This is how you create a local account on Windows 10

Even if you've been working with Windows 10 for a while, you still don't know everything about the operating system. One of the options is, for example, creating locally with an account. Unfortunately, Windows does not explain how to do this exactly, so you can find everything about creating a local account on Windows 10 in this article.

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What is a homegroup and how does it work?

Machines with Windows 7 and 8 have the advantage that they can share files very easily. You can arrange this by creating a so-called homegroup. With this you can easily make images, music, videos, documents and printers visible on other computers in the home network.01 Create homegroupHomegroups are only available on systems with Windows 7 and 8.

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This is possible with Google Assistant, Siri, Cortana and Alexa

In this article we explain how the four most popular voice assistants (Google Assistant, Siri, Cortana and Alexa) work and we give three handy commands per assistant.Tip 01: HomeKitSiri is Apple's digital voice assistant that has been integrated into the iPhone since 2011. Later, the assistant also became available for the iPad, iPod and other Apple electronics such as the MacBook and HomePod speaker.

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DIY ip camera in 5 steps

An IP camera does not have to cost much. With a Raspberry Pi Zero W and camera module you can make a good and particularly compact camera relatively easily, and use it to set up an rtsp streaming server, for example. In this article, you'll learn how to do that, and then use the camera in Surveillance Station on a Synology or QNAP NAS.

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Will Linux be better for gaming than Windows?

Windows still reigns supreme on PCs in terms of market share, but the chairs are being cut: Chromebooks have been a cheap (and safe!) option for years. Also Valve, the company behind game platform Steam and games such as DOTA and Counter-Strike, is not sitting still. In the background, Valve is hard at work getting Linux ready for gaming.

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Realme 7 Pro – fine at this price point

It's no secret that the budget phone market is saturated. Still, interesting devices are sometimes released, with a good price-quality ratio. The Realme 7 Pro may be such a device. In any case, it has a number of nice features, such as an OLED screen.Realme 7 ProMSRP from € 299,-Colors BlueOS Android 10 (Real UI)Screen 6.4

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Photo Wall - Create Sparkling Photo Collages

Your own photo collage can be quite nice, for example as a background for your desktop, or for a poster or birthday card. You can compose such a collage with any photo editing tool, but a tool like Fotowall has a few functions that are specifically aimed at making such compositions.photo wallPrice For freeLanguage EnglishOS Windows 7/8/10; LinuxWebsite www.

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How to remove McAfee from your Android

Many Android devices come with McAfee security pre-installed. However, this protection is far from necessary and puts an unnecessary burden on your system. This is how you remove McAfee and other unnecessary security apps from your device!Since McAfee was acquired by Intel and started to bear the name Intel Security more and more prominently, a lot of money has become available for the software security company.

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Shut down Windows 8 at lightning speed with the keyboard

Now that Microsoft has brought back the Start button in Windows 8.1, shutting down Windows just got a little easier. Still, it remains cumbersome to navigate with your mouse to a menu to close Windows. It should be faster, and it can.Antique key combinationThere is a key combination that allows you to shut down Windows without any problems.

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Download well-known fonts

Major brands all have their own font. Think of Coca Cola, Twitter, Lego or Walt Disney. You can download them via the Dutch FlexFonts service so that you can use them yourself. Totally free.Flexfonts.nl collects a lot of well-known fonts: from big brands like Converse and Marlboro to movie titles like Mars Attacks and Knight Rider.

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