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How to perform computer maintenance

The computer is a device that make part of our daily life, we us it every day for several tasks, work, game, entertainment etc.  More than any other device computer need a good and continues maintenance, to keep it running well and fast, doing all the tasks we need. Actually there are several menaces that can harm our computer. The most of them are coming from the internet, when we connect to the internet we are a target of virus, adware and malwares that can harm our computes, the majority of people that have basic skills in computing thinks that installing an antivirus resole all problems, this is false, even with the best antivirus out there we still in risk.

The proper functioning of any computer depends on the software installed, the memory used and the user itself.
Before talking about the problem of the internet and the virus, we need to know that even without internet we can have problem with our computer. In order to keep your computer healthy and fast you need to do some basics step periodically, if you have programs that you never use uninstall theme.

When you use your computer don´t open a lot of windows, people like let a lot of windows open even they don´t make use of theme, all open windows consume memory so if your computer have a enough memory this can slow down your machine. It is a good practice to defragment your disc to make the file system reorganized for simplifying file access and make it fast when you shut down your computer shut it down with the proper shutdown program and not with unplugging the energy cable, because this can damage your system file and generate a no starting of the system.

Before connecting to the internet it is important to install antivirus to protect your system and your data.
Configure your antivirus to scan your computer periodically; instead you can do it manually on running the antivirus scan. Some sites on the internet are harmful and install a malware script in your computer, it is better to no open this kind of sites (pornographic sites are an example).

Browsers like Google Chrome and Internet Explorer advise you about bad sites.

Internet is not the only place you can get a virus, if you are in a network or you use unknown pen drive or external disk you risk to get your computer infected, so before e connecting any external device to your computer it is recommended to scan it with your antivirus first.

If you are a beginner or do not give winds to your curiosity, don´t try to configure, delete, or change system file (for example register editing) Don´t forget to search for upgrades to keep you system with the last fixes, it is better to set automatic upgrade.

Before Installing any hardware (like camera, mouse or other devices) read the manual and be sure that the device you are installing is compatible with your computer. The use of the computer is personnel; this is why the PC means Personnel computer, so if you let other people use your computer the risk to your computer is damaged is higher.
Periodically it is a good practice to delete temporary and unused files.

If your computer run several services that you never use in the startup, it is better to deactivate those services or programs, this make your computer startup faster. On installing new software read carefully the instruction during the installation, because some software comes with third party plugin like browser toolbars that are checked by default and that will be installed with the software even you will never use them.

It is not recommended to install toolbars in the browser if you do not use theme for any purpose. When you navigate on the web do not install downloaded programs if you done know the publisher.

Following these steps you will keep your computer healthy for a long time without any problem, and if you have trouble with your computer download this tool and let it fix your computer for you automatically.

17 Ways to Speedup Windows 7

Windows 7 is specially engineered for speed. It is built to be fast. Faster than any of its preceding Windows Operating Systems. While it may be faster than Windows Vista by a good sized margin, many users remain unsatisfied by the speed of Windows 7. Even with a fully updated hardware installation of Windows 7 you could still be longing for more speed. We aim to make your Windows 7 system run faster than you could remember it ever being.

If you are looking for a little extra speed and a performance, please follow through this guide to get Windows 7 to turbo speed! This guide can really get you the performance and speed up to where you want it.

First, you should be aware of the minimum requirements needed to operate on Windows 7:

1.) 1GHz processor (32- or 64-bit)

2.) 16GB of available disk space

3.) 1GB of main memory total

4.) A DVD – R/W drive

5.) Support for DX9 graphics with 128MB of memory

Actually, the DX9 graphics card is not necessity because it is more for appearance features rather than performance features.

Let’s get straight into the guide so you can speed up that Windows 7 computer!

1.  Disable Any Unneeded Visual Effects

  • To begin, right-click on the Computer icon on your Desktop and select “Properties” from the menu that appears
  • Select “Advanced System Settings” from the left pane to view the System Properties Window
  • Click the “Advanced” tab along the top of that window, then click “Settings” listed under “Performance”. Select “Custom:” options from there.
  • In that window uncheck all the options and make sure that only the last 4 options are checked.

– Optionally you could only leave the last choices checked

  • Lastly, log off of your system and log back in for changes to take effect

Turning off the aero effects in Windows 7 is a good start but you get even better results when you turn off many of the other unwanted visual effects.

