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The new TLDs (top-level domains)

What is a TLD (Top Level Domain)?

What should you do if your desired domain has already been taken? The range of available .com or .org domains has decreased over the years. Now there is a solution to this problem: new top-level domains! Instead of using complicated and unclear abbreviations, choose short and concise domains from the new TLDs. Local companies can especially profit from nTLDs.

Zoom fatigue

Zoom fatigue: how to avoid getting tired during video conferences

The number of people working from home has increased rapidly since the start of the coronavirus pandemic and so has, of course, the number of online meetings. Video conferencing is an indispensable tool in working remotely, but also comes with drawbacks. Video calls quickly exhaust participants, leading to what is now being called ‘Zoom fatigue’. Keep reading to find out what causes this and which...

What is a generic top-level domain (gTLD)?

gTLDs: what you should know about generic top-level domains

What do the first registered domains from 1985 have in common? They all end with generic top-level domains (gTLDs). Unlike TLDs, which are country-specific, gTLDs focus on international web addresses. There were originally less than 10 different gTLDs, but this number has risen to several hundred thanks to new generic top-level domains.

Outlook archive

Archiving Emails with Outlook – Here's How it Works

Old emails, past appointments, and completed tasks are automatically archived by Outlook after a preconfigured period. AutoArchive can be configured individually, if required. Outlook also provides the ability to manually archive selected folders. We’ll show you how to do it.

What is conversion rate optimization?

What is Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO)?

Successful SEO measures help land you a spot in the top ranking positions of the search engine results pages (SERPS) and increase the influx of visitors to your site. But what happens when only a few visitors are actually buying your products or subscribing to your newsletters? Despite good traffic, the web project still isn’t as successful as it could be. The practical and effective solution to...

What is a GUI

What is a graphical user interface (GUI)?

When designing new software, applications, and programs, the user interface plays an important role. After all, it ensures that a game or app is easy to use for end users. The GUI, therefore, provides an interface between technology and people. We explain how exactly this works and what advantages and disadvantages GUIs have.

What is a blog?

What is a blog?

We all know what they look like. Maybe you regularly read blogs on fashion, books, or cooking yourself. But what is a blog? And is it any different to a website? If you’re new to the world of blogging, fear not. This article contains everything you need to know – the types of blogs that exist, how a blog works, and how you can start a successful blog yourself.

FAT32

What is FAT32? A quick guide

What is FAT32? This cross-platform format has allowed data to be exchanged between different media (e.g. hard drives and USB sticks) and operating systems (Windows, Linux, and macOS) since 1996. But is the system still able to hold its own against other formats like NTFS or exFAT?

exFAT

What is exFAT? A quick guide

What is exFAT? The exFAT file system was specifically developed for flash storage media like USB sticks and SD cards. As a cross-platform format, it simplifies the exchange between Apple and PC devices via external SSD and HDD drives. The exFAT standard is an extension of the FAT32 file system.


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