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How to clear history in Internet explorer

How to clear browsing history in Internet Explorer

There are several good reasons to clear your browsing history in Internet Explorer: Your browsing history can quickly take up a lot of room on your device, and you can free up space by deleting it. Clearing your history also prevents others from seeing what you’ve been doing on the web. In this article, you’ll learn how to clear your history in Internet Explorer so you can benefit from these...

Delete browser history

Clearing Your History in Chrome, Firefox, and Other Browsers

In the default setting, browsers compile a history of visited websites so that these can be loaded faster and easier in the future. Anyone who does not wish for other people to view their own web activities should regularly delete their history. We reveal how this works in popular clients such as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari, in our article.

Clear Google history

How to delete your Google account’s history

With Google history, the search machine provides a function that enables a personalized experience for users of the Google product range. In doing so, Google lists all the user account’s activity and displays these in a neatly-arranged history log. You can clear this Google history as necessary. We show you how this works.

BIOS Update

Updating the BIOS: How does it work?

Have you recently bought and installed a new processor, but your computer is still not working? You might have to update your BIOS or (U)EFI first. The software ensures that all the important components are available when booting the system. But it’s not as simple as upgrading to update the BIOS. What steps do you need to take to update the BIOS?

Display calendar week in Outlook

How to display calendar weeks in Outlook

Week numbering is deactivated in the Outlook calendar by default. Follow our illustrated, step-by-step instructions for how to display the calendar week in Outlook, and find out how to show week numbers in monthly view. This allows you to see at a glance which calendar week your appointments fall into.

Excel: LOOKUP Function

Excel: How to use the LOOKUP function

Do you have a huge table where you can no longer keep track of all the entries? In Excel, you can use LOOKUP to quickly find related values. For instance, the function can serve as a mini search engine within your spreadsheet. Enter a search term and Excel will seek out the associated value for you. Here, we’ll show you what the syntax of the function looks like.

How to change DNS server

How to change DNS server: Reconfiguring DNS entries

It can make sense to change DNS servers (typically that of the internet provider) for a number of reasons: One example is that it can enable faster access times on the World Wide Web. In this guide, you’ll find out why this is the case and how you can change DNS server on Windows 10, macOS, and other operating systems.

Learning HTML: a beginner’s tutorial

Learn HTML: the first steps with the standard web language

In times of content management systems and website construction kits, you might think it’s a waste of time learning HTML. But if a page doesn’t work for some reason or if you plan to install dynamic elements, you won’t be able to continue without having knowledge of this web language. In our detailed HTML tutorial, we introduce you to the basic features of the markup language, including numerous...

Excel: SUM Function

Excel: Calculate the Sum of a Group of Numbers

The Microsoft Excel program is a convenient and easy way to collect and archive data. In addition, mathematical formulas can be solved using the software. For example, you can use the Excel SUM function to add the values of specific cells or entire ranges of cells without having to use a calculator.

Excel: INDIRECT Function

Excel: The INDIRECT Function Explained

In Excel, we almost always work with cell references. Rather than entering values into formulas individually, we pull them from the cells of tables. The INDIRECT Excel function enables you to even obtain references from other cells. This can be helpful when working with multiple worksheets or when creating complex formulas, for example. We explain how to use INDIRECT in Excel.


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