2.  Turn off the User Account Control (UAC) Feature

  • Open the Control Panel and select “User Accounts and Family Safety” then “User Account”.
  • Select the User Account Control Settings link
  • Simply click-and-drag the slider until it reaches “Never Notify”
  • Click “OK” and restart your computer for changes to take effect

The UAC feature in Windows 7 is found annoying by many users especially those that are daily users of their computer.

3.  Disable Search Indexing Feature

  • Right-click the Computer icon on your Desktop and select “Manage” from the menu that appears
  • Select “Services and Applications” from the Computer Management Window and click “Services”
  • You will then see a list of services available – locate the Windows Search on that screen
  • Right-click “Windows Search” from that list and click “Properties”
  • The Windows Search Properties window will appear
  • Select “Disabled” from the drop-down menu for Startup Type
  • Click “Apply” and “OK”

Now the startup feature for Search Indexing in Windows 7 has been disabled.

The Windows 7 Search Indexing feature was created so that the computer would keep records of the files that have previously been searched so items can be located quicker the next time you search them. This feature is really only useful if search for things very frequently and need them searched as fast as possible on your system after repeatedly requesting a search on that item.

If you only occasionally perform a system search for files, downloads, etc. then the Search Index Feature, especially when selected to run at system startup can eat away at memory and system resources without you even knowing it’s running.

If you would like to disable the Search Indexing Feature all together in Windows 7 you can by setting the Search Indexing Service to “Manual”. That is along with following the above steps under Disable Search Indexing Feature.

4.  Disable Unwanted Services

A lot of the features and services offered with Windows 7 operating systems are not necessary for everyday use. There are some; however, that are necessary and not safe to be turned off or disabled. But things like the Print Spooler are only needed when printed a document or picture. This is something that you can safely turn off on a regular basis and then turn on when going to print something. Below are 10 more things in Windows 7 that you can safely disable.

  • Secondary Logon
  • Windows Error Reporting Service
  • Desktop Window Session Manager (leave on if you want aero effects)
  • TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper
  • Distributing Link Tracking Client
  • Offline Files
  • Diagnostic Policy Service
  • Protected Storage
  • IP Helper
  • Application Experience

Without these always running you can really improve the speed on your Windows 7 system.

5.  Set Up the Ready Boost Service

  • You will need a USB/Highspeed Flash/Pendrive that is Ready Boost compatible in order to configure the Ready Boost feature.
  • After inserting the  USB/Highspeed Flash/Pendrive open it by going to Computer and right-click it and select “Ready Boost” from the options
  • Check the “Use this Device” checkbox.
  • You can choose how much space on your  USB/Highspeed Flash/Pendrive you would like used as RAM

Windows 7 offers the Ready Boost feature so that you can use your  USB/Highspeed Flash/Pendrive as extra RAM. This one step improves the speed and performance by a good margin.

6.  Disable the Sidebar

  • Right-click on the sidebar and click “Properties” from the menu
  • When the Properties window appears uncheck the box that says “Start Sidebar when Windows Starts”

Now the sidebar will not appear when you start your computer or log in to Windows. Disabling this feature will not only make your computer run faster in general but it will get you to a fast startup.

7.  Turn off the Thumbnail Preview Feature

  • Open your Computer and select the “Organize” drop-down menu to select “Folder and Search Options”
  • In the Files and Folders section select the View tab and check the box showing “Always Show Icons, Never Thumbnails”.

Displaying thumbnails of folders rather than icons can take up more space and time than just icons. So turning off the thumbnail preview option saves you both!

8.  Disable the Aero Theme

  • Right-click any space on your Desktop and select “Personalize” from the menu that appears
  • Open the Window Color tab
  • Uncheck the box that says “Enable Transparency” and then select “Open Classic Appearance Properties for More Options”
  • A new window will appear, select a Standard or Basic them from it. (Standard Windows 7 theme is a good choice)

If you are looking for aesthetics rather than performance you can keep the aero user interface. While it obviously adds luster to the appearance of things it also takes up a lot of space on the graphics and video cards. You can check this out yourself by viewing its memory consumption when aero theme is both on and off to see the difference.

