Jetpack Plugin Security Vulnerability Puts 1 Million Sites At Risk; Upgrade ASAP

Courtesy of Singing Wire Web Design: I’m going to keep this brief. The vulnerability regards comments and injecting malicious code via content in a comment. Jetpack version 4.0.3 or higher has a fix implemented. Full Details From Network WorldRead More »

Tech Tip: Everybody Loves Their Favorite Web Browser; We Want A Bunch Of Them

Courtesy of Singing Wire Web Design of Temecula, California: Here’s a great article on Network World in support of Firefox from Mozilla. (Firefox IS an open-source project, sorta kinda, so it comes with a healthy dash of populism built-in.) There are a bunch of different web browsers in the world, some of them great & […]Read More »

Microsoft Releases A "NOT Service Pack" 2 For Windows 7; Makes It A Proverbial Pain To Get...Buuuut...

Courtesy of Temecool Computer Repair of Temecula, California: This story just came out via Networkworld this morning. If you’re tired of having to run updates all the way back to 2011 after re-installing Windows 7 with Service Pack 1, give this a read:   Microsoft releases ‘service pack 2’ for Windows 7 Microsoft announced a […]Read More »

A Long-Time Computer Geek Learns A New (Simple) Trick...

Courtesy of Temecool Computer Repair: You can tell I’ve been working on a laptop / notebook trackpad waaayyy too long by this one. I have this mouse at home. It has “hyper-fast” scroll-wheel capability according to the manufacturer packaging. “Ok,” I’m thinking, “that should be cool.” (The last time I bought a mouse, it was […]Read More »

We Completely Revamped The Inland Empire Sports & News Website Today

Old-Site-Desktop-01.jpgCourtesy of Singing Wire Web Design of Temecula, California: We got a call earlier today from the operator of the Inland Empire Sports & News website. The site was in real trouble, and needed help as soon as possible. It was even failing to take new media uploads and set featured images on posts. We […]Read More »

How To Install GTranslate On Your WordPress Site

GTran-screenshot.jpgCourtesy of Singing Wire Web Design: It’s free, and pretty easy to set up. * Get into your dashboard, go to “plugins” and select add new. Type in “GTranslate” to the search box and hit enter. When you see GTranslate come up, click on “install now”, I believe, or just “install”. * Once GTranslate installs […]Read More »

GTranslate Plugin Review: Translate Your Site Into Multiple Languages Instantly

Courtesy of Singing Wire Web Design: I am loving GTranslate.                                  (The previous post in this series can be read here) This plugin adds a widget that you can place in any widget area, page, or post so that visitors […]Read More »

Tech Tips: The FBI Warns of Online Dating Scams 

Criminals Looking to Steal Your Money Through Promises of Love and Companionship Millions of Americans visit online dating websites every year hoping to find a companion or even a soulmate. The FBI wants to warn you that criminals use these sites, too, looking to turn the lonely and vulnerable into fast money through a variety […]Read More »

Tweeting Is Not For Twits, Nor Just For The Birds! (Part 4)

Courtesy of Temecool Computer Repair of Temecula: Tip 4 for Tweeting: Follow other Tweeters who are either local or provide content of interest to your customer base. One of the nice things about following people or businesses on Twitter is that they tend to follow you back. This builds up your follower base, which builds […]Read More »

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