With the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, Powercfg.exe supports a new command-line switch that generates a diagnostic report of system sleep transitions.Read more
Here’s a quick tip on how to import and export saved credentials in Google Chrome from/to a CSV file. Export Chrome Passwords to a CSV file Open Google Chrome and open Settings. Under “Autofill”, click “Passwords”. Click the “More actions” kebab menu icon (denoted by three vertical dots) near the … Read more
Google’s official "Go Back With Backspace" extension restores the ability to go back to the previous page using the backspace key in Google Chrome.Read more
Sometimes, it may be necessary for you to clear the Chrome browser history and cookies for a particular site or domain. You may need to clear the cookies and site data for a specific site either when designing websites or troubleshooting website login issues etc. And, as a privacy measure, you may often find the need to clear the browsing history for a specific domain or site.
This article explains how to clear the Google Chrome browsing history and cookies on a per-site basis.Read more
It’s been over 7 months since the release of PHP 7, but only less than 2% of the total WordPress-powered sites are running PHP 7, per the statistics. By now, most hosting service providers would have added PHP 7 option in the hosting control panel for their customers. What’s so special about PHP 7?Read more
In the recent versions of WordPress, the following warning or error message may appear in some of your posts that contain a featured image.
Warning: strpos(): Empty needle in /httpdocs/wp-includes/media.php on line 1088Read more
The dreaded WordPress "Reauth=1" Admin panel logon redirect loop problem bit me this time, and I’m sharing the info on how I fixed it, in this post. I’m no way an expert in Apache, Linux or WordPress stuff, but the information here can help others who happen to face the same situation.Read more
When you right-click on a Windows Installer shortcut and choose Properties, the Target field does not show the path to the executable. This is because Windows Installer shortcuts work in a different way. When you double-click a Windows Installer shortcut, Windows reads the Product code, Component code and other details stored in the Shortcut in order to determine the executable file location.Read more