Delete Snapchat account

How to delete your Snapchat account

 

Snapchat’s recipe for success is that images and videos that have been sent are automatically deleted immediately after they have been viewed. However, many people will eventually want to delete their Snapchat account completely. There are several possible reasons for this – the...

 

YouTube alternatives: an overview of the best portals

The 10 best YouTube alternatives at a glance

 

YouTube has revolutionised the Internet: since it was founded, it has been inundated with video content and more than two billion users have been recorded. No other alternative has come close to this impressive number. But what are the other video portals are available and what...

 

Free e-mail providers

The best free email providers: a comparison

 

The quality and quantity of features offered by free email providers is forever improving. Ever increasing amounts of storage space, greater levels of security, and more modern user interfaces are all being made available free of charge. But the list of possible providers is long...

 

iCloud with a custom domain

How to use iCloud with a custom email domain

 

The new premium subscription iCloud+ gives users the opportunity to use Apple’s popular cloud service with additional features. Among other things, the paid membership allows you to link the iCloud with your personal domain to send emails in the usual Apple environment using a...

 

Deleting a Telegram account

Deleting a Telegram account

 

Deleting a Telegram account is almost as easy as making one. We explain why people are making the move away from Telegram, how to completely delete your account, and what happens after you’re done. You should be aware that you can’t recover a deleted telegram account. Keep...

 

Best Android cloud apps

The 9 best Android cloud apps – securing your smartphone data

 

As Android smartphone users will know, a complete backup of the operating system can only be created with the internal backup function that leaves a lot to be desired. The solution? Using a cloud storage solution like Google Drive. However, if you don’t feel comfortable handing...

 

Reasons to get your own email domain

Personal e-mail domains: professional communication on the web

 

A personal e-mail domain is a must in the commercial sphere. Conveying a professional image in your contact details will ensure that customers and businesses take you seriously. Find out about the advantages of having an individual mail domain and learn how to secure a personal...

 

Sustainable web design: Green web design explained

The Internet and the operation of data centres produce around 2.8 percent of global CO2 emissions per year. Sustainable web design can help reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions – and therefore the eco-balance of the Internet. What is sustainable web design, and how can you create an eco-friendly website? Let’s find out.

The best WordPress forum plug-ins in comparison

If you have a WordPress forum plug-in, you give users of your website the possibility to talk and exchange ideas. This strengthens both your community and the trust in your brand. There are several extensions to quickly and easily integrate a forum into your website. Here, we will show you the best WordPress forum plug-ins and compare their features.

Full backup – definition of a full backup

You may have previously experienced one of the following scenarios: your computer got wet, you dropped a hard drive, or your server was hacked. Now the damage is done. Disbelievingly, the expert you called asks: ‘Don’t you have a backup?’ Though creating a complete backup of all of your data can take a long time, it’s definitely worth it. We explain everything you need to know here.

Set up Google Alerts: How to get the best results

Google Alerts can help you stay up to date both in a private and a professional context without having to repeat a search to do so. We will explain how to set up Google Alerts and which search operators you can use to further improve your search results. This is the ideal way for you to use alerts to suit your purposes.

PHP vs. JavaScript: A comparison of the two scripting languages

The PHP vs. JavaScript duel has been around since way back in 1995. Which scripting language is better mainly depends on the respective project and its requirements. Here you can find out what the two rivals are all about, what they have in common and what their differences are, and whether PHP or JavaScript can win the race.

Differential backup – how it works

What is a differential backup? Explore a definition of differential backups, their features and advantages as part of our series on backup methods and strategies. With differential backups only the changes since the last full backup are stored. This saves time and storage space. We explain how differential backups work and when they should be used.

Xubuntu: the Linux distribution for maximum performance

Xubuntu is a community-developed derivative of the Ubuntu operating system. The distribution is suitable for users who appreciate speed, ease of use, and an elegant look, and want to get the most out of their laptops, desktops, or netbooks. In this article we take a look at Xubuntu’s advantages and system requirements.

Create a Last Oasis private server – system requirements and tutorial

In Last Oasis you travel through the desert in search of resources and challenges to escape the burning sun. When sharing in the fun with friends and acquaintances, a Last Oasis private server is recommended. Read on to explore the best hosting and installation tips and find out all you need to know to set up your Last Oasis dedicated server.

Lubuntu: fast and lean Linux distribution

Lubuntu is an ideal solution for upgrading older computers due to its low hardware and memory requirements. But the Linux distribution is also suitable for other purposes. In our article, we take a closer look at the Ubuntu derivative, who it’s suitable for, and what Lubuntu’s system requirements are. Read on for more.

What is LDAP: Definition and explanation

What is LDAP and how does it differ from Active Directory? The LDAP Protocol is a lightweight variant of the DAP (Directory Access Protocol). With LDAP, directories can be searched in large quantities for data, information, devices, and resources. The basic idea behind LDAP is to quickly browse or make changes to a server-wide distributed directory tree.


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