I referred back to my reflection of 2014 before beginning this post and was entertained by the adventure that year was. By comparison, 2015 has been more regular with less excitement.
I received my Microsoft certification as an MCSA for Windows 8.1 this year, as I set out last year. I have been using Windows 10 since Day 1 of its release and will study for the 70-697 exam of Configuring Windows Devices. I also hope to get involved in ConfigMgr v1511 (and the ongoing versions) to learn and leverage the system in my organization.
I implemented a new WordPress theme today that is based on the Genesis framework to use in 2016. The goal was to find a theme that was faster with fewer requests than the WooThemes Canvas theme I have been using. It has been a decent improvement to page load time with fewer requests. I was hoping for better but a few plugins add up quickly.
The performance staying steady is great news as I have left my previous host for a new one. Using the new host’s Black Friday sale, I was able to buy 3 years of hosting for the same price of 6 months of hosting on my previous host.
In 2015, 404 Tech Support had almost 750k visitors who consumed over 2 million pageviews. Unfortunately for our revenue, 19.9% of those pageviews used an adblocker.
Our top 10 most visited articles in 2015:
The top article was published in 2009 and continues to hold the top spot. Articles from 2009-2014 appear in the top 15 most visited 404TS articles. In total, we have 2,643 published articles on 404TechSupport.com and 370 of those articles were added in 2015.
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2016 promises to be an exciting time with Windows 10 as a service, a new Windows Server, and who knows what else.
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