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How to Take Your Music and Movies Everywhere with Plex Cloud   

Plex is already an awesome way to stream your media from your computer to all your devices. The newly-launched Plex Cloud makes it even simpler by hosting your media for you. Instead of having to keep your own computer on and connected at all times, you can just upload your stuff to Amazon and stream it anywhere you go. Here's how to set it all up.

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Published on September 28, 2016 by James Calkins
How to Start a WordPress Blog - Frequently Requested Information from Beginners   

Starting a new blog is time-consuming yet a very rewarding process if you stick to it. If you've decided that you want to use WordPress as your blogging platform, then you may be feeling a little overwhelmed. Starting a WordPress blog can seem like an extremely daunting process, especially for those new to blogging.

Luckily, it's not as difficult as most beginners think. All you need is a little extra time (an hour or two is great for getting started), an eagerness to learn, and the know-how to find answers to your questions.

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Published on September 28, 2016 by James Calkins
Linux Mint unveils 'Mintbox Mini Pro' -- a diminutive desktop powered by AMD   

If you are a fan of Linux-based desktop operating systems, you probably have done this before -- buy a Windows PC and replace the pre-installed OS with your favorite distro. While this can be a fine practice, there are some problems with it. Of course, you may experience issues with drivers -- especially Wi-Fi cards. Even worse, if you ever need support, the manufacturer might turn you away when it finds out you loaded Ubuntu, Fedora, or something else.

A smart alternative is to buy a computer from a company that cares about Linux, such as System76.

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Published on September 28, 2016 by James Calkins
How to Automatically Change Ubuntu or Mint Desktop Wallpaper to Bing’s Photo of the Day   

While it's arguably true that your choice of computer operating system (Windows, Linux, or Mac OS) says a lot about you, there's something else computer-related that reflects your personality: your desktop wallpaper. For example, having a photo of your parents, wife, or baby on your desktop conveys that family comes first for you, while that of a beautiful landscape reveals your love of nature.

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Published on September 27, 2016 by James Calkins
Why We Never Had The Year of the Linux Desktop   

Linux is awesome. In fact, I've already told you some of the reasons why Ubuntu is better than Windows. But if it's so good, why do less than 2% of desktop computers actively run a Linux-based operating system?

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Published on September 27, 2016 by James Calkins  --  Revised on September 27, 2016
Microsoft reveals 400 million machines are now running Windows 10, new Edge security feature   

Back in July, Microsoft admitted that its goal of hitting one billion Windows 10 installations just three years after the launch of its latest OS wasn't going to happen. But this figure will eventually be reached - it just won't be in 2018. It's been announced that Windows 10 is running on 400 million active devices as of today, about 14 months after its release.

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Published on September 27, 2016 by James Calkins
Windows Update MiniTool: Alternative To Windows Update In Windows 10   

In Windows 10, Microsoft has removed the classic Windows Update section from Control Panel, making it a lot more difficult for users to control Windows Update.

The Windows Update section in Settings app offers little to no control over how updates are download and installed, particularly in Home edition of Windows 10.

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Published on September 26, 2016 by James Calkins
Hackers compromise nearly 16,000 WordPress websites   

According to security researcher Daniel Cid, at least 15,769 WordPress websites have been compromised this year by cyber-attackers who were able to evade Google's Safe Browsing checks.

WordPress is the most popular content management system in the world, used by consumers and businesses to create and publish blogs. To conduct the research needed for the second 2016 Sucuri report on compromised web properties, 21,821 sites were studied with the majority of them using WordPress to manage and publish their content. The report also found that 3099 Joomla! sites were hacked during that time as well.

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Published on September 26, 2016 by James Calkins
How to Perform a Clean Install of macOS Sierra   

Clean or Upgrade Install of macOS Sierra?

The upgrade install is by far the easiest method of upgrading your Mac to macOS Sierra. The upgrade install preserves all of your current user data, documents, and apps, while upgrading the existing operating system on your Mac's startup drive to macOS Sierra. The advantage is that once the upgrade is completed, your Mac is ready to go, with all your personal data intact and ready to be used.

The clean install option, on the other hand, replaces the contents of the target drive, wiping away any existing data on the drive and replacing it with a pristine copy of macOS Sierra.

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Published on September 25, 2016 by Paul Illingworth
What to do when you hate Windows 10   

I usually start this column with "so and so needed something done to their PC," but if I were to include the names of all the people who have written me about how unhappy they are with their Windows 10 "upgrade" the file would be so large the server that hosts this page would need a new hard drive.

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Published on September 25, 2016 by James Calkins
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