Have you heard about HostGator from your webmaster friends and colleagues? Are you curious about what their customers have to say about one of the leading web hosts in the market today? Reading the web hosting reviews about the company would be a good start on your journey to get to know the web host better. Doing so will also help you decide if you and the company and its services are a good match.
HostGator is an easy favorite among the webmasters and website owners who use their services. Most of them only have good things to say about the web host.
The customers are happy with the overall experience that HostGator has given. Some have been with the web host for years and have enjoyed their time immensely. They are particularly happy that the company offers affordable web hosting packages and at a 99.9% uptime guarantee at that. They enjoy the services of the company with extensive discounts and promotion and are impressed with their uptime guarantee.
A customer talked about how a 60% discount off a HostGator web hosting package was the reason he decided to try the company’s services. It turned out that the company is more than just a generous web host. He’s happy with his increased page speed, quick response to his questions and other concerns, and the lack of major disruptions to his website’s operations. When he encountered problems due to cache running plugins, the support desk was quick to resolve the issue.
Another customer award 5 stars to HostGator’s customer support system. He is more than satisfied with how effective and quick the team was in giving him assistance with any hosting problems. He found the company after reading positive reviews about it and his own experience has proven just how true those reviews are.
Even if there are a few complaints about some delays in the live chat customer support aspect of the company, HostGator is likely working on this area now. A few customers have complained about how they have to wait for 30 minutes before getting a response from a live chat agent. If you want a quicker reply, it would be better to phone your concerns in.
According to the reviews, the customers are especially happy about getting unlimited features for such an affordable price. You can even add new domains to your account without having to upgrade hosting. One customer wrote that in all three years that he has been with the web host, he has never experienced his website going down.
A customer also wrote about how quick the chat support team was in assisting him with his WordPress blog issues. The team was even informative when it comes to educating him about all the useful plugins that he could install to improve the speed of his website. The tickets he sent to the company usually have a 6- to 12-hour window before the customer support team sends a reply. He was especially thankful that the technicians were more than willing to help him transfer his website to HostGator, as they gave him a step-by-step process.
The web hosting reviews only show just how much HostGator can help their customers and all their hosting concerns.
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Web hosting is one of the most important factors in the business world today. Millions of businesses are available online, and more are looking into launching their web pages online. If you want to be competitive in your game field, making your business available online would be a wise business decision. When you are ready to launch your company website, it is best to be ready and find a host company that suits you. At HostGator, your website will be in safe hands, and you will get the best value for your money. If you want to save on web hosting, you can avail HostGator’s coupons in blogs and websites where a review about the company is posted.
HostGator has been in the web hosting industry for over a decade now. Millions of companies have benefited from it. If you want the best value for your money, HostGator is a good way to go. In fact, if you have read some reviews about the company, you will find that the company is acclaimed for its excellent customer service, and their fast and reliable services. These reviews came from consumers around the globe and reviewers alike. No matter what type of business you want to launch online, HostGator can host it for you. Because of the company’s reputable track record and excellent service, HostGator Review is a popular keyword search online today. If you want to experience the same benefits as others did, it is time you conduct your research and find that coupon for your website.
The first thing you have to do is find a review of the company and copy the coupon. You may find out soon enough that there are three different types of coupons you can have – the 25% off coupon, the 20% off coupon, and the 1 cent coupon. The first two are obvious. You will get a discount of 25% or 20% off your total fee. On the one hand, if you have the 1 cent coupon, you will have one month of HostGator service free of charge. This is not a bad deal at all. So, if you want to save some bucks on your web hosting, you may want to grab this chance and avail the promotions in HostGator. Once you have the coupon, you can then visit the main page of HostGator and proceed in selecting a plan.
At HostGator, you can either have a Hatching Plan, a Baby Plan, or a Business Plan. Of course, these plans come with different prices and different service type. The Hatching Plan will provide you one domain, bandwidth and disk space, and SSL certificate as others. This type of plan is like a shared server, with a twist. Your disk space and bandwidth is unlimited. The Baby Plan, on the one hand, offers you unlimited bandwidth and disk space, shared SSL certificate, and unlimited domains. Lastly, the Business Plan will give you your own IP address, SSL certificate, and a toll free number.
