Rotate screen

Rotate your screen – it’s easy!

There are different reasons for why you might want to rotate your computer screen. Some users rotate their screen to use it as an upright, vertical display. Others have done this by mistake. Luckily, Windows 7, 8, and 10 offer an easy fix for adjusting display settings. You might even be able to use shortcuts on your PC or laptop to rotate your screen.

Kubernetes Tutorial

Kubernetes Tutorial: First Steps

Kubernetes helps you manage containers – if you know how it works. But the first steps in particular can often be difficult. We explain the installation and most important features in our Kubernetes tutorial simply and concisely. Learn step by step how you can create a cluster and work with deployments.

Opening ZIP Files

Opening ZIP Files

ZIP is the standard container format for archive files. Even when sending lossless-compressed files, ZIP is usually the format of choice. Generally, anyone can open ZIP files. Suitable tools are offered by all common operating systems. However, special ZIP programs such as WinZip, WinRAR, and 7-Zip provide a greater range of functions.

Elasticsearch

Elasticsearch: the flexible search engine

If you work with large amounts of data, you’ll need a powerful search engine. Elasticsearch offers you a full-text search that you can configure so that it is perfectly tailored to your needs. But first you have to understand the principle behind it – what is Elasticsearch?. In this Elasticsearch tutorial we’ll explain the first steps in using the search engine, from installation to creating a...

Twitch Streaming: Tutorials for PC, PS4 and Xbox

Twitch stream tutorial: how do you stream on Twitch?

Twitch has become of the most popular streaming platforms worldwide in recent years. Gamers in particular, will get their money’s worth with the wide range of video game broadcasts. But what exactly are the requirements and challenges that need to be met or mastered when publishing and maintaining a stream on Twitch? Our Twitch Stream tutorial provides guides for PC, Xbox, and PlayStation users.

Set up ownCloud with Raspberry Pi

Creating a Raspberry Pi cloud server with owncloud

With ownCloud software, your Raspberry Pi can be used as a private cloud, performing the same kind of tasks as clouds from major providers such as Google, Amazon, and Dropbox. Cost-effectiveness is just one of many the benefits of creating your own personal cloud; another is the privacy and security of your data. This step-by-step Raspberry Pi cloud tutorial explains how to set up ownCloud.

Raspberry-Pi-NAS

Using Raspberry Pi as NAS (network-attached storage)

If you are looking for a central storage system for your own files, you will find the right solution in an NAS system (network attached storage). Since these pre-fabricated boxes are not cheap, using Raspberry Pi as an NAS server host is becoming more and more popular. Combined with USB hard disks or sticks that can be bought anywhere, the minicomputer becomes the perfect storage device for music,...

Provide Raspberry Pi with a static IP address

Equip Raspberry Pi with a static IP address

Both the private Raspberry Pi IP address and the public IP address of the internet connection are constantly changing for most users. Such dynamic IP addresses aren’t practical for the use of a minicomputer. But if you want to use server software effectively on your Raspberry Pi, you need a static IP address for the computer in the local network. The internet access used to make the server...

Clearing your RAM

Clearing your RAM: our step-by-step guide

Computers simplify our working life and everyday life in many ways. However, if they do not run as usual, they can become more of a hindrance than a help. The various possible causes of performance problems include excessive memory usage, which plays an important role in managing active processes. One possible solution is to clear the RAM, and thereby increase your RAM.

Flush DNS

Flush DNS: how to clear your DNS cache

Various operating systems, such as Windows or macOS, automatically save information about address resolution from systems and applications in the network in a DNS cache. For Linux there are also corresponding services, though they have to be installed by the user. The purpose of this practical cache is to speed up network traffic, which is particularly important on the internet. Why it’s useful to...


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