Many of us work with Windows 10 every day, pushing the system to its limits. Sooner or later, it is going to slow down to a crawl. It is not a matter of If, but a matter of When. Some folks regularly reinstall Windows and all their software from scratch, but that is a lot of work. It might keep you busy for a day or even more. Luckily, there is a better way. With a few nifty tricks, you can make Windows faster with only a minimal effort.
If you had to implement a bunch of permanent redirects (301) you may wonder if Google is respecting them. This is of paramount importance for your SEO rank, as Google is known to penalize content duplicates. When the SEO karma of a page is split due to duplicates, the ranking of all URLs tanks.
You may still be seeing legacy page URLs in Google Webmaster Tools as if no redirect had ever been put in place. These discontinued, legacy URLs seem to keep generating page views at a lower page rank no matter what you do. Unnerving, isn’t it? The question is: how do you find out if there is anything that can or needs to be done?
For every user of Adobe Dreamweaver comes a time when it’s no longer feasible to work offline: sooner rather than later, you need access to a remote server, (either your staging or your production server, or both). If you are among the lucky ones whose staging or production environment runs on AWS EC2, Amazon’s high-performance low-cost compute cloud, you may hit quite a series of roadblocks before you get Dreamweaver CC/CC 2017 to communicate with your server instance(s). Here is a short and sweet tutorial on how to set up SFTP access in Dreamweaver without exposing your environment to the dangers of unsecured FTP.
The application Adobe Creative Cloud is the central hub for all things Adobe on the desktop. It manages software installs, fonts and other assets. On occasion, such as with the recent release of Adobe Fuse CC (Preview), it tends to act up a little. With Fuse CC (Preview), users are reporting that the download progress bar remains stuck at 0% with no signs of life for a very long time, so many abort the download and after a few more failed attempts, give up altogether.
Luckily, the bug is limited to the progress bar. If you wait long enough the download completes without an error; the progress bar simply jumps from 0% to 100% in no time flat. But how do you know if it’s worth the wait?
Should your PC run into trouble, here is how to find Windows 10 crash logs on your PC. It is quick and easy if you know where to start.