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  1. Recently a client buy a VPS at 1&1 and I moved the Worpress site from old shared hosting (Bluehost) to new VPS. The site is extremely slow and I don't know how to fix this meaning where to attack, if I should optimize something in Apache, if I should install some plugin to avoid this or something else so I need some advice. Some data around that WP: Database hold around 35k posts I have disable W3C Total Cache plugin since I think is miss configured and can slow down the site I have not using any image compressor like thimbthumb (this was installed in first but due to s
  2. I'm running Photoshop CS6 64-bit on my Windows 7 desktop computer. It has 16gigs of ram, quad core intel i-7 4.1ghz chip, and gforce 680 GTX video card. When trying to open a 300mb .psd file it takes my computer ~5-10 minutes and then if I drag anything on the screen it's very choppy and slow. What can I do to improve the performance? I don't have a SSD yet, I'm wondering if that will improve the performance in photoshop?
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