Domain Name Sanity Blog

Can All Monitors Be Mounted?

Today, on average, most people spend around 7 hours daily in front of a screen. Because of this, where you place the screen is crucial to avoid neck strain and headaches. One common strategy to make computer monitors more ergonomic is to mount them. But can all monitors be mounted, even if they come with pre-built stands or shelves? Keep reading to learn more.

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How to Position Dual Monitors

In this article, we’ll talk about ergonomics and the best ways to position two monitors. We’ll also cover the differences in positioning relative to whether your monitors are flat or curved.

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10 Tips to Keep Your Website Safe from Attacks

According to Sophos Labs, nearly 11 million websites are hacked yearly, with an average of 30,000 hacks daily. This alarming statistic proves that we must all step up our cybersecurity game if we own or manage a website. In this post, we’ll explain how to check if your site is secure and share ten effective tips to keep your website from attacks.

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8 Email Management Tips

If it’s too late for you to separate your main email address into a few categories, no worries. We still have a few tips for you that will hopefully make your inbox browsing a bit smoother. Keep reading to find out more about all the methods we recommend.

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What Is an Inode?

In a real-world filing system, there needs to be a record of where each file is. Otherwise, there really wouldn’t be a point in having a filing system. An inode is a concept that solves this problem digitally, in Unix filing systems.

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How Long Does It Take for DNS to Update?

DNS propagation, or DNS updating, refers to the period of time between making a change to your domain name and seeing that change reflected in DNS across the internet. Propagation occurs after a few different types of actions, including making a change to your DNS records, or changing your domain name’s WHOIS information.

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What Is a Nameserver?

When you type a search term into your browser and hit ‘enter’, you set in motion a lightning-fast process of communication and data retrieval. Nameservers are at the center of the action: a nameserver facilitated your access to this very web page, as well as any other internet activity you’ve conducted today.

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