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Day: December 14, 2018

  • December 14, 2018

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  • December 14, 2018

    Basic Factors of Reliable Hosting Provider

    If your website is ready to launch, the next step is to choose the web hosting company. It is very important to choose a reliable hosting provider, because a website is important for you to grow your business. Web Hosting is a service that provides the technologies and online support needed for your website to be viewed on the internet. Websites are stored in special computers called server. If the internet users want to view your website, all they need to do is just enter the website address in their browser. It will connect to the server and your webpage will deliver to them through the same. So, to run your website smoothly you need to host it in the web hosting company that delivers your website quick and keep your files secured. Here, I have explained few factors of a reliable web hosting company. Uptime Guarantee             You must be very careful that, the customers should not experience a blank screen or any error/downtime which no one wants to see while trying to enter your website. To stay away from such incidents, your site should be hosted properly and have a guaranteed uptime. Every business owners rely on their web hosting company with uptime. Backup             One of the most important factors is that your Web Hosting company should provide you with adequate backup facilities. No matter if your website is in shared hosting or dedicated hosting. Mostly, in shared hosting, multiple websites use the same server so there may be a chance for website downtime and data loss. So, you have to make sure that the hosting provider is having the backup facility. Support At some point, the customers need to contact the hosting providers either for assistance or a query to be clarified from their end. If...
  • Back in 2015, Microsoft said it would build OpenSSH, a set of utilities that allow clients and servers to connect securely, into Windows, while also making contributions to its development. Since then, the company has delivered on that promise in recent releases of Windows 10, being introduced as a feature-on-demand in version 1803. However, Windows Server hadn’t received the feature until now, at least not in an officially supported way – Windows Server version 1709 included it as a pre-release feature. But that’s finally changed, as Microsoft today revealed that Windows Server 2019, which was made available (again) in November, includes OpenSSH as a supported feature. Neowin
  • There’s a new Windows Insider build out today, and the biggest changes appear to be none other than Notepad, Windows’ venerable barebones text editor. Notepad already received a significant update in the recent October 2018 Update: Microsoft added support for files with Unix-style line endings. But the work hasn’t stopped there. Oh no. The new and improved Notepad now has better Unicode support, defaulting to saving files as UTF-8 without a Byte Order Mark; this is the standard way of encoding UTF-8 data, as it maximizes compatibility with software expecting ASCII text. The status bar will now show the encoding being used, too. ARSTechnica
  • Microsoft is working to bring a consumer version of its Microsoft 365 bundle to market, which could include Windows 10, Office 365, Skype, Cortana, Outlook Mobile and/or other services. Microsoft is working on a new subscription bundle aimed at consumers, which looks to be named “Microsoft 365 Consumer.” The coming bundle will be the consumer-focused complement to Microsoft’s existing Microsoft 365 subscription bundle for business users. A couple of recent Microsoft job postings mention the consumer subscription bundle, which Microsoft has yet to announce publicly. ZDNet