If you don’t know about a keyboard shortcut, you can end up feeling pretty silly when you accidentally hit one. Something crazy is likely to happen, from the keyboard beeping to your display rotating.
In this week’s Really Useful Podcast, Ben Stegner joins Christian Cawley to discuss accidental keyboard shortcuts. He also has a selection of interesting YouTube channels covering product unboxing, video game music, cookery, and chill out music and video.
We take a look at the latest news, covering Twitter’s upgraded camera features and the new Windows 10 feature of rolling back a buggy update. And Christian Cawley reveals the results of the week he spend using a Raspberry Pi as his primary computer…
Really Useful Podcast Season 2 Episode 7 Shownotes
This week, we talked about:
- Twitter updates camera feature
- Windows 10 will automatically rollback buggy updates
- Is Kodi legal?
- What happened when Christian used a Raspberry Pi as a PC for a week?
- YouTube channels:
- Christian’s first YouTube upload
Hosts for S2E7 of the Really Useful Podcast are Christian Cawley and Ben Stegner, who you will find on Twitter as:
Know anyone who would benefit from having tech topics broken down into simplified language? Share our podcast with them, or suggest they to subscribe.
Enjoy the show? Subscribe to the Really Useful Podcast on:
Catch the tech podcast for technophobes again next week!