9.  Disable Aero Peek and Aero Snap

  • Go to your Control Panel of Windows 7 and double-click the “Ease of Access Center” icon.
  • Select “Make It Easier to Focus on Tasks” listed near the bottom
  • Uncheck the box that says “Prevent Windows from being automatically arranged when moved to the edge of the screen”
  • Right-click on the Windows 7 taskbar and click “Properties” from the menu that appears
  • Lastly, uncheck the box that says “User Aero Peek to Preview the Desktop”

Windows 7 has these new features designed to do things you already did in XP and Vista just in new ways. Aero Snap allows you to Maximize, Minimize and Resize your windows simply by dragging-and-dropping at screen corners.

Aero Peek is pretty much the same as the “Show Desktop” icon from Windows XP and Windows Vista. It hides all of your windows to show a clean desktop and icons.

10.  Disable Password Protection

Users that set up passwords to access their account in Windows 7 spend a few seconds every time they start up or log in to enter that password. If you are the only person who uses your computer my opinion is that you don’t really need this feature. I opt for getting on my account quickly. When I previously had a password set and someone wanted on my computer I would just give out the password anyway so it was completely useless and took extra time to log in every day.

11.  Disable Unwanted Startup Items

  • Open the Windows button and type “msconfig” in the Run option of the start menu and press Enter
  • This opens the System Configuration Utility window
  • Select the Startup tab and uncheck all items that you do not need to run automatically when the computer starts up

This can drastically improve startup time and even running time if you have had a lot of things running when your computer starts. This often happens automatically when several things have been downloaded and installed onto your computer.

12.  Change your Power Plan to Maximum Performance

  • Open your Control Panel and double-click the “Power Options” icon
  • Scroll down to see the Show Additional Plans option and select “High Performance” power plan to activate it.
  • Further tweaking can be done to this by selecting the Advanced Settings

13.  Turn off Unwanted Windows 7 Features

  • Open your Control Panel and select “Programs and Features”
  • Select the “Turn Windows features On or Off” from the left panel
  • Uncheck all of the features that you do not use
  • Restart your computer for the changes to take effect

There are several features that Windows 7 offers that many users don’t need or use often so by disabling them you are making more room for running time on things you do use frequently.

14.  Disable the Screen Saver and Wallpaper

  • Right-click any blank space on your Desktop and select “Personalize” from the menu that appears
  • Select the Screen Saver link
  • From the Screen Saver drop-down menu select “None” then select “Apply” then “OK”
  • Next click “Desktop Background”
  • From the Location drop-down menu select “Solid Colors” pick a color and click “OK”

It takes up memory to display wallpaper and screen savers and more memory means faster computer.

15.  Disable Unwanted System Sounds

  • Open the Start Menu and type “mmsys.cpl” in the Run option
  • Locate the Sounds tab
  • Under “Sound Schemes” then choose “No Sounds”, click “Apply”, click “OK”
  • Optionally, you can keep some of your favorite sounds turned on and select which sounds to disable, but keep in mind that sounds played during startup, shutdown, logon, etc. take away from performance that could be utilized better elsewhere

16.  Tweak your Registry

We have a couple of articles in our PC 911 blog that have a lot of information on how you can tweak your registry to improve the speed of your computer!

17.  Software to help Speed Up Windows 7

There are several software programs out there that you can use to maintain a nice, healthy system. Programs that update your hardware, programs that clear bugs, programs that clean registries and programs that remove potentially harmful information against you. Some of my favorites are listed below.

Performing all of these tasks will get your Windows 7 computer running noticeably quicker! Feel free to share more tips to speed up your system in the comments below!

Protect your computer from viruses

Similar to the way that people catch a virus your computer can also be very vulnerable to viruses. These days there are people out there whose sole intent is to spread them and it is rather easy to get a virus on your computer.  Luckily Microsoft is getting tougher on this junk and I hear rumors that Windows 8 will help protect you much better from this junk getting in as easily.

If you are not sure what a virus is or how to protect yourself please read our article below.

A virus is a malicious piece of code written and designed to enter your PC without your permission and unnoticed. It will then replicate itself and/or possibly cause serious damage to your files and your PC. A virus can come in many forms but they usually come attached to a file, e.g. hidden in Word macros or embedded in executable files or attached to an e-mail, or in the boot sector of a disk.

