Tutorials

Raspberry Pi Alexa

Raspberry Pi: Alexa tutorial

If you own an Amazon smart speaker like the Amazon Echo, you’re probably quite familiar with Alexa. The speech software, which gives the interactive speakers a voice and reacts to the user's voice commands, can also be integrated into your own devices. With some preparation and an Amazon Developer account, for example, you can turn Raspberry Pi into an Alexa speaker.

Delete WhatsApp Account

How to Delete WhatsApp: An Easy Guide

Today, WhatsApp is the most popular messenger service in the world. Around 1.5 billion people already use the application worldwide. Despite the steady stream of new users, existing WhatsApp accounts are also sometimes deleted by their owners. This can be for a variety of reasons. Above all, concerns about data privacy play a major role. We show you how to delete your WhatsApp account in our...

How to clear history in Chrome

How to clear your history in Chrome

It’s only logical: The more browsing history you save, the more space it will take up on your device. Is it time to delete your Chrome history? If you're trying to free up space, clearing the list of web pages you've visited is a good place to start. We also recommend clearing this cache on a regular basis for security reasons. In this tutorial, we'll explain how to clear your Chrome history....

Restore tabs in Chrome

How to restore the previous session in Chrome

Trying to restore your tabs in Chrome? Accidentally closed your Chrome browser or individual tabs and simply can’t find those pages again? As a Google Chrome user, you can prevent this from happening, thanks to a built-in feature that lets you restore your most recently closed tabs. How do you restore tabs in Chrome, and does it make a difference if you want to restore individual or multiple tabs?...

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...

How to check Debian version

How to check Debian version: the quick and easy way

Knowing which Debian version you have not only helps you to choose the right install package for a program – you also need it to get appropriate support in forums. There are several different methods to check your Debian version. In this step-by-step guide, we’ll explain how to check your version using Terminal and Hardinfo.

Check Ubuntu version

How to check your Ubuntu version: a guide

Knowing which Ubuntu version you’re running is helpful for different things. You can use this information to check whether programs are compatible with your system. Or you can include the version number in troubleshooting searches. It’s thus of crucial importance to know how to check your Ubuntu version. Keep reading to find out how to do so in a few simple clicks.

Word Hyphenation

Activate and adjust hyphenation in Word

Hyphenation in Word is a handy tool often used to create a more legible document. This feature avoids excessive line breaks and large spaces that sometimes occur in Word documents. We’ll show you how to activate and customise automatic hyphenation in Word.

Word: Create a Table in Word

Word table: Creating a table in Microsoft Word

In Word, tables prove useful in the most diverse situations, and you have several options for creating them. You can either use the table templates provided by the Microsoft tool, or you can design your own. This enables you to improve your reports, invoices or the performance of household tasks. Even data from Excel can be integrated as a table into a Word file.


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