Linux commands: An overview of terminal commands

An overview of the most important Linux commands

Under Linux, all actions that you can carry out with the mouse and window system via the graphical user interface can also be performed using program calls in the terminal – provided you know the appropriate command and how to use it according to the correct syntax. To make working in the terminal easier, we provide you with an overview of basic Linux commands with detailed descriptions and...

Windows 10 split screen

Windows 10: split your screen with your mouse or shortcuts

When you use two or more programs at the same time, the back and forth between them can be tiresome and ineffective. Luckily, there’s a practical solution to this in Windows 10: split screen mode. With split screen, two windows can be presented in one half of the monitor (or four programs for a quarter of the monitor). We’ll show you how to split your screen in Windows 10 using your mouse or...

How to split your screen on Mac

Split a screen on Mac – here’s how

The function to split a screen on a Mac desktop or a MacBook provides a convenient way to view and work on two open applications simultaneously. In order to split a screen on Mac, you only need to follow a few simple steps. The opened applications can then be viewed next to one another.

Startup folder in Windows 10

How to change startup programs in Windows 10

Like all modern Microsoft operating systems, Windows 10 has a built-in feature that allows you to automatically run system programs, user-defined programs, service applications and processes. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how the startup folder works in Windows 10 and how to add or remove specific applications.

Windows shortcuts

The Windows shortcuts you should know

Windows shortcuts can help you save a lot of time when working on a computer. With a simple hand gesture, you can use shortcuts to perform recurring tasks. In this article, you will find a practical overview of the most important Windows keyboard shortcuts which will make your everyday life easier and working with Windows more convenient.

Format USB Stick on Mac

Formatting USB drives on Macs: How it works

For USB sticks to work as storage media, they need to have their own file system. Without this, it can be added manually by formatting the flash drive. Mac users have a tool available for this with the “Disk Utility” program. Read this tutorial article to find out what the individual steps are and which file systems are available to use.

What is a GUID partition table (GPT)?

GPT partitions: What is a GUID partition table?

In order to provide the best support for the rapid progress in hardware development, system software is also constantly being improved. Along with comfort, performance and security are crucial factors. One good example is the GUID Partition Table (GPT) partition style, which has already replaced the classic master boot record in many system architectures. We’ll show you why.

MBR vs GPT

MBR or GPT: a comparison

Partitions help you to manage disk space more efficiently. For example, by splitting up the available disk space into smaller sections, you can easily separate system files from application files and personal data. However, if you want to create a partition, you will have to decide whether to use MBR or GPT. So how does each of these partitioning styles work? And what’s the difference between...

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.

HTTPoxy: Behind the CGI vulnerability

HTTPoxy: Threatening the security of CGI applications

Fifteen years after the discovery of the security flaw HTTPoxy, it’s still an issue with CGI applications. The reason for this is the fact that the Common Gateway Interface standard provides the use of environment variables to process HTTP requests. These can include header contents that modify the original proxy configuration, allowing hackers to redirect data packets to a completely foreign...


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