Once the infected file or disk is introduced to your system, the virus can spread by attaching itself to files on your drives, or by sending infected e-mails to people in your address book. The Internet is a great environment for a virus to spread as downloading and e-mailing and exchanging files and information is common practice. If programmed to do so, the virus will not only spread but also cause damage to your system, such as, but not limited to, deleting files, deleting hard drive boot records resulting in an unbootable system, or erasing CMOS information.

This is a serious threat and should not be taken lightly. Almost every week, a new virus strikes and brings productivity to a grinding halt. The consequences are serious. For a home user, it often results in lost data and a lot of mad friends who received the virus from you. For businesses, a virus can bring down the entire network, often resulting in hours and days without e-mail or online access, corrupted or lost data, productivity loss, etc. Viruses have caused much damage and cost businesses and government agencies billions of dollars in time and money in an effort to recover from a virus attack. Don’t think that you are immune to a virus. Nobody is.

What can we all do to prevent this from happening?

The solution to the problem is two-fold. To prevent virii from spreading, companies install virus scanner software on their mail servers, and home users install virus scanners on their home PCs. Most virus scanning software can be bought in stores for a price, but why pay if there are free alternatives? See the “Security” category of our download section at downloads/security.html for links to several free antivirus solution. Another alternative is to scan your PC online by visiting Trend Micro’s web site, but this option does not offer permanent resident virus protection.

Of course any virus scanner can only work if you have the latest virus definition files installed. These virus definition files, also called DAT files, are being updated on a weekly or even more frequent basis by the maker of each virus scanner software. But it is up to you to download them regularly and update your PC. Most virus scanners either have a feature that let you schedule automatic downloads of new DAT files so that you don’t have to worry about it, or at least offer an easy press-one-button way of doing so. Remember, if your virus scanner does not have the latest DAT files and doesn’t know about the virus, it can’t catch it.

However, the makers of virus scanners are always a step behind since they can’t update their DAT files until they have seen the virus and know how to deal with it. Therefore there is usually a time gap from several hours to several days between the appearance of the virus in the wild and when the cure in the form of new DAT files is available. Since no virus scanner can protect you in that time period, it is up to you to prevent the virus from getting to you.

You are responsible!

The other part of virus protection is prevention. And no system administrator or virus scanner can do that for you. You are the one and only person responsible for exercising caution to prevent this from happening. Here are the top rules of virus prevention. We suggest you print them out, staple them to your forehead, memorize them – anything it takes:

DON’T OPEN ATTACHMENTS FROM UNKNOWN SOURCES! We can’t emphasize this enough.
If you get an e-mail with an attachment from a person you don’t know – DO NOT OPEN IT – DELETE IT!
If you get an e-mail with an attachment from a person you know but you didn’t ask for it and didn’t expect it – DO NOT OPEN IT – DELETE IT!
If it really was legit, the person will follow up with you or send it again and no harm is done. If it was malicious and you deleted it – you’re safe. Virii can only spread if they are activated. As long as the e-mail is not opened and the attachment is not activated, you’re safe.

Virus programmers disguise their malicious software to make it look harmless. Therefore do not assume that an e-mail that is marked “Happy Mother’s Day” or “Funny Joke” or “Great Opportunity” or “Free ” is safe. You need to keep your guard up. If it does not look familiar, if it sounds suspicious – DO NOT OPEN IT – DELETE IT!

A virus can come from anybody – your coworker, your mom, your best friend, anybody! Therefore do not assume that any e-mail you receive from anybody you know is safe. Virii spread by replicating themselves unbeknownst to a user by sending themselves to e-mail addresses found in the user’s address book. This means that virii are most likely to get into your inbox from somebody you know! If somebody you know sends you an attachment that you didn’t ask for and didn’t expect – DO NOT OPEN IT – DELETE IT!

Do not open any attachment that has the extension .vbs or .shs! Virii don’t have to be files ending in .exe to be executed. VBS means Visual Basic Script is another programming language, one of many, that virii are written in. Virii can actually be hidden in many types of files. Often infected files are disguised to look like a text file or a video clip to trick you into thinking they are safe and opening them. Be suspicious of every single attachment you get. If you’re not sure – DO NOT OPEN IT – DELETE IT!

