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  • The question of how much wealth is needed to live on can be broken down into two factors, which are very individual for each person, and a basic formula in which the two factors are used. The basic assumption in each case is that the assets should not be depleted, but that the income from the assets should cover the required amount.

  • Apple’s MacBooks and Microsoft’s Surface devices impress with very good hardware and are both excellent work devices even years after a purchase. While Apple takes its devices out of support after about eight to ten years and no longer distributes the latest version of MacOS, it is currently always possible to install the latest Windows update on the Surface devices, but the devices might reach performance limits under Windows.

  • There are many reasons why accessing an Android smartphone via SSH makes sense. For example, to use an older device that would otherwise have been discarded as a home server or as a control center for a NAS. To access an Android smartphone via SSH, the following way has proven successful.

  • In this article, I introduce you to the calculation procedures for capital-weighted stock market indices. As an example, Deutsche Börse’s leading index is the Deutsche Aktien Index (DAX®). The intended audience of the article are all readers who are interested in stock market and finance issues and who want to understand the basis on which the charts are created, which today can be consumed at any time via television, stock market magazines or the Internet.

  • Linux supports a wide range of hardware and hardware features. Some of these features are not enabled by default, depending on the distribution. A common example is the activation of touch functionality on laptops. In the example, the Debian derivative Raspbian was installed on an older eeePc 1000h. The hardware was well supported, but Tap to Click was not enabled not on the touchpad.