Linux Cat command

Linux Cat command: meaning and usage

If you know your way around the command line, chances are you’re familiar with the Linux Cat command. Linux Cat is used to take a quick look at configuration files or forward the contents of a file to another command. But what’s the deal with the command’s cuddly name? Read on to find out more about Linux Cat.

change keyboard language windows 11

Change keyboard language in Windows 11: here’s how

QWERTZ, QWERTY or AZERTY? Keyboard layouts, i.e. the arrangement of the letters on a keyboard, tend to vary from one country to another (or from one language to the next). Special characters also differ depending on the keyboard and/or layout chosen. We’ll show you how to change your keyboard language in Windows 11 so you’re always using the layout of your choice.

Windows 11 startup

Set up startup folder in Windows 11: here’s how

Launching programs automatically during a system startup is a useful feature that can save you lots of time having to reopen applications or documents you tend to use regularly. But how do you add or remove applications for startup in Windows 11? In this article, we summarize the basics of Windows 11 startup and how you can set up a folder.

Windows 11 screenshot

Take a Windows 11 screenshot – here’s how

There are plenty of good reasons why you may want to take a screenshot in Windows 11. Perhaps you want to document an error message to share with IT or maybe you need to capture a moment in a program that doesn’t offer a corresponding function. Our guide shows you how to take a screenshot in Windows 11 using key combinations or the Snipping Tool.

Set up your own Raspberry Pi mail server

Raspberry Pi mail server: using Raspberry Pi to manage e-mails

Why use e-mail servers from commercial e-mails service providers when you can just set up your own? You can create a private server easily and affordably with a small computer known as Raspberry Pi. Having your own e-mail server, however, requires a certain amount of work and also has its disadvantages. You can find out more about how to set up your personal Raspberry Pi mail server in this...

Pathping

Using pathping to identify data transfer problems

Pathping records and analyzes the path traveled by data packets and generates useful statistics about network performance. This diagnostic tool also records data packet loss. Once data has been collected using pathping, the network can then be optimized in a targeted manner. Here you will learn about this powerful CMD command and its options.

Install fonts on a Mac

Install fonts on a Mac

Getting bored by always using the same old fonts on your Mac? Want to install a new font? Luckily, Apple makes it easy to add Mac fonts. It takes just a few simple steps. Learn how to install fonts on your Mac manually or using Font Book, preview all fonts, and uninstall fonts.

Force quitting on a Mac

How to force quit on a Mac

Force quit applications on a Mac. Frozen applications caused by RAM overload or a program error can bring your entire workflow to a standstill. If the application does not respond at all, your only option is usually to force quit the program. Find out how to quit frozen applications on your Mac quickly.

How to create a new folder on mac

How to create a new folder on your Mac: step by step

Organize your documents, pictures, and other digital files on your Mac using different folders. This gives you a better overview and saves time. If you don’t know how to make a new folder on MacOS rest assured, it’s really easy. We show you three ways to create folders and add and delete files on your iMac or MacBook.

Mac: Recovery Mode

How to use the Mac recovery mode

From system upgrades to repairing a broken hard drive – Mac recovery mode is useful in many situations. Learn how to boot your Mac in recovery mode, what utilities are available to you, and what keyboard shortcuts you need to reinstall or reset your system.


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