MAY
19

10 awesome Windows features you probably don't use (but should)

10 awesome Windows features you probably don't use (but should)
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MAY
18

A Quick Guide to Increasing Your Website Speed (Step by Step)

A Quick Guide to Increasing Your Website Speed (Step by Step)

People are impatient. A one-second delay in your website’s load time can cause a 7% drop in conversion rates. And 40% of visitors will leave a page that takes more than 3 seconds to load.

Two great reasons to ensure your website loads fast!

There are many factors that contribute to a slow-loading website. So before we begin with optimizing, let’s look at all the factors that can affect website speed.

Why speed matters

Page speed has been a ranking factor for desktop searches since 2010. In 2018, it became a ranking factor for mobile searches too.

Google has said that they are looking to make page speed a “first-class citizen”.

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MAY
18

EasyApache May 18 Release

We are happy to announce that cPanel, L.L.C. has released an update for EasyApache 4! Take a look at some highlights below, and then join us on the cPanel Community Forums, Discord, or Reddit to talk about this update and much more. If you have additional questions, feel free to reach out on …

The post EasyApache May 18 Release first appeared on cPanel Newsroom.
Original author: Rhoda Arnes

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MAY
18

cPanel® Version 102 now in STABLE!

We are happy to announce that cPanel Version 102 has now been released to the STABLE tier!  To fully explore all the changes in Version 102, as well as see detailed information about all cPanel & cPanel WebHost Manager versions, visit the release notes. More Information Our Release site also provides …

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Original author: Rhoda Arnes

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MAY
13

How to create a professional signature in Microsoft Word for Outlook

Image: mizar_21984/Adobe Stock.

It’s important to have a professional-looking signature in your work email. Microsoft Word has a template gallery with 20 signatures that you can choose from and then tweak to make your own. I’ll show you how to access this Word gallery template and then create your own signature.

I’m using Microsoft 365 on a Windows 10 64-bit system, but you can use an earlier version. For your convenience, you can download the demonstration .docx and .doc files. Word for the web supports most everything in this article.

SEE: Get Microsoft Office for Windows with this lifetime license (TechRepublic Academy)

How to start with a template in Word

You can create your own design, but there are so many good templates available that it isn’t necessary. Start with one you like and alter it. To use a template in Word:

Click the File menu and choose New from the left pane.In the search control, enter Signature Template and click the magnifying glass icon or press Enter.In the results, choose Email signature gallery — it’s the first one in my results (Figure A).Click Create. Word then downloads the file to your local system.

Figure A

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