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Kogeto’s iCONIC for Android brings panoramic video to the massesThe last time we saw a Kogeto panoramic camera attachment, it was but a Kickstarter project looking for funding. Since then, the Kogeto Dot for iPhone has become such a success that it now graces Apple store shelves nationwide. Not content with only an iOS slice of the mobile pie, the company has, naturally, created an Android version to be officially unveiled at CES next week.
Dubbed iCONIC for Android — after the iCONIC lens technology that makes taking 360-degree videos possible — the attachment will initially be made for the Galaxy Nexus, with more phones to follow. However, the device will only be made for phones that can record in 1080p, so the iPhone 4 will be the final handset capturing panoramic movies in 720p.
Of course, the company has also ported the free companion Looker app to Android to dewarp the raw images into viewable video. Pre-orders for iCONIC for Android start in late January on the company website, and you can grab one for $79.
We got to speak with Kogeto CEO Jeff Glasse about iCONIC for Android, and he indicated that the company’s plans for it (like the attachment itself) differ from the Kogeto Dot.
While Kogeto is currently making one version of the device, Glasse told us the company doesn’t plan to build an attachment for every eligible Android phone. Instead, the idea is to license the technology to OEMs and let them manufacture iCONIC for the myriad handsets. This is all very good news for moviemaking Android users, but fear not, Kogeto hasn’t forgotten you Apple folks. Glasse informed us that a new version of the iOS app is coming soon that’ll let users start and stop recording with the volume buttons on their iPhones.
We’re hoping to give you all a glimpse of iCONIC for Android next week at CES, but you’ll have to settle for the PR after the break until then.
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So. You have cloned your OS and files on to your new, shiny hard disk. You disconnect the old disk, take out the CD, flick the switch on the back of the machine and…
you get an error.
“Disk read error”.
The solution, however, might be more obvious than you think.
When your machine starts up, it uses the BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) to monitor hardware, supply power to disks, and to kick-start the operating system’s bootloader. The BIOS is soldered on to your motherboard, and is a little chip. You might spot it, you might not.
The BIOS does many other things, such as switching the machine into standby, monitoring and regulating the temperature inside the machine, and – perhaps most importantly of all – setting the system clock. (It may sound trivial, but it can be critically important for reasons I won’t go into at this time.)
Whenever you boot up your machine, for a few seconds you may see text on the screen DOS-stylee muttering on about ‘testing RAM 262144K OK’ and ‘detecting IDE drives’, and all sorts of stuff you probably don’t care about. Alternatively, the computer manufacturer’s logo may be displayed, or, on some more recent Intel BIOSes, the Intel logo.
This screen generally only appears for thirty seconds at most, and normally stays up for only five. During that time, you will see a line of text that says something along the lines of “PRESS [key] TO ENTER SETUP”. Normally that key is Delete or F2.
(I should point out now that this post does not apply to Apple Mac computers, and only applies to IBM-compatible PCs, ie the posh, overweight man in the ads.)
“How does all this tie in with replacing your hard disk?” you may ask. I’ll get to that shortly.
When you enter SETUP by pressing the appropriate key, your screen will immediately turn a funny colour, and you’ll be presented with a text-based menu. Whenever you get a new machine, it’s always a good idea to look around the BIOS SETUP utility without making any changes, so you know your way around.
I will point out here the fact that neither myself nor Crashed Pips can take any responsibility for any damage of anything, physical, virtual emotional or otherwise, ensuing directly or indirectly from following this advice, which is given in good faith (but with a health warning attached). I’m using the disclaimer seriously here – touching anything in the BIOS which you don’t understand can (and probably will) cause your machine to become unbootable. And then you’ll have to call the man from PC World. And believe me, you don’t want that to happen.
Look through your BIOS menus, and find a list of drives (you might find one in the boot order configuration). Look at where you’ve attached your new disk, and look for the capacity of the new disk.
