Software makes the things we do day-to-day easier, we’ll show you what is out there to improve your digital life.

How to set up Alexa on the Raspberry Pi

The Amazon Echo is a small and useful device to have around the home, but if you’re not sure if you really need one and have a Raspberry Pi lay around – you can make your own!

How to set-up Steam Link on the Raspberry Pi

Game streaming with the Raspberry Pi is nothing new, I’ve covered the topic in the past. Recently Valve, the creators of Steam, have released their Steam Link software for the Raspberry Pi opening the ability to stream games to the…

How to Clone your Windows Hard Drive to an SSD

Buying an SSD is a great way to speed up a computer that is using a traditional mechanical hard drive. Luckily you don’t have to start over from scratch when you buy one, it’s easy and simple to copy all…

How to access Office 365 Email on the iOS Mail App

Adding your Office 365 email to your iOS device is useful if you’re a student or you need your work email on your phone as you will be able to make sure that you don’t miss out on important emails…

How to Scan Documents using your Phone

If you’re looking to cut down on paper and start digitizing your documents, you don’t have to go out and buy a scanner. You most likely already have a device that can do it all for you, your smartphone.

How to get macOS “Quick Look” on Windows

When I’ve used a Mac, one of the handiest features I’ve found is Quick Look, a feature of macOS that allows you to view files such as photos, videos. PDFs and folder information without the need to open the file itself.