How to take a screenshot on Windows

Create a screenshot on Windows: How it works

With screenshots, you can show your colleagues and friends with just a few clicks what you’ve just seen on your screen. This can be an important part of your daily workload as well as something you use in your free time. But how do you actually create a screenshot? On Windows, the necessary resources are already built in. We explain to you how to use them correctly.

0x80004005 error

0x80004005: The Best Ways to Solve the Windows Error

The big problem with many Windows error messages is that users hardly ever understand them. For instance, messages with the code “0x80004005” indicate an “unspecified” error. Since these kinds of errors can occur in all sorts of scenarios, we present a range of solution strategies that can prove helpful.

How to take a screenshot on a Mac

Screenshots for Mac – here’s how it’s done

Screenshots can be extremely helpful and beneficial. Regardless of whether you are sending them to friends or using them professionally, it is always going to be easier to demonstrate it this way than having to describe it. Making iMac or MacBook screenshots is very easy – as long as you know how it all works. Here we show you all the keyboard shortcuts for making screenshots on a Mac, as well as...

Docker tutorial: Installation and first steps

Docker tutorial: Installation and operation of the container platform

The open source container platform Docker is quite exciting to the open source community. As an alternative to hardware virtualizsation based on virtual machines, Docker has made the use of software containers acceptable outside of the Linux universe. In our tutorial for beginners, we break down the Docker trend from the ground up. With these clear, step-by-step instructions, learn how to install...

Apache Kafka tutorial

Kafka tutorial: getting started with Apache Kafka

The Scala-based streaming and messaging software Apache Kafka is one of the most popular solutions for efficiently storing and processing large data streams. In this Kafka tutorial, you will learn the requirements for using this open source software and how best to install and set up Apache Kafka.

Virtualisation

Virtualisation: an overview

In this article we will give a definition of virtualisation, and look at in which cases virtualisation technology can be used. Furthermore, we will also look at the forms of virtualisation which everyone should be familiar with, with a specific focus on corporate environments.

Windows won’t boot

Windows 7, 8, 10 will no longer start – causes and solutions

Every Windows user knows: No matter which version you use, the popular Microsoft operating system has its bad days. Sometimes these are so serious that the worst possible outcome happens: Windows won't boot anymore. You might think there’s nothing you can do, but don't panic: Boot problems and bluescreens can be solved quickly in most cases.

Create a ZIP file

Create a ZIP File: compress your files

Send multiple images and videos via email, archive large amounts of data without using too much space, or encrypt confidential documents - you can do all of this by zipping files. We show you how to create a compressed ZIP file in Windows as well as macOS in our step-by-step guide. We also show you how to protect your files with a password if needed. This way, you can manage your storage space...

How to make your Raspberry Pi into a DNS server

Your own DNS server with Raspberry Pi: How to

Without the domain name system, surfing on the internet would be much more difficult, as we would have to memorise a lot of IP addresses. With the help of DNS servers, we can instead use a memorable domain name to access our favorite website. Find out how you can set up your own DNS server and learn more about the basics of the World Wide Web. All you need is the minicomputer Raspberry Pi and an...

Hosts File

What is the hosts file and how do you edit it?

The hosts file used to resolve website names so that certain IP addresses could be accessed. The method was largely replaced by the DNS (domain name system). However, the hosts file is still indispensable for local networks. In addition, certain rules can be set for websites e.g. to block them. We show you where you can find and edit the hosts file in your operating system.


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