If the figure is up to 30gB below what was advertised (remember that 1G is 1024M, not 1000M) then you’re probably OK. But if it’s drastically less (eg my 320gB drive was stated by the BIOS as being 136gB) then your BIOS probably only sees the first n gB of disk space – the rest it is completely blind to.
This means that the BIOS cannot read any partition spanning more than the first 136gB of the disk. Otherwise it returns a disk read error, and will stubbornly refuse to boot.
How, then, do you get the machine to work?
The way I have my disk partitioned is roughly 99gB of space for the OS and programs. The rest is mounted on drive J and reserved for documents (it’s where my My Documents folder is mapped). In other words, you can still use that full 300gB of space, but only 136gB for the OS.
Otherwise your poor BIOS gets confused and has to suffer Mr PC World poking around at it.
And it may decide to stage a twenty-four hour lightning strike over pay and working conditions if that happens. Like a certain public sector worker’s union whom Gordon Brown feels can be left to starve as long as inflation is kept in check.
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I dislike McDonald’s. The last time I went I wasn’t off the toilet for weeks. That was around three years ago.
So, with some spare time on my hands earlier today, I decided to find out if the quality of the food and the service had improved in any way (last time I was asked by someone ‘you ea’in i ear?’) by taking myself down to my local McDonald’s.
(Yes, shock horror! Some investigative journalism from this website! You are not hallucinating.)
The trip there was uneventful, apart from seeing some lunatic bump into someone else’s car, causing a mini-traffic jam on the High Street while they filled out each other’s insurance details.
Before I went in, I had some business to settle. This is mainly because I was worried that I might suffer a heart attack after eating the food. Mercifully I did not, although I would like to know what on Earth McDonald’s is doing selling alcohol.
I went in, queued, paid my money for a large portion of fries, six chicken McNuggets (!) and a large Coca-Cola. I was offered a free Coke glass, which was nice. The lady who served me was very kind and friendly, and actually seemed to speak proper English.
Before I was served, I scoured the restaurant looking for nutritional information. There was absolutely no obvious information on the walls or posters. I checked the leaflets – nothing.
I was minorly annoyed to say the least, but I was served the food and took it out of the restaurant.
The fries were OK – this time they actually tasted like they consisted mostly of potatoes. Which is more than can be said of the nuggets. UGH! They tasted like the sort of stuff that a dentist uses to make a mould of your mouth.…
Have you heard about Bitcoin?
If you have heard about cryptocurrencies, then I’m pretty sure that you have heard about Bitcoin as well. Bitcoin is the number one cryptocurrency in the world. It is widely accepted in some countries like Japan and South Korea. Some countries also impose strict regulations towards the usage of cryptocurrencies. Countries like Russia and China banned all crypto exchanges in their country.
Do you want to invest in Bitcoin? Here are some facts that you need to know about Bitcoin:
No one controls Bitcoin
This might be a bit confusing to newbies, but Bitcoin is controlled by all Bitcoin users.
Little to no fees
Yes, that is one of the reasons why people prefer bitcoin over other platforms like Paypal. We all know how expensive Paypal fees are. This is the solution to that problem!
This is one of the most important facts you need to know about Bitcoin. It is highly volatile that it can rise and crash in just a matter of minutes. This is also the reason why countries do not trust Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
This is the newest technology today that got everyone talking about.
Have you heard about blockchain?
If you haven’t heard of it yet, then you are living under a rock. Didn’t you know that Blockchain is one of the most interesting technologies today that are changing the world! It has taken the world by storm!
Many people doubted the power of Blockchain at first, but Blockchain has proven its worth!
The blockchain is now used in governments, multi-billion companies, giant tech companies, banks, grocery stores, digital currencies, and more.
It has truly changed the game and will continue to bring change to the world as more industries are now considering in using Blockchain on their companies.
What makes Blockchain interesting? How can this technology change the world? Why are people so into it right now?
We will answer those questions on the next article. Comment your questions below, and we will try to answer it the best we can.…