Windows 10: 5 things I like

I'm fairly critical when it comes to new software versions regardless of whether it is an update to a web browser I use (Firefox) or the underlying operating system (Windows 10). Part of that comes from me using a program or system for a long period …

Three key takeaways from our new ROI of Tag Management report

It’s extraordinary how much of an important role website tags play in the efficiency and success of digital marketing. A digital marketer’s first responsibility is to understand their customers’ experience so that they can improve upon it. Therefore it’s vital that detailed information on behaviours, platforms, …

35 examples of ecommerce best practice from Hobbycraft

Hobbycraft is not a website we’ve covered on the blog before. It’s not the showiest website, it doesn’t feature the most technically dazzling array of tools and features, nor is it currently in the news for any particular reason. So why cover it now? Because Hobbycraft …

Which Tweets Does Google Search Value Most?

What does Twitter's deal to allow Google full, real-time access to its stream of tweets mean for search results? How many tweets are getting indexed? Which types of tweets are valued most by the search engine?   Stone Temple Consulting recently set out to answer those …

Disconnect Non-Mapped Network Drives in Windows

I have a Seagate Central at home acting as a NAS and was already connected to one of the shared folders which was password protected. When I tried to connect to my wife’s shared folder to copy some files, I got this error: Hmmm, cryptic error …

Software sniffer_gpu.exe Eating CPU Power Fixed

This was rather quirky, but after installing DirectX from Microsoft, my pc started to get a gpu error (intel) whenever I run any graphic intensive Adobe software (photoshop, illustrator, etc.) I found out that an app from Adobe – sniffer_gpu.exe would eat up about 30% of …