Jimmy Johns has created an almost unrealistic expectation on how fast things should be. Websites aren’t the exception to that. If your website doesn’t load within the first three seconds, the majority of visitors will move on.
Unfortunately, that means unless you are a mega corporation, you can’t afford to speed up your website. Luckily, there is something for the little guys. And it’s free!
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In tonight’s post, I will walk you through how to upgrade your hard drive to a solid state drive. Before I do that, I wanted to tell the story of how I restored my wife’s five year old laptop to almost brand new by upgrading the hard drive to a solid state drive.
My wife had an old Toshiba laptop that was dog slow. It took her several minutes to boot up, log in and also minutes between launching applications. She got so frustrated, I actually caught her before she bought a new laptop at Best Buy. I promised her that I could fix her computer for less than $200.
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This will be more of a technical article, and very short. I ran into an issue the other day when trying to run Windows Update on the Windows Embedded 7 (WES7) HP t520 Thin Client.
We needed to get this patched because there was an issue with the RDP program that was updated through a patch. We now keep all of our HP t520 Thin Client machines fully patched.
I was sitting there trying to run Windows Update from the Control Panel and it kept saying that the settings are controlled by the system administrator, wouldn’t let me proceed. I got super frustrated until I found the solution.
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Tonight’s story is one of success. In my nerdy nature, it brought me great joy.
Recently, I had a request come in to recover a specific email attachment. From 2014. Thankfully, the user was smart and sent me the information I needed to begin my search. I did not tell them that this would be an impossible task because our email backups only go back 60 days, not to mention, we recently migrated them from on-premises Exchange 2010 to Office 365 (Exchange Online).
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