If you have the need to monitor your house remotely, the Ring camera is a good option. Here we show you how to set up your Ring camera.
Have you ever dragged a file to your Trash, only to receive an error? Here are all the ways to delete files from a Mac that won’t delete.
Do you find yourself performing the same tasks over and over again? Learn how to use automator to automate the repetitive tasks in macOS.
Sometimes your external monitor may refuse to work no matter what you do. Learn how to fix the external display not working issue in macOS.
Do you have an old smartphone that’s just lying around the house? Learn how you can turn your old smartphone into a security camera.
Never forget your anniversary again! Find out how to sync calendars with your Amazon Alexa account and get notified of important events.
If you are facing the issue of Steam games not launching, here are all the major fixes, workarounds and techniques that have been proven to get them running again.
Don’t fancy manually adding every single one of your contacts to your iPhone? Try these two quick and easy ways to transfer contacts from Android to iPhone.
Is your login screen starting to look cluttered? Here are a few ways to hide user accounts on your macOS login screen and customize the login screen.
With the release of the Raspberry Pi Imager tool, it is now very easy to install Ubuntu on Raspberry Pi. This tutorial shows you how.
It is easy to set up your own IRC server, and you can get it up and running in 30 minutes. Follow the steps here to turn your Raspberry Pi into an IRC server.
Is your Mac refusing to recognise your Bluetooth mouse? Here are some methods to fix the Bluetooth connection problems in macOS.
Do you want to know whether the receipent open your email? Learn how you can enable read receipts in Gmail, even for your personal Gmail account.
Find out how to type €, £, ¢, ¥ and more using easy keyboard shortcuts and how to access a range of additional symbols using the macOS Character Viewer.
Do you remember the original SimCity games? How about Golden Axe or Wolfenstein? Learn how you can install DOSBox on Raspberry Pi to play old DOS games.
Are you worried about online privacy? Protect your privacy by turning your Raspberry Pi into a simple Tor proxy server for your home network.
Do you have a device that doesn’t have Wi-Fi access? This shows how to turn your Raspberry Pi into a Wi-Fi bridge to share the Internet with your device.
One of the things you can do on your Mac is to customize the file, folder and hard drive icons with custom icons. Here’s how to do it.
Are you looking to provide a Wi-Fi access point for your business? Here you’ll learn how to turn Raspberry Pi into a captive portal Wi-Fi access point.
If you’re using SSH to access your Pi, you may want to enhance its security with 2FA. Learn here how to set up two-factor authentication on Raspberry Pi.
Turn your Raspberry Pi into a music server where you can wirelessly stream any track from any device on your network or Spotify’s catalogue.
Learn how to turn your Raspberry Pi into an ad-blocker. You can then block ads across your devices that are connected to your network.
Every Android smartphone or tablet has physical hardware buttons. Learn how you can remap these Android buttons to be something more useful.
Here we’ll show you how to turn a Raspberry Pi into your own personal web server so you can create, host and maintain a website directly on your Pi.
Do you want to create your own Wi-Fi hotspot? Learn how to turn your Raspberry Pi into a wireless access point so you can share your network with others.
To access your router and make changes to the network, you’ll need to know its IP address. Here’s how to find your router’s IP address on all platforms.
If you’re craving a retro gaming session and have a Raspberry Pi, you can install RetroPie on your Raspberry Pi to build your very own vintage gaming rig.
The Witcher game is available for Windows, PlayStation, and Xbox, but Linux users were left out in the cold. Here’s how you can play the Witcher 3 on Linux.
Do you prefer the “full” version of Minecraft on your Raspberry Pi? Here we’ll show you how to install Minecraft: Java Edition on Raspberry Pi 4.
Unhappy with Google’s Android File Transfer app? OpenMTP can take the pain out of transferring files between Android and macOS.
Don’t want to invest in Google’s Chromecast? Find out how to set up your Raspberry Pi to act as an inexpensive Chromecast-style streaming device.
Learn how to stream your entire Spotify library to any compatible audio equipment, including standalone speakers and soundbars, using your Raspberry Pi.
Want to turn your Raspberry Pi into a home media center and stream content to any TV? Find out how to install Kodi and Netflix on your Raspberry Pi!
Learn how to get Cayenne running on your Raspberry Pi, register all of your sensors, actuators, and devices, and create a simple temperature-based trigger.
Building your own Minecraft server doesn’t have to be expensive or complex! Find out how to set up a standalone Minecraft server on your Raspberry Pi.
Apple has never created a build of Safari on Linux, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use it. Here is how you can install Safari on Linux.
Learn how you can get touchscreen support and access to a huge variety of Android apps by installing Android 9 on Raspberry Pi 4.
Want to enjoy the latest Steam games on the biggest screen in your house? Find out how to stream Steam games with Steam Link on your Raspberry Pi 4.
Retailing at $40, Raspberry Pi already gives you plenty of bang for your buck, but you can get even more out of this single-board computer by overclocking.
If you’re going to transmit large amounts of data to the cloud, you can improve performance and response times by using your Raspberry Pi as an edge gateway.