Masters all need their tools. Below I’ve listed some services and applications which have consistently ranked best, or that I have just found indispensable.

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If you’ve used the Internet in the last fifteen years, there’s no doubt you have heard of BlueHost. They provide unmetered bandwidth, include a free domain name, and are based in Utah, USA.

Check them out for yourself.

When I left GoDaddy many years back for the immoral actions of its CEO as well as their unscrupulous business practices (you can Google both), I was really just looking for a cheap place to move my 50+ domain names.

Not only do I still find NameCheap the least expensive, whenever I have a question or need a guiding hand, their support is top notch.

Though the program is more an “ad designer” than a fully-featured “web designer”, it is invaluable as a responsive animated mini-HTML document creator.

In the near future, I will be creating some tutorials on how to use GWD, so subscribe and be notified as the articles are completed!

I have been in the computer business since 1997. During this time I have spent many frustrating hours with anti-virus products which more often than not, always left the system infected.

Since one of my colleagues recommended Malwarebytes many years ago, it has been my go-to solution for clearing malware infections.