In other words, if you have installed OneDrive desktop on your PC then you can use fetch files feature to access all your files on that PC from another computer even if it’s not there in your OneDrive folder. Also, you can access the network locations as well if they’re included in your PC’s libraries or if they’re mapped as drives. Since OneDrive is integrated to Microsoft Office Online (and now with Windows 8 as well), you can view your documents (Word, Excel, PDF, etc.) online without downloading them to your PC. … [Read more...] about OneDrive vs Dropbox vs Google Drive vs Cloud Drive vs Box vs Mega vs iCloud Drive
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As far as the pricing is concerned; both the companies have similar kind of pricing plan. If you go for 12 months billing cycle, you will be charged $5.95/month, for 24 months, you will be charged $4.95 and for 36 months billing period, you have to pay $3.95 only with Bluehost. With Hostmonster, for 12 months billing cycle, you have to pay $6.95/month, for 24 months billing period, you will be charged $5.95/month and for 36 months times period, you have to pay a monthly fee of $4.95. … [Read more...] about BlueHost Vs HostMonster: Which One is Better?
You may have to search around for a bit to find a theme that’ll be a match for your site, especially if you’re looking for a free design to customize, but BigCommerce did just add a slew of new theme updates so their theme selection is constantly expanding. … [Read more...] about BigCommerce vs Shopify Comparison 2017
DreamHost also offers telephone support, but unlike Bluehost and HostGator, they don’t offer free telephone support. Their telephone support is a premium service, and this is a feature which I do not like. More over, in 2017 Dreamhost service has gone down due to their team change & is not recommended for hosting WordPress site. … [Read more...] about Bluehost vs. HostGator vs. DreamHost [Web Hosting Comparison]
Yahoo! Mail: Pros and Cons Oh wait, I don’t love Yahoo! Mail. I use my @yahoo.com only to receive spams or to sign up on a website that appears to be spammy. But still, if there is one feature that I like about Yahoo! Mail, it’s the Disposable Addresses (but available for Yahoo! Mail Plus users only). It’s different from “Plus addressing” of Gmail or Outlook.com. Instead of adding a “+tag” after our username Yahoo! allows us to create another base name (call it an alias) and then we can add up to 500 unique tags separated by a “hyphen“. For example, [email protected]; [email protected] instead of [email protected] or [email protected] in case of Outlook.com or Gmail. … [Read more...] about Gmail vs. Hotmail vs. Yahoo! Mail: An Ultimate Comparison