Archive for Caches
After getting your domain name registered, paying off to your web host to get hosting for your website, and uploading your website on the web server, its time to view the final shape of your website. If you cannot view your website after all this hard work then does it mean it that you are missing something or is it just something with DNS propagation?
Understanding DNS Propagation
Before understanding the DNS propagation, you should be aware of the working of DNS. A master DNS is created by your web hosting provider in the event when you set your website up with it. This Master DNS is recorded in the Domain Name Server of your web hosting provider. The company which registers your domain name contacts to the DNS server of your web hosting provider. Your domain name registrar does it as the master authority of your domain which you have registered with it.
How Your Website is Being Searched?
When an outsider source searches your website, it first switches to the registration database in order to find out about the DNS authority of your website. After then that it goes to the DNS sever of your web hosting service provider in order to find out the IP address of your website’s domain name. From this IP address, this outsider source locates your website and can view your website.
Caching the DNS Records
The only problem with this searching process is that when your website is searched on internet by an outside source, the search process is catalyzed, as every ISP caches it DNS records to display your website in quick time. Read More
Your Mac has gone slower and slower and you didn’t really feel it since it happened in quite little steps day by day. You keep on using it until one day you got a chance to work on someone else’s machine, that day you noticed what your dear Mac appears to you as slow as an asthmatic ant running with heavy load.
Don’t worry the situation is still in your hands. Below is a list of tips; this will not put your Mac into a speed demon overnight but I assure you that one may help you.
1-Desktop Excessively Cluttered
Are there too many files and folders on your desktop? If yes, they are slowing down your machine. Arrange these files into folders and keep them in your home directory. You can have access to them by creating aliases to them.
2-Having Corrupt Preference Files
Preference files usually become corrupted. This makes program’s working weird or slow. If your Mac runs slow while using any particular application you should delete its preference file and re-launch that application. Applications create a new preference file if they don’t find this file. Read More