Within our latest release of Parallels Desktop® for Mac, we have included free systems that are available to the user at no additional cost. These free systems are easily set up with a few simple clicks. Application developers, beta application testers, and software engineers utilize these systems to achieve a safe virtual environment that […]
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Full disclosure: I’m not a web developer. I do, however, consider myself something of a DIY front-end web “meddler” (for lack of a better word). Basically, all that means is that I’ve set up/created enough smaller WordPress websites that I know my way around most basic-to-intermediate HTML, CSS, and PHP. Despite my lack of formal […]
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Have you ever built a website or written some code and thought it looked perfect until, after the fact, you caught that same page looking horrible and wonky in another browser? I definitely have. And even though my version of writing code really means messing around in the WordPress back-end, the scenario still holds up. […]
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It’s that age-old question: Mac, or PC? When it comes to Windows vs. Mac, the debate can get tedious, especially when you start looking at what you might need vs. what you might want. A lot depends on your preferences as well as what you need your computer to do for you. What makes the […]
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