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Best web hosting providers

The Big Web Hosting Comparison Test: The 7 Best Web Hosting Providers

You have an idea and want to bring it to life online? Then you need a web hosting provider. But who offers the best web hosting services and what do you need to look out for when comparing web hosting providers? Cost is a big factor, but you should also ask yourself how much web space and how many domains you need? What about security and content management systems? Here’s our review of the UK’s...

Raspberry Pi projects

30 Raspberry Pi projects that show the possibilities of the mini computer

Raspberry Pi is an inexpensive micro-computer that can behave like a standard computer in many respects. The innovative mini device can be used for a wide range of tasks - from setting up an operating system to surfing the web, to using it as a server or a media centre. Discover 30 interesting Raspberry Pi projects to try out at home.

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...

What is a brontobyte?

Brontobyte: The data quantity of the future

The brontobyte - officially this quantity of data doesn’t even exist. In short, the brontobyte is big data - 1 brontobyte is equivalent to 10bytes. Such a huge quantity of data is near incomprehensible and probably won’t become relevant for our daily lives for a very long time. But for tech giants, it’s only a matter of time until we reach the era of the brontobyte. Keep reading to find out what...

What is a nibble?

Nibble meaning – what is it?

While the term ‘nibble’ is still largely unknown, units of information such as gigabyte and megabyte are used frequently. But what amount of data do these terms actually describe? To answer this question, we must understand the meaning of smaller units such as bits, bytes, and the nibble. Find out more about these units of information and how their conversion works.

What is a kilobyte?

Kilobyte – the unit of information explained

What is bigger: a KB or a MB? And how large is a kilobyte really? That’s a question most digital media users will have asked at some point. Sending files as email attachments, for example, requires an understanding of the kilobyte. But how is this information unit structured and how do you convert it to other units?

What is a megabyte?

Megabyte – an explanation of the unit of digital information

What’s larger – a MB or a KB? And what is 1 GB in MB? You may have asked yourself these questions before. MB is the abbreviation for megabyte, a common IT storage unit. It tells you the size of a file or how much space it takes up on a data carrier. But what makes up a megabyte and how does it relate to other units of measurement?

What is a gigabyte?

Gigabyte – an explanation of the data storage unit

Gigabyte (GB for short) is a unit of storage capacity encountered frequently when working with digital technologies. It is used to indicate the storage capacity of hardware, the size of a file, or the data volume available for mobile surfing on a chosen network. But how many megabytes are in a gigabyte and what is the difference between a gigabyte and a gibibyte?

What is a terabyte?

What is a terabyte?

When you purchase a hard drive, you’ll likely come across the term terabyte which refers to the data quantity common storage media can back up. But the designation raises the question of ‘how large is a terabyte anyway’? Find out more about this unit of information, about the difference between terabytes and terabits, and how it can be converted into other units.

Hyperthreading

What is hyperthreading?

Multitasking is not only a valuable skill in everyday life. Processors that handle multiple tasks at the same time also significantly improve computer performance. That’s why Intel invented hyperthreading. Hyperthreading technology ensures that a physical processor splits into two virtual cores and performs more than one task simultaneously. Let’s take a closer look at the advantages of a hyper...


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