If you have added local accounts in previous version of Windows, doing it in Windows 10 might be a bit confusing.
Confusing because Microsoft wants users to sign up with their Microsoft online accounts so they can hook up into other Microsoft online services such Windows store and OneDrive.
So, when setting up additional system accounts, you’ll have to go through unnecessary steps just to get a simple local account created.
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Here’s one way to hardened your WordPress security – enable 2-factor authentication and single-sign-on for WordPress. 2-factor authentication identifies users by means of passwords as well as something the user has that’s unique.
By default, WordPress allows anyone to access its admin page. Anyone can browse to www.example.com/wp-admin.php or www.example.com/wp-login.php.
Anyone with the correct username and password is allowed to login. And if the user is signed in with the administrator account, he/she can take over the entire site and content.
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Let’s be honest, computers are not going anywhere anytime soon. And some of us will need to learn how to do basic tasks with our computers.
From changing our computer names to creating users accounts, these are some tasks we may want to learn on our own.
Some of these basic tasks we’ve covered before, but haven’t talked much our Windows 10. From now on, we’ll begin writing more tutorials based on Windows.
This brief tutorial is going to show you how to change Windows 7, 8 and 10 computer name.
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So, yesterday we showed you how to install Nginx web server on Ubuntu, CentOS and openSUSE. To view that post, please click this link.
Installing Nginx on these distributions is easy, especially on Ubuntu. Now that you’ve learned how to install Nginx, lets continue below and show you how to configure it.
Installing Nginx web server is your first challenge. The next challenge is configuring it so that it accepts connections.
This post will show you how to do that on Ubuntu, CentOS and openSUSE, if you don’t already know how to do it.
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Now that our lab is configured.. it’s time to begin writing tutorials. Our first tutorial today is about installing the latest version of Nginx webserver on Ubuntu, CentOS and openSUSE Linux distributions.
We use Nginx web server on this site to power our WordPress blog. It’s a lightweight, fast and secure web server.
There are other great web servers in the opensource community that you may want to try, like Apache2, Lighttpd and others.
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