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    Is this grammatical and acceptable ed for native English speakers

    I need to know my weak points not just proofreading that article to avoid them in the future.
    Thank in advance.



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    Re: Is this grammatical and acceptable ed for native English speakers

    Quote Originally Posted by seco View Post
    Hello,
    I'm writing technical articles on a website.
    I need to know your opinion as native speakers about my article. Is it grammatical and acceptable?


    Before I show you how to auto-start WampServer, Iíll talk about it a bit.
    WampServer is one of the best stacks for web development in on the Windows platform. I prefer it over to XAMPP xampp because of the handy tray menu that let's me the user access any configuration.
    You can download WampServer from this website www.abcd.eg.

    The problem


    Recently, Iíve tried installing WampServer on Windows 10, and it goes went well, but there was a little problem.
    When I tried to autostart make WampServer on load automatically with Windows 10 startup by putting the WampServer shortcut on in this path:
    C:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Wi ndows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup
    However, I found that WampServer does did not auto-start with Windows.

    I searched the web for a solution for that problem, and I found the following:

    The first solution suggested putting the WampServer shortcut on in the above-mentioned path, but as I've already explained, and as I told you that does not work. auto start wampserver.
    The second solution suggested enabling the WAMP Apache service and the WAMP mysqld wampmysqld services from in Windows. services.
    For that, you need to go to Control Panel, and type "services" on in the search box, text and hit click on it as shown below:
    [image here]
    You then select wampapache WAMP Apache and set the startup type to automatic and do the same for wampmysqld WAMP mysqld and hit click OK. Anytime When you reboot your machine, you will notice that both apache Apache and MySQL load up. work.
    [image here]

    So you might think that now you can auto-start WampServer and everything is good.
    Unfortunately, that solution does not show the WampServer tray menu on the bottom.

    Most of the wampserver WampServer users use it that tray because of the fast access it provides to everything from that tray menu, you can access including PHPMyAdmin, the www folder, PHP, Mysql and Apache configurations.

    So I discovered the solution, and Iíd like to share it with you.

    The Solution is to disable the UAC on Windows in order to make the program auto-start with Windows.

    If you go to Windows Control Panel and select User Account Control Settings and change it to never notify, that wonít work too. Do not panic Iíve got your back.

    The Solution

    The solution is a bit tricky but relatively super easy.
    Because what we have done to disable the UAC does not disable it completely, and in order to disable the UAC, you have to disable it from the registry.
    Just type regedit in the Windows menu search and go to that this node:
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    You will find a key named EnableLUA. Set its value to zero, and it will prompt you to restart the system.
    You can save the following text as a .reg file and run it as administrator and it will do the same job.
    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Curr entVersion\Policies\System]
    ďEnableLUAĒ=dword:00000000

    Keep in mind that disabling the UAC (User Access Control) is not a good idea, as you may harm the system, but I suppose that you know what you are doing and that you will be careful.
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    Re: Is this grammatical and acceptable ed for native English speakers

    Thank you very much.
    From what you've seen, what is my main weak point that I should take care of?
    Best Regards.

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    Re: Is this grammatical and acceptable ed for native English speakers

    I don't see major problems, but you might want to look at tenses, prepositions and capitalization.

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    Re: Is this grammatical and acceptable ed for native English speakers

    Sorry, do you know a useful link for prepositions and capitalization.

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    Re: Is this grammatical and acceptable ed for native English speakers

    Quote Originally Posted by seco View Post
    Sorry, do you know a useful link for prepositions and capitalization?
    You can start by taking a look at the links below.

    https://www.usingenglish.com/glossary/preposition.html

    https://www.usingenglish.com/teacher...ences-tpr-game

    http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/capitals.htm

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