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How-To Hardly any other AI topic invites more experiments than image generators. However, they are not only available on the web, but also for your own (powerful) PC. We show what's needed for this. Tip You have a table on paper but need the data listed in Excel? There's a simple trick for importing. How-To Your router is a popular target for hackers. But if you know how such an attack works, you can take protective measures beforehand to make it impossible for hackers to take over your Wi-Fi network, router, and home network.
How-To Chrome and Edge are not the only browsers for your computer. How-To The UEFI BIOS for motherboards have long been considered enthusiast territory only, but it's easy to tweak to improve your PC. Updated Reserve a website name before someone else beats you to it. Here's how to do that using a domain name registrar service. How-To These clever AI tools can have a big impact by using elaborate models to tackle demanding tasks. The nine programs presented here have something in common besides AI: they are freely available. How-To All you need is the right software to quickly fix common Microsoft Windows headaches. Here are 50 ultra-handy tools. How-To Experience at the PC protects you from many problems. But some seemingly proven tech knowledge is no longer valid: So what's true, and what's myth? How-To An in-depth guide to setting up SyncThing for free, cross-platform file sync. Tip Microsoft has published a preview of the open source Dev Home app for Windows PCs. It's aimed at developers — but also contains some widgets that are interesting for home users. Tip If you come across a table on the web or in another source that you want to import into Excel, there's an import feature that does the work for you. How-To Google has rolled out new ad integrity tools. Here's how to access them. How-To Although data backup is a rather annoying task, it's nevertheless necessary. We present tools that make backups particularly convenient and secure. How-To Trialss help you try out all the features before buying software. With a few tricks, you can even extend the test period. Tip When using older PCs, working with Windows can be slow and tedious. Google's Chrome OS operating system is an alternative here. How-To DocFetcher searches your files and creates a full-text search index from them. This way it quickly finds all documents that contain a searched word. With our tips, you can get more out of the tool and outperform the Windows full-text search by a long way. Tip The online service TinyWow offers features from very different areas, makes each immediately findable, and carries out the respective one-click task immediately and without installation. How-To Dramatic UI changes can be hard to adjust to. If Chrome’s new method for tracking downloads is throwing you off, here’s how to switch back.
Tip This newly launched set of controls helps you further avoid targeted ads—and is separate from your Google account settings.