Tutorials

Edit PDF Files

How do you edit a PDF document?

Intended as read-only, editing a PDF file isn’t always completely straightforward. If you don’t have the original file, you need a program to help you edit. Free or paid, online or offline: the internet offers a variety of alternatives. Although not all editors function in the same way. Here’s an introductory overview of the various applications out there and how to use them.

Split PDF

Splitting PDFs Made Easy– Free Tools for Splitting PDFs

The PDF format is ideal for sending documents. In some cases, however, only selected pages are relevant. In this case, splitting the PDF is the optimal solution. With easy-to-operate free tools, this works quite easily and quickly. With our step-by-step introduction, separating a PDF becomes even easier.

Linux shutdown command

Linux shutdown: commands for shutting down and restarting Linux

Using Linux shutdown commands, Linux operating systems can easily be stopped, shut down, and restarted. In addition to being able to set up a Linux shutdown with a time delay, the shutdown command can also be used to turn off the system’s main power supply, set up a wall message or cancel a previously initiated shutdown.

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...

How do I install Ubuntu from a USB drive?

Ubuntu USB drive: booting and installing Ubuntu from a USB drive

You cannot install Ubuntu without a removable storage device. Since most new laptops and notebooks don’t have a CD/DVD drive, Linux fans have to install Ubuntu from a USB stick. To do this, you first need to create an Ubuntu USB stick. Continue reading for a step-by-step guide.

Thunderbird out of office

Setting up out-of-office in Thunderbird – here’s how

Configuring an out-of-office message in Mozilla’s Thunderbird informs others that you will not receive or read emails for a certain period of time. It may not always be best to use Thunderbird, but instead send an out-of-office mail using your email provider – we’ll show you how both work.

Gmail archive

Using the Gmail archive

When your Gmail inbox is full, it’s helpful to archive your emails. The Gmail archive helps you clean up your inbox without having to delete messages. Unlike other email providers, Gmail doesn’t have a dedicated archive folder. In this article, we’ll explain how to find archived emails in Gmail and how to archive them in the first place.

Google Chrome: Dark mode

Google Chrome: Dark mode available from Version 74 onwards

Google Chrome’s dark mode, also known as Chrome night mode, is available from Version 74 of the browser onwards and can be enabled on all devices. You can use Chrome dark mode on all computers running Windows or macOS operating systems, as well as on smartphones running iOS or Android. It can be enabled manually or automatically.

Learn to code: an intro on how to get the basics down

Learning how to code: the basics

Welcome to the digital age: every day the average American spends hours looking at smartphone screens and PC monitors. But most still lack even a basic understanding on how the programs affecting their everyday life work. If you think you may fit into this demographic, don’t worry: thanks to online courses, videos tutorials, and supportive internet communities, it’s never been easier to learn...

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.


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