Python is a relatively easy language to get started in where there’s plenty of room for the beginner to find their programming feet. However, as with any other programming language, it can be easy to make common mistakes that’ll stop your code from running.
With our help you can check on your battery health, connect to Bluetooth peripherals, send and receive files using AirDrop, check which model of iPhone you have, use more of its great features such as 3D Touch and the sleep saving Night Shift mode.
Trying to include definitions for every programming language would require many more pages than we have here. However, we have created a list of some of the most common terms you will encounter as you get started on your coding journey.
Being in control of security on your computer is important but almost as important is being able to control your privacy settings. Microsoft recently launched a web-based privacy dashboard tool and this has now become available to everyone in the Creators update.
Even if you have been using Chrome for a while, there are probably dozens of tricks that you never even knew were possible. Here are a few tips and tricks to get you started.
With the right choice of subject, a good well-exposed monochrome image can become a work of art. Almost all digital cameras include a black and white mode, and as you’d probably expect Photoshop offers multiple methods for converting colour images into stylish black and white.
A guide to installing a virtual environment for Linux. Oracle’s VirtualBox is one of the easiest virtual machine platforms for the beginner to experiment on. Within it you can install Linux, without ever having to alter your main computer’s set up.
Learning the rules of photo composition can improve the results of any photographer. The difference between a good shot of your favourite view or subject and a truly awesome one is simply down to how you compose the shot and the elements within it.
It’s easy to switch the Do Not Disturb feature on and off from the main Settings screen or the Control Centre but there’s more to it than meets the eye. Here’s a guide to its advanced features.
Extending your notebook’s battery life. Modern Mac notebooks have a very good battery life. Indeed, they should last all day on a single charge. Even so, there comes a time when you’re running low on power and need to keep your MacBook going