Raspberry Pi projects

25 Raspberry Pi projects that show the possibilities of the mini computer

Raspberry Pi is an inexpensive micro-computer that can behave like a standard computer in many respects. The innovative mini device can be used for a wide range of tasks - from setting up an operating system to surfing the web, to using it as a server or a media center. Discover these interesting Raspberry Pi projects to try out at home.

Raspberry Pi Zero projects

10 Impressive Raspberry Pi Zero Projects

Thanks to its minimalist dimensions, the Raspberry Pi Zero is the ideal component for all craft projects looking to utilize every last inch of space. Having arrived on the market in 2015, the minicomputer has been used in numerous constructions across a range of functions. A brief introduction to the minicomputer and of the most interesting Raspberry Pi Zero applications and ideas can be found in...

Arduino projects: the best Uno and Nano projects

Arduino projects: the best microcontroller ideas

The compact Arduino microcontroller is an essential component for electronic hobbyists and has shaped the global maker movement. Here we introduce the best Arduino project ideas for beginners, instructive tutorials for advanced makers, incredible professional Arduino Nano projects, as well as Arduino Uno projects. For over a decade, technology enthusiasts around the world have been inspired by...

Linux vs Windows – the big server check

Linux vs. Windows: a comparison of the best web server solutions

The duel between Linux and Windows may have an obvious victor on the home computer front, but the battle for server use paints a very different picture: since the beginning, Linux has bested Windows, as usage figures show. But many users remain unconvinced by statistics and rightfully ask the question: what are the actual differences between the two platforms?

Remote desktop software

Remote desktop software: the best tools for Windows, Mac, and Linux

Remote desktop tools are useful for many different applications: colleagues can collaborate more easily, IT support can be offered remotely, and servers can be maintained without the need for peripheral devices. We’ll introduce you to remote desktop software that’s suitable for beginners and professionals, and that can be deployed for a wide range of operating systems.

Secondary DNS

Secondary DNS

The DNS is one of the cornerstones of the Internet. To ensure that the resolution of domain names into IP addresses works reliably, the information of a DNS zone is stored redundantly all over the world. But how does the mechanism by which changes are made to the redundant copies work? The answer is rooted in the difference between primary and secondary DNS.

Manage a Minecraft Server

Manage a Minecraft Server

After you get your Minecraft server up and running on a Cloud Server with Linux, there are many ongoing tasks to perform and changes you can make. Learn how to perform management and administrative tasks on a Minecraft server, including how to start and stop the Minecraft server, change the map seed, and use console commands.

DNS zone

DNS zone

Many Internet users have a basic idea of what the term “domain” refers to. After all, domains are abundant on the Internet via URLs. If you delve deeper into the subject, though, it quickly becomes confusing. “Name server,” “DNS zone,” “zone file”: What do these terms mean, and how are the concepts related? We’ll shed some light on the topic here.

DNS leak

DNS leak

Are you concerned about maintaining your privacy and use a VPN when surfing? Great – but this can make you uniquely vulnerable, too. We will show you the dangers posed by DNS leaks and explain how you can effectively protect yourself against them. In the process, we also look at DNS leak testers.


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