It was time to switch to WordPress
Welcome to the new look, and thanks for visiting.
In the coming weeks, we’ll be adding, updating, and revising posts, archiving old content, and introducing new categories. We’ll also be tweaking settings, visuals, and what have you.
So, things might look a little weird for a while.
As a computer and Windows enthusiast, and a relatively new blogger, I like to learn different ways to enjoy computers, share ideas back and forth with others, and continue to evolve online.
We switched to WordPress for 2 main reasons.
First, I’m quite design-challenged. WordPress, however, uses predesigned themes that you can adjust to your liking, and are hopefully appealing to more people.
And second, WordPress does everything automatically. Before, it was necessary to individually add keywords into the search database. Now, WordPress handles all of that.
It’s about time
I’m late to the WordPress party, I admit it, but it has been rewarding learning to code HTML and CSS up to this point. However, if we want to blog more regularly nowadays, WordPress is the way to go.
I need your advice
I need your advice to help keep us on the right track.
We share a passion for computers and Windows. We want this site to be a useful resource for Windows fans, with easy-to-find info, and especially helpful for those learning or just having fun.
The goal is not to have a sea of posts, written around affiliate links.The Computer Mouse
If you can, please send us your opinion.
What do you or don’t you like? What do you want to see? Maybe you’d like to help?
Once again, welcome to the new look, and thanks for your support.
We’d love to see a few more contributors join us this year.
Don’t be a stranger!
Thanks for reading.