Please use common sense

It is crucial to be suspicious and exercise caution. The number one rule is: Delete any e-mail with attachments that you cannot say with 110% certainty that they are safe. Nobody is safe from virii, but you can help fighting them by using common sense. Remember, a deleted legit e-mail takes only a few seconds to resend. But an opened malicious e-mail can cause hours of downtime, lost productivity, unrecoverable data, and cost a company tens of thousands of dollars as a result. Be responsible, use common sense, and think before you click. The virus threat is real.

Is Technology Killing Us?

We all love our gadgets and gizmos but, increasingly, it seems that research is suggesting that the electronic devices we use everyday could actually be putting us at greater risk than we initially thought.

For example, the World Health Organisation has just placed mobile phones in the category ‘2B – possibly carcinogenic to humans’, which means that your beloved handset now sits alongside pickled vegetables, printer ink and coffee when it comes to possible threats to your wellbeing.

However, much of this is based around how much you use your phone. Certainly, the worrying headlines about contracting brain cancer might help to sell newspapers, but sensible use of a phone is, it seems, no riskier than enjoying your daily mug of caffeine. But that’s the thing with everything we do – moderation in all things as they say.

That’s not to say that technology does not have a debilitating effect on us, even if we’re using it in a sensible fashion. Let’s face it; we all spend hours in front of screens now, be they workstations, home computers, laptops, netbooks, tablets and smartphones – all are putting an increasing strain on our poor peepers.

A recent survey has suggested that British people now spend more time looking at screens than they do sleeping, and over sixty per cent admitted they get withdrawal symptoms if they’re separated from their devices for any period of time. An additional forty per cent said they looked at their mobile phone before doing anything else after waking up. A quarter said they did it within three minutes of rising from their slumber.

Today’s children spend around half as much time looking at screens as they do being taught in classrooms too, so the problem clearly starts early on. And, with so many irresistible gadgets around us, the temptation to stare at a screen all day is becoming ever stronger. The desirability to own the latest electronic devices is also magnetic, too although not everybody would be prepared to go to the lengths of one young man in China who recently hit the headlines.

He was so obsessed about the Apple iPad 2 tablet that, desperate to be able to buy one, he found a black market dealer in vital organs and reportedly sold one of his kidneys for thousands of dollars. So, while technology may be great in a lot of respects, there’s no doubt that in some cases, it’s delivering rather more than we bargained for.

Windows 8 release date

Windows 8 rumors are flying around now and the buzz about Windows 8 is full of hype. There are rumors of a release date in late 2011 and early 2012.  My opinion is that it will be released around Feb 2012.  There have been a couple of sneak peeks at the new operating system and it seems to be less targeted to just PC’s with an obvious tablet inspired interface.

Windows 8 TilesThere are tiles as shown above scattered throughout Windows 8 and you can quickly launch apps from the new tiled start screen.  You can easily multitask, or switch between different apps and the tiles and live notifications. You can quickly resize tiles and there seems to be a new app store to easily download free or low priced apps.

As always I will be late to adapt to the new operating system. I skipped Vista altogether and reluctantly upgraded to Windows 7 when I had to buy a new tower.  From the first day I loved it and eagerly trashed my dated Windows XP despite my claims that I would just stick with XP for years.

It seems to lean towards touchscreen monitors which I don’t care for personally.  I find touchscreens to be more of a vanity than useful. Maybe I am just old school preferring a mouse to make my way around.

Stay tuned for more articles on the upcoming Windows 8 and the Windows 8 release date.

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Streamsend review – Email Marketing Solution


If you have been wanting to do any email marketing then you may have ran across the Streamsend.com website and wondered if this was a good fit for your business and how you want to email your customers.

We have been a customer of Streamsend for over a year and have been really happy with our experience with them overall.  The only problem is that we wish our open rates were better but I have found that happens with any email marketing system.

It is really easy to add a form to your website or blog to get visitors to signup to receive emails from you or you can easily upload customer lists.  Of course you cannot upload bought or rented lists as that would be spam but if you have a previous customer list you can upload them and use Streamsend to contact your customers.

Using an email marketing system like Streamsend is really a helping hand as you get more and more subscribers to your email list.  Stream send automates the process of dealing with unsubscribes and keeping you in line with all of the laws.

The only downside I have noticed is when I have sent close to the limit you have to pay a little more to send that last little bit even if some of the folks on the list that is setup are unsubscribed it seems you have to que for all of them.  It’s really not that big of a deal but I have spent 20$ extra in a month a couple of times due to this.  I may be mistaken on them queuing even the unsubscribed ones that was just my gut feeling at the time.

