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How to clear history in Internet explorer

How to clear browsing history in Internet Explorer

There are several good reasons to clear your browsing history in Internet Explorer: Your browsing history can quickly take up a lot of room on your device, and you can free up space by deleting it. Clearing your history also prevents others from seeing what you’ve been doing on the web. In this article, you’ll learn how to clear your history in Internet Explorer so you can benefit from these...

Clear Google history

How to delete your Google account’s history

With Google history, the search machine provides a function that enables a personalised experience for users of the Google product range. In doing so, Google lists all the user account’s activity and displays these in a neatly-arranged history log. You can clear this Google history as necessary. We show you how this works.

Display calendar week in Outlook

How to display calendar weeks in Outlook

Week numbering is deactivated in the Outlook calendar by default. Follow our illustrated, step-by-step instructions for how to display the calendar week in Outlook, and find out how to show week numbers in monthly view. This allows you to see at a glance which calendar week your appointments fall into.

Excel COUNT function

How to use the Excel COUNT function

Analyses and calculations in Excel can be highly complex. Excel’s worksheets let you create huge tables, but sometimes you just want to answer a very simple question: How many cells in the table contain a number? In big worksheets, it can be virtually impossible to check the whole thing manually. The COUNT function in Excel was created specifically to solve this problem.

How to change DNS server

How to change DNS server: Reconfiguring DNS entries

It can make sense to change DNS servers (typically that of the internet provider) for a number of reasons: One example is that it can enable faster access times on the World Wide Web. In this guide, you’ll find out why this is the case and how you can change DNS server on Windows 10, macOS, and other operating systems.

Excel: INDIRECT Function

Excel: The INDIRECT Function Explained

In Excel, we almost always work with cell references. Rather than entering values into formulas individually, we pull them from the cells of tables. The INDIRECT Excel function enables you to even obtain references from other cells. This can be helpful when working with multiple worksheets or when creating complex formulas, for example. We explain how to use INDIRECT in Excel.

CPU Temperature

The CPU temperature: How high can it get and how can you monitor it?

The CPU temperature primarily depends on the processes that are running, though factors such as ambient temperature also play an important role. Since fluctuations are quite normal, only sustained overheating needs to be prevented. There are different tools with which you can display the CPU temperature in order to be sure that it stays within the normal range and that your computer operates...

How to Overclock CPU

How to overclock your CPU: fine-tuning for your processor

CPU-intensive programmes or games are an endurance test for the central processor of any computing device. Older models are quickly overloaded by processing power requirements. If you overclock your CPU, you can considerably increase the performance, eliminating the need for a new computer. We explain to you step-by-step what needs to be taken into account when you do this.

Progressive web apps | what advantages do they offer?

Progressive web apps: what do progressive apps promise to do?

The app market has already produced several new and progressive app formats; conventional native apps were followed by the development of web apps and hybrid apps. But then what is a progressive web app (PWA)? Fundamentally, they are based on the concept of a web app that then takes the form of an app. But PWAs manage to go one step further, promising users the optimised use of a mobile device’s...

SOAP - Simple Object Access Protocol

SOAP: The network protocol explained

Online banking, ecommerce, search engines: In order for a client to access a web service, all communication users must comply with a set of rules. With SOAP you are using a highly standardised solution recommended by the W3C. The network protocol stands for high security and solid performance. How does SOAP work with web services?


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