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This document will guide you through installing Python 3.5 and Django on Windows. It also provides instructions for installing virtualenv and virtualenvwrapper, which make it easier to work on Python projects. This is meant as a beginner’s guide for users working on Django projects and does not reflect how Django should be installed when developing patches for Django itself. The steps in this guide have been tested with Windows 7, 8, and 10. In other versions, the steps would be similar. You will need to be familiar with using the Windows command prompt.

This article will help you set up your new OnHub and explain some of the exciting things you can do with it. So, you’ve taken the plunge. You’ve decided that the Google OnHub is going to make your digital life better. You’ve bought the device (or are about to) and you’re ready to get started. What happens next? The good news is that, unlike routers you may have grappled with before, setting up the Google OnHub really is a breeze. In fact, you should be up and running in less than five minutes. Let’s check out the unique way of getting your Google OnHub up and running.

This article will guide you on how to reset your router to factory defaults and change the router’s password. There is a difference between resetting a router and rebooting a router. When you reboot your router that means you cycle the power to it. Resetting your router involves changing it back to its factory settings.Perhaps you have forgotten the password to your router and now you want to reset the password. First you need to reset the router back to its factory settings then you can use the default password to access your router.  Here you will learn how to resetting your router and changing the router admin password and / or how to resetting the Linksys router to factory defaults.

The Raspberry Pi can do a lot of things, but maybe you didn’t know that you can use it to stream your favourite games from your PC. Sometimes it’s just not convenient to play the latest PC games on your clunky, noisy PC. It’s either tucked in the corner of the bedroom or under the stairs, right where it’s bound to disturb other people from the moment you press Start to play.Never fear, though, because it’s possible to play your favourite triple-A PC games from the comfort of any TV in the house using nothing more than a suitable graphics card, a Raspberry Pi and this guide…