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  1. Hi Rick, I am not aware of a way of doing this without physically saving each HTML file and all components of the website to your hard drive. There may be another way, but that's the only method that I know of.
  2. Most sites are back up. If you are still experiencing issues please open a support ticket via https://support.totalchoicehosting.com Thanks.
  3. Matra is now back up and running
  4. We are making great progress on repairing all issues caused by the lightening strike. Thanks again for your patience.
  5. You are on the server 'unni'.
  6. Tina what is your domain name?
  7. We have our data center team and technicians working on this as we speak. This is our #1 priority and we are working diligently on restoring all services. We apologize for the inconvenience but assure you that we are doing what we can! Thanks for your patience and understanding.
  8. Very interesting. Looking forward to trying out this new technology in my home!
  9. A new, faster version of Wi-Fi was officially rubber-stamped Wednesday. The latest Wi-Fi technology, called "802.11ac," offers speeds of up to 1.3 Gigabits per second. That's fast enough to transfer an entire high-definition movie to a tablet in under 4 minutes, share photo albums with friends in a matter of seconds or stream three HD videos at the same time. It's more than double the top speed of the previous standard, known as 802.11n. Those speeds are theoretical maximums -- very few people have anything close to 1 Gigabit speeds from their home broadband connection. Average speeds are less than 1% of that. But the faster speeds mean the new Wi-Fi standard will offer a much bigger pipeline for all those videos, songs and games that a growing number of people are streaming on multiple devices simultaneously. The Wi-Fi Alliance, a global organization that ensures the interoperability of Wi-Fi technologies, began certifying so-called "ac" devices Wednesday. It kicked off the certification program by signing off on 19 routers, access points, microchips and smartphones. The shortlist of certified devices includes the Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and routers from Cisco and Netgear. Read full article here: http://money.cnn.com/2013/06/19/technology/mobile/wifi-speeds/index.html?hpt=hp_t2
  10. Sorry to hear you're having issues. Your best bet is to have our technicians take a look at it. Please create a support ticket at our help desk via https://support.totalchoicehosting.com . Thanks,
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