The most important tips for getting started with WordPress 4.0.0 and 4.1.0 on a desktop

By Chris O’BrienThe biggest news in web hosting is happening: WordPress 4 is now available to download from the WordPress site.

The site is currently hosted on Google’s own hosting platform, but it’s a great upgrade for developers, those who have used WordPress on the desktop for a while, and anyone who uses the site for hosting content.

The WordPress 4 beta for desktop was announced earlier this month, and it’s expected to be available later this year.

The beta includes a new user interface, a new theme, a lot of bug fixes, and a number of other improvements.

Here’s a breakdown of what’s new in the beta:The user interface is a nice departure from WordPress 4’s desktop-only interface.

The default WordPress settings menu is now split into tabs, and the new tab layout gives you more room to work.

You can also swipe left and right to jump to the next tab, and clicking on a tab brings you back to the previous page.

You’ll also be able to drag and drop files and folders to create a new page.

The new layout also allows you to add multiple tabs, as well as move between pages.

In addition to the new settings menu, the default WordPress theme has also been updated.

The WordPress 4 team has also created a new plugin, called WidgetTuts, that helps developers better manage WordPress widgets.

It adds the ability to create new pages in the WordPress sidebar, as opposed to the default sidebar, which is just a list of your site’s pages.

WidgetTut also adds an extra option to customize your sidebar, called the theme sidebar, that allows you customize the sidebar’s color, font size, and background image.

The plugin also includes an option to add custom widgets to your sidebar.

The plugin is available for $2.99, and you can find it at the WordPress website.