Linux Live USB Creator

Installing Linux as a dual boot system is a bridge too far for many people. Linux Live USB Creator makes it much easier. The program guides you step by step to get a Linux Live distribution on a USB stick. By booting your computer from the USB stick, you can immediately start using the Linux operating system without compromising your Windows installation.

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Homeserver: Your own server for your home

Nowadays, having your own server in the home network is no longer an exception. It is ideal to have a central place in the network where you can put all your data and then it is especially useful for media such as music and movies. However, there is an option other than a NAS.Often a NAS is used for this, which is exactly what the name says: Nnetwork atagged storage; a place in the network to store your data.

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Track your journey with Polarsteps

If you are going to make a long journey or just want to document a city trip, the Polarsteps service is extremely useful. You can add photos and travel stories via the app, your friends and family can follow you and when you are back home, you make a beautiful photo book of your trip.Tip 01: Sign upDownload the Polarsteps app for Android or iOS from the respective app store.

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Installing and configuring Ubuntu on your PC

The added value of Windows as an operating system is no longer always self-evident and a Chromebook is in many cases a bit too restrictive. It will therefore come as no surprise that more and more people are looking at Linux. Can Linux be used at home, at school and at work? Of course! In this article, we'll show you how to get a computer that just does what you want with Ubuntu.

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10 tips before expanding working memory

A look at a computer store's website for RAM yields terms such as DDR, MHz, CAS Latency, SO-DIMM, and 204 pin. RAM is available for every type of computer, but how do you know exactly which memory is suitable for your system? You can read all about it in this article.Tip 1: MemoryWhen we talk about memory for a computer, smartphone or tablet, we usually mean the working memory of a system.

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Set up homegroup in Windows 10

Sharing files easily over a network is complex. You have to deal with permissions, network settings, control and it also has to be user-friendly. Microsoft has tried to realize all this in 'homegroup'. We are going to set up and use this feature in Windows 10.A homegroup makes it easy to share folders (and therefore files) with other computers.

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In 3 steps: This is how you protect a USB stick

USB sticks with extra security are more expensive than standard USB sticks. With Granite Portable you can turn any stick into a safe stick. The program creates a protected folder so that the data cannot be read by curious Aagjes: no password? No access!Step 1: Granite PortableWhen a USB stick is lost, the sweat of fear sometimes drips over the forehead.

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Tip: ExFAT - drive for Windows & Mac

Anyone who uses both a Windows PC and a Mac has probably run into the problem that an external hard drive is only readable under OS X or only accepts files that are no larger than 4 gigabytes. Such problems are caused by file systems, but fortunately with exFAT there is a file system that works fine on both Windows and OS X.

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Decision aid: the 10 best smartphones up to 400 euros

Do you want to spend between 300 and 400 euros on your new smartphone? For that money you get a good midrange model that you can use for years. Which is the best choice? That of course differs per person and that is why Computer!Total lists the 10 best smartphones up to 400 euros. Top 10 best smartphones up to 400 euros 1.

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Build your own server

Servers are mainly associated with business computing, but a server also offers advantages at home. If you want to get the most out of it, you can put together your home server exactly as you wish. If you have less stringent requirements, you can save money by reusing the hardware from a discarded PC.

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