Few days back I told you why you should buy the Nexus 5. In the article, I did touch upon the relatively smaller battery size of the Nexus 5. The first day I used my Nexus 5, I ended up draining the battery in a few hours, which was normal.
Posts Tagged: performance
At Techtites, over the past several months, I’ve been trying to optimise the site to get the best load times. This is why you’d have seen several new themes being experimented upon. I also use Cloudflare to improve performance.
Many weeks back after much deliberation, I decided to give CloudFlare a shot. As they describe themselves… CloudFlare protects and accelerates any website online.
Is your online business with a great website designing sucks? Well, it happens to most ecommerce owners in fact. If you really do have a beautifully designed website and high-quality products, and still the business sucks, then obviously you are missing some tricks to convert the leads to sales.
You’ve bought yourself a super fast computer with a tonne of RAM, running the latest processor and you’ve been happy about this. A few months later the super fast computer is no longer super fast. If you’re running 4GBor more RAM, this is where a software like RAMDisk can help.
Even though you may have a high speed broadband connection, you’d still want to squeeze out some extra juice from it, especially when browsing websites. Switching to a public DNS instead of your ISPs DNS can be extremely useful in achieving this target. As the Google Public DNS website explains some reasons to switch: Provide end users with an alternative to their current DNS service.
A while ago, I wrote about Ten Tools to Defragment your Hard Disk. Like your hard drive the windows registry is also prone to defragmentation because it is constantly accessed by programs. Fortunately, we have tools that help you clean up your windows registry and defragment the same.
Yesterday, I covered five of my favorite multimedia players. Today I’ll cover ten Windows tools that you can use to defragment your hard disk. You need just one.
Windows VistaÂ® Performance and Tuning is a guide from Microsoft that focuses on performance improvements on a single computer running Windows Vista, but also takes a look at some of the tools used in enterprise environments to help make performance tuning manageable on a much larger scale.