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.

Windows 10 dark mode

Windows 10 dark mode: Enabling and disabling the dark theme

Windows 10 dark mode improves readability considerably in dark lighting conditions. The alternative mode protects the eyes and promotes concentration, while reducing the energy consumption of the display significantly. We show you three ways to enable the Windows 10 dark theme – in the system settings, via the registry, and using free software.

Showing hidden files on a Mac

Showing hidden files and folders on a Mac

How do you show hidden files and folders on your Mac? And why are folders and files hidden at all? In this how-to article, we’ll answer these questions and offer additional practical tips. For example, we’ll explain how to use Terminal commands to show files on a Mac and how to access hidden files using a file manager.

Mac: start in safe mode

Mac: safe mode – explanation and guide

If your Mac starts to struggle with simple tasks and is unable to launch programs as normal, this typically means there’s a serious problem with the operating system. Starting the Mac in safe mode can provide a quick solution for rectifying lots of minor issues and system errors. Read this article to find out how to boot your Mac in safe mode.

Creating Mac Backups

How to create a Mac backup

You can use the native software Time Machine to create a complete backup of your Mac computer in just a few steps. We’ll guide you through starting and running the backup process and show you other ways to back up data on Macs – from manual backups to cloud-based services.

Mac: recovering deleted files

Mac: recovering deleted files

Have you ever accidentally deleted important data from your Mac? In this how-to article, we’ll explain how to find those files and show you three quick and easy methods of recovering deleted files on your Mac. In most cases, even files that you thought were permanently deleted can still be recovered.

Find computer name

How to find the computer name on Windows and Mac – here’s how

Whether due to technical problems or because various computers in a network have the same name: sometimes you need to know how to find a computer name to simplify the assignment of a computer to a network. Finding your computer name is usually a simple and quick process. Find out where you need to look to locate your computer name when using Windows 7, 8, and 10, or Mac.

Docker on Raspberry Pi

Docker on Raspberry Pi: a how-to guide

Developers use Raspberry Pi for a variety of purposes. Among the areas its particularly useful for is working with container technology. Connecting Docker to Raspberry Pi comes with a number of advantages, since both are perfect for creating test environments. Keep reading to learn about the ins and outs of combining Raspberry Pi and Docker.


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