Windows

Bibliography in Word

How to create a bibliography in Word

Anyone writing a paper for college or school will need to use citations—and they shouldn’t forget the bibliography either. In principle, creating a bibliography in Microsoft Word is not too difficult. If you make a database with all your references, you’ll only need a few clicks to generate references and a bibliography.

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.

DNS server not responding – what’s next?

DNS server unavailable? Here’s what to do

‘DNS server not responding’ is a typical error response on Windows. Its presence indicates that some sort of problem is occurring with your internet connection. This phenomenon can be the result of many different causes. In addition to network problems, routers, Windows Firewall, and the web browser are also taken into account when troubleshooting.

Continuous Ping

Continuous ping in Windows, Linux, and MacOS

The ping command line program is among the basic tools for network diagnostics on all relevant systems. In Linux and MacOS, ping is already run in the default configuration as a continuous ping. In Windows, the program must first be activated with the appropriate parameters for continuous tests. We’ll show you what to take into consideration when you do this.

Ping Command

How to use the ping command in Windows

The ping command line program is available to you on all current operating systems. Using a step-by-by step tutorial, we’ll show you how you can activate ping in Windows via the command prompt and how to employ the tool for network diagnostics to verify the connection between two computers.

Setting up server backups with rsync

Server Backups with rsync

Server backups are the best way to save vital data from your online projects and avoid losing data. A sophisticated backup strategy including all terminal devices is essential, especially in server environments. To do so, you need reliable backup programs. In addition to software solutions and online services, which are often very expensive, free applications like rsync offer an alternative.

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?

Windows 10: creating a backup

Windows 10 backup: how the data backup works

In Windows 10, making a backup is the most secure way to protect your data in the event of a system crash or hardware issue. The Windows 10 backup allows you to save all your programs, private data, and system settings as an exact system image. If your computer or laptop gets damaged, the Windows 10 backup can easily be transferred to another device.

Windows 8: creating backups

How to back up Windows 8 computers: tutorial

A broken PC can be hugely frustrating for many reasons. In some situations, you may even need to replace the hardware, risking the loss of your vacation photos, documents, or important data. Creating a backup of your files can help prevent this situation. Windows 8 ships with its own tools for this purpose. We’ll provide a detailed overview of how Windows 8 backups work.


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