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Shopify Review – Does Shopify Qualify to be Your eCommerce Partner?

Do you know eCommerce websites make up approximately 10-12% of the internet? And I always thought it’s tough to create an e-commerce site. I was blown away with what I discovered. Before that.Gartner, a leading information technology research and advisory company predicts that the Indian eCommerce revenue will reach $6 Billion in 2015; a whopping 70% increase over that of 2014.Not very different is the case with the global eCommerce industry. This simply implies immense scope in online retail. But, with better opportunities always comes tougher competition.With the surge in eCommerce startups, there is also an increase in the number of tools that let technically naive (yet business oriented) entrepreneurs start, manage and expand their online stores. In order to withstand the tough competition, an eCommerce store needs to be well designed and well managed. Hence choosing the right eCommerce store builder plays a huge role in the success of your business.One such tool that carries the …

Traditional Windows Features You’ll Miss the Most After Upgrading to Windows 10

Windows 10 has left us all excited and the fact that (almost) everyone gets a free upgrade has been the best incentive users could ever get. With the Final version of the Windows 10 seeding into devices across 190 countries, it comes imperative for us to take a deeper look and check out what typical Windows feature will not make it to the Windows 10.Demise of Windows Media CenterWindows Media Center has been the epicenter of media consumption for Windows users from more than a decade. The media center had not been receiving any attention lately and was crippled when it came to new codec supports and features. The Windows Media will be taken over by a plethora of third party players and it will be a pain for users to pick the right one.Along with the demise of Media Center, Windows 10 will not be natively supporting DVD playback and it will also not offer support for the TV tuners. Although the missing features might not pierce someone in heart but its absence will definitely be felt b…