Another pro to using Stream Send for your email marketing needs is that you can easily scale up or down your account according to your delivery for that month.  If you need to send 5 messages to your 20,000 person email list this month and only 1 next month you don’t have to pay the same.  Just adjust your account size.

I highly recommend Streamsend to anyone wondering if they should use Stream send for their email marketing.

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Osama Bin Laden killed

Bin laden

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Osama Bin Laden has been confirmed dead by US officials. Apparently he was killed a week ago in a US bomb attack.  The news of Bin Laden’ death has spread over twitter like a brush fire in a match factory.

The US has been searching for him since 2001 for his role in the 911 tragedy and the timing could not be any better with the tenth anniversary of 911 coming up in just a few months.

I had a cousin killed in Afghanistan just a few weeks ago.  He was only 20 years old and a really great kid.  We would hear of him helping kids over there and riding horses thru the rough terrain with his battle buddies.

I do hope that we can finally bring home many of our young men and women that are in wars overseas since Osama Bin Laden has been killed and it is confirmed.

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Lost Wallet, What To Do?

Anytime you lose your purse or wallet it opens the door for identity thieves to all the necessary information about you that they need to take advantage of your credit rating.  From here they can easily sell off your personal information to other thieves online or start creating fraudulent accounts in your name and taking the property purchased on your credit and disappearing.  This happens every day.

If you have lost your wallet or purse, this is what to do

1. Phone your bank and credit card companies to let them know immediately.

Ask to have your account numbers changed as a security precaution.

  • They should provide you with new account numbers and transfer your credit limits and history to these new account numbers.  If your lender is unwilling to do this, find a new one.

2. File a Police report

  • Do not miss this! If fraud takes place this is vital!
  • Store a copy of the police report with you.

3. Put a fraud alert on your account with all 3 of the credit agencies.

  • Experian PO Box 9595, Allen, TX 75013-9595 Tel: 1-888-EXPERIAN (397-3742)
  • Equifax PO Box 740241, Atlanta, GA 30374-0241 Tel: 800-525-6285
  • Trans Union PO Box 1000, Chester, PA 19022 Tel: 800-680-7289
  • Fraud alerts requires creditors to verify ID before approving credit

4. Contact your lenders fraud department

5. Get a copy of your credit report ASAP

  • Order from Annual Credit Report the only government mandated free service.
  • Look for and investigate any suspicious activity.

6. Don’t forget to report your driver’s license lost and replace it at the DMV.

7. If you lost any keys you should change the locks that they match quickly.

8. Make an inventory list of what exactly you recall being inside the wallet/purse.

 

9. Signup with an ID Theft Protection Service

Tips to help protect you and limit your liability

  • Only carry what you absolutely need in your wallet or purse.
  • Photocopy all your credit cards front and back so you can easily reference the information if needed later.
  • Do not carry your social security card around with you.
  • Never write down any passwords and store them in your purse or wallet.

Budget Web Hosting

If you are looking for some budget web hosting idea we have compiled a list of the best web hosting you can get on a shoestring budget. You should be aware that budget hosting plans tend to have much lower levels of support and could mean you may need to know how to deal with problems when they arise instead of waiting on support for your account that only costs a couple of dollars a month.

Now not all budget hosting plans give low level support.  If you stick with some of the larger companies such as Hostgator, (They have plans as low as a few dollars a month), then you will get excellent support no matter if your hosting costs $5 per month or $100 per month.

There are some hosting accounts that cost even less and I will list a few of them below.  Keep in mind that the smaller the company the less likely they are to have top notch support and services.  I will do my best to only list high quality budget web hosting companies in this article.

Another budget web hosting company that has a solid reputation is IPage.

They have solid infrastructure and great tech support.

My 3rd and final budget web hosting recommendation is MyHosting.com. These folks have really gotten budget web hosting down to a science.  The tech support offered here is rival to any premium hosting company online.

So here are my top 3 picks for budget web hosting.

  1. Hostgator
  2. IPage
  3. MyHosting.com

If you do not know anything about hosting websites then I suggest you go with Hostgator.  They have many videos and tutorials showing you exactly how to do everything.  If you need help or have questions just leave them in the comments section below and we will be glad to help you with your questions on budget web hosting.