Hannah Williams
Hannah Williams is a 26-year-old freelance writer from the United Kingdom. When not working, you will usually find Hannah walking her dogs in the Welsh countryside, growing fruit and vegetables or documenting life with one of her many cameras.
Tutorials
  • Computer Skills
    How to Stay Safe and Secure OnlineIcon
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    The Internet has changed the way we live for the better and a wealth of information or a listening ear is never more than a click away. In this tutorial, I’ll show you some differences between a secure and unsecured website connection to help you stay safe when surfing the web.Read More…
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    How to Set Up and Use Emulators to Play Classic Games of YesteryearElite
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    I grew up playing video game classics like Chuckie Egg and Elite but as technology evolved, so did gaming. In this tutorial, I'll show you what an emulator is, how to install one and consider popular emulators that mimic home computers such as the BBC Microcomputer System, Commodore 64 and Sinclair ZX Spectrum.Read More…
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    Organize and Edit Your eBook Collection With CalibreCalibreicon
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    It's easy for your eBook library to get messy. Here's how you can use the cross-platform tool Calibre and its mirage of plugins to keep your books organized, formatted in the way you want, and supplemented with the other reading material you want.Read More…
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    Evernote for Beginners: The Basics of the Most Popular Notebook AppEvernote logo
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    Evernote's an amazingly powerful notebook app. But it can also be rather overwhelming at first. Here's everything you need to get started with Evernote and get your info saved into notes, organized with notebooks and tags. You'll even learn how to clip anything you find online into your notebook, and search like a pro.Read More…
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    Getting Started With Twitter for MacTwitter400
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    Signing up to a social networking service such as Twitter can be a confusing experience, especially when you do not quite understand what a tweet is, or indeed, what the service is for. In this tutorial, I will show you how to send a tweet, follow other users and search for information relevant to your interests in order to help you get a better understanding of what both Twitter and, more specifically, the Twitter for Mac application is capable of.Read More…
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    How to Create a Movie From Start to Finish With iMovieImovie400
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    Shooting and editing a movie is now easier than ever, and you no longer need expensive equipment and software to create a flick that the whole family can enjoy. In this tutorial, I will show you how to create and edit a short movie with iMovie and then share it with your friends and family via social media.Read More…
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    Firefox for BeginnersFirefoxicon400
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    Whether you are a new Mac user or simply wish to try a web browser other than Safari, Firefox will serve you well and is an excellent option for those wanting more flexibility and control. In this tutorial, I will show you how to configure Firefox, browse, bookmark and synchronise your favourite websites, manage your history and install a number of features that will enhance your browsing experience.Read More…
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    How to Import, Organise and Edit Your Image Collection With ApertureAperture400
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    There comes a point in every budding photographers life where iPhoto just doesn't cut it anymore. Sure, iPhoto is great for basic image editing and organising snapshot upon snapshot, but if you want more control over your images and wish to step your photography up a notch, then Aperture is the next logical step. In this tutorial, I will show you how to import, organise and edit your image collection with Aperture, and merge your entire iPhoto library in just a few clicks.Read More…
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    How to Create a Basic Keynote PresentationKeynote400
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    Slideshow presentations have come a long way since the grim days of the mid 90s and slide after slide of achingly dull PowerPoint presentations. Nowadays, if you have got something to say, you can now do so without boring your audience, thanks to Keynote. In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a basic Keynote presentation and export it to a different format so that it can be viewed cross-platform.Read More…
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    How to Import, Organise and Edit Your Way to Great Photos With iPhotoIphoto400
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    Most of us have a digital camera in some form, whether smartphone, compact or DSLR, but while it is easy to snap photograph after photograph, knowing how to maximise their potential is another matter entirely. In this tutorial, I will show you how to import, organize and edit images with iPhoto, an Apple-developed application dedicated to cataloguing your photograph collection.Read More…
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    How to Create a Basic Spreadsheet Using NumbersNumbers400
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    Numbers, along with the rest of iWork, has recently undergone a complete overhaul that boasts a brand new design, iCloud synchronisation and much more. Additionally, Apple is now giving away its productivity suite for free with every qualifying Mac, in addition to a free upgrade for all existing users, making iWork accessible to all. In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a basic spreadsheet using Numbers and format it to your specification.Read More…
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    Getting Started With iPhotoIphoto400
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    There are many different ways to organise images on a Mac, however, iPhoto undoubtedly has the edge due to the fact that it does all the hard work for you, leaving you with more time to create and capture new memories rather than tediously categorising the old ones. In this tutorial, I will show you how to import images to your iPhoto library, organise and edit each one, and then share your work with friends and family.Read More…