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ShipWorks Can Backup Automatically?!  Yes, please.
Jan11

ShipWorks Can Backup Automatically?!  Yes, please.

  Things happen.  Sometimes really bad things happen, like when your main ShipWorks computer decides to crash taking all of your order and shipment data with it.  The good news is that this scenario can easily be rectified using automated database backups.  It’s built right into ShipWorks and it is easy to set up. Setting up an Action in ShipWorks to automatically backup your ShipWorks database makes it quick and easy to get back to...

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Using ShipWorks on a Mac with Boot Camp
Jun18

Using ShipWorks on a Mac with Boot Camp

ShipWorks is a Windows application and therefore can’t be directly run in the Mac Operating System (macOS) but Mac users should not despair! With Boot Camp, a macOS built-in utility, you can install Windows on your Mac and then switch between the macOS and Windows. When in Windows, you can download and use ShipWorks on your Mac as you would on a PC. What makes Boot Camp great is that it’s free, it’s easy to use, and you don’t need to...

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Using ShipWorks on a Mac with VMware Fusion
May14

Using ShipWorks on a Mac with VMware Fusion

ShipWorks is a PC-based application, which means that you can’t install it directly onto a Mac Operating System (macOS).  But, that doesn’t mean Mac users can’t use ShipWorks! You can actually run Windows on your Mac and install ShipWorks in Windows through VMware Fusion, a third-party virtual machine application. It’s like having two computers running on the same machine—VMware Fusion allows you to run the Windows Operating...

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Overcoming Performance Problems On Your WooCommerce Store
Apr27

Overcoming Performance Problems On Your WooCommerce Store

eCommerce platform performance is strongly correlated to sales and revenue. As page-load times increase, sales decrease. As page-load times get quicker, sales increase. And it’s not just sales: many eCommerce performance indicators are correlated with performance, including average order size, time on site, search ranking, and customer loyalty. Customers who aren’t happy with an eCommerce store’s performance are less likely to buy...

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Using ShipWorks on a Mac with Parallels
Apr20

Using ShipWorks on a Mac with Parallels

ShipWorks is a Windows application built for a PC platform but even though it can’t run directly in the macOS doesn’t mean Mac users can’t use ShipWorks! By installing Windows on your Mac using Parallels, you can open Windows applications alongside macOS applications without needing to restart your computer. With Parallels you’re able to copy and paste text between Mac and Windows applications (you can also drag and drop objects),...

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