Imagine you starting your computer one day to open a website—but it just won’t work. There is no network connection. Drivers? Cable? Internet provider? Might be the culprits, but here’s another possibility to check.
Yes, I am testing it, the Apple Watch. But there’s no browser, and also no official Watch apps for Twitter, Instagram nor WhatsApp. So, how can you Tweet, stare at kitten pics and videos, or spam your friends from your wrist?
Find out how to embed full-fledged Microsoft Excel spreadsheets right into your stylish Word doc, with just a few clicks.
With the start of this year’s Apple developer conference #WWDC19, Apple introduced the new version of the Mac operating system. What’s new, what has changed? We have already taken a closer look.
With the Unix curl command, you can perform basically every web request that might come to your mind. But what can you do if you started a download in the size of a 3-storey wedding cake, and it cancelled at 87%? curl has got you covered.
From now, you’ll once again find helpful computer tips and insights here. In times of “tl;dr” (too long, didn’t read), you’ll find both targeted, short step-by-step tutorials and longer rants, if you do happen to have some time to read.
Three years ago, I wrote about new instant messaging networks for Windows Live. Back then, this was only meant to be an April Fool’s joke. Yet, what we have right now is just what I had foretold… What’s next?
140 characters—that seems to be quite a limit for publishing a story. Yet, Twitter has changed how people communicate. Twitter Stories is a fine example for just that.
Normally you would access the properties of a file or folder by right-clicking it, then selecting Properties from the appearing context menu. Did you know that you can open these properties without using your mouse?
The social network Google+ will soon allow people to use pseudonyms. Until now, Google has enforced Google+ users to enter their real names.