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How To: Automatically Clear Browser Cache in Internet Explorer

In this video, we learn how to automatically clear browser cache in Internet Explorer. This will help your internet run faster and it will also help protect your computer from your personal information being store. First, open up Internet Explorer, then click on the tools drop down menu and go to internet options. From here, go to temporary internet files and click on the button that says "automatically", then adjust the disk space to use to what you prefer. After you have changed the setting...

How To: Stop Videos & Live Photos from Auto-Playing in the Photos App on iOS 13

By default, videos in the Photos app auto-play in several instances on iOS 13, making it a great way to get a quick, extended glimpse when you're browsing. But this isn't always ideal — especially when you're flipping through private or embarrassing videos and other eyes are on your screen. Fortunately, Apple has an easy way to disable this feature.

How To: Rig a quadruped with the Auto Rig Tool in Houdini

This five part Houdini 9 video series covers an entire rigging workflow using the H9 Quadruped Auto Rig shelf tool. Take an in-depth look at setting up joint controls, creating proxy geometry, generating animation and deformation rigs, and painting weights. The concepts presented in this tutorial series will apply equally as well to a Biped Auto Rig set up.

How To: Browse the Internet at work

Learn how to browse the Internet at work and get away with it. Load Excel (Any version will do). Click on the Data tab. Click 'Import External Data'. Click 'New Web Query'. Once the window has loaded, click through the prompts, selecting Yes. When the window has loaded completely, go to your favorite website in any browser you want. For this example, Twitter is used. Go to the RSS Feed and copy the link that appears at the top. Paste the link into Excel and click the Import button. Accept any...

How To: Auto-tune your vocals in Audacity for free

T-Pain, Cher, heck, most of the new artists these days use auto-tune, some over use it. With technology it isn't so much of a question of, "do we need to do it?" and more of "why aren't we doing it!?" Well, if you're looking for an easy way to add auto-tune to your vocal tracks, or your voice in recordings, and are looking to spend the fantastic price of FREE then check out this video! You will learn what programs you will need to download (Audacity, Audacity VST, ect.) and then how to set yo...

How To: Install Auto-tune in your Audacity audio program

Audacity is a very effective program when it comes to audio and top of that it is free. Download Audacity from its home page, get the newest version because only that one will work with what we need to do. Install it when done with the downloading. Now the first step to installing auto-tune is getting the Audacity VST enabler, you need to need place this right or it will not work, it needs to go into the plug-ins folder in the Audacity installation folder. Now you need to get auto-tune evo fr...

How To: Use the AutoPlay feature in Windows 7

In this video the instructor shows how to use the Auto play feature in Windows 7. Auto play is an old feature which was also available in Windows XP and Windows Vista. When you insert any removable media into your computer like a CD, DVD or a USB thumb drive, Windows automatically pops up a Auto Play window where it gives you various options that can be performed on the recently inserted media. This feature is very helpful and helps you open your media very conveniently. The Auto play window ...

How To: Prep for auto racing with proper seat belt security

There are two ways to properly lock your seat belt. You can use the childlock auto adhjustment. Or you can recline the seat, but then push forward to make your seat belt very tight. You don't want to be flopping around in the car. The bottom of your wrist is on top of the steering wheel and your shoulder is in the seat. It will loosen up when you get on the track.

How To: Add auto page numbering in indesign CS3 & CS4

This video is a simple guide about adding automatic page numbering to your document in Adobe's InDesign. It can be a tricky task, but there's no need to fear, this how-to will get you up and numbering in no time. Whether you're making your own document or presentation, or you're working for a huge client and it's got to be right - learn how to set up auto pagination and rest easy, knowing your 1 precedes your 2 and your three then comes next.

How To: Use the auto adjustment commands in Adobe Photoshop CS5

Looking for a guide on how to get the most out of the auto commands in Adobe Photoshop CS5? Whether you're new to Adobe's popular raster graphics editor or a seasoned designer looking to better acquaint yourself with the new features and functions of the latest iteration of the application, you're sure to benefit from this free software tutorial. For more information, watch this video guide.

How To: Use Levels and Curves commands to adjust luminance in Adobe Photoshop CS5

In this clip, you'll learn how to use the Auto Levels and Auto Curves commands to correct the luminance of an image on a channel-by-channel basis in Adobe Photoshop CS5. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular raster graphics editor or a seasoned designer looking to better acquaint yourself with the new features and functions of the latest iteration of the application, you're sure to benefit from this free software tutorial. For more information, watch this video guide.

How To: Turn off Auto-Correction on the Apple iPhone 3G

The iPhone is great for a lot of reasons, but one fault it may have is the keyboard and the ability to type. It's hard enough to actually type emails and notes on the small keyboard, but when auto-correction thinks it knows more about what you're writing than you do, it could become frustrating. So how do you stop Auto-Correct? Best Buy has answers. The Best Buy Mobile team explains how simple it is to turn off Auto-Correction on the Apple iPhone 3G.

How To: Use caret browsing

This video tutorial is in the Computers & Programming category where you will learn how to use caret browsing. Caret browsing is a method of selecting text on any web page. You can activate caret browsing by pressing the f7 button on your computer. It is available in Internet Explorer and Firefox browsers. Normally, for selecting text on a web page, you highlight the text by clicking and dragging the cursor and then you can copy and paste it in to a text editor. While doing this, if there are...

How To: Use the Firefox 3.5+ private browsing feature

In this ClearTechInfo video the instructor shows how to use the Firefox 3.5+ private browsing feature. To use this feature you need a Firefox version 3.5 or more. Now to start a private browsing session go to tools and click on Private Browsing button. This will trigger a new private browsing session that will now store any browser history, search history or any temporary internet files for that session. But this will still allow you to download and keep files and also add bookmarks. This vid...

How To: Use MIDI and Auto-Tune in conjunction with Pro Tools

Targeting Notes and Creating Harmonies Using MIDI -- Jeff Dykhouse shows us how to use MIDI to tell Auto-Tune which notes to tune. In addition, you can use this technique to create harmonies. Antares Auto-Tune is the fastest, easiest, and highest quality tool for pitch correction. Use this in conjunction with DigiDesign's Pro Tools for awesome sounds.

How To: Make a simple auto clicker in MS Visual Basic 2008

This video tutorial belongs to the software category which is going to show you how to make a simple auto clicker in MS Visual Basic 2008. First download the MS Visual Basic 2008 express edition and the text file, install it and open it up. Go to file > new project. Here you select 'windows forms application', name it 'auto clicker' and click OK. Then on the right hand side, click on 'show icon' and on the left hand side, click on 'button' and add two buttons to the auto clicker form. Then se...

How To: Make Google Chrome open in Incognito Mode by default

Did you know that Google Chrome has a feature called Incognito Mode that allows you to browse the web without having your history recorded or any cookies downloaded? It's perfect for shared computers, but by default you have to turn it on every time you open the browser. Watch this video to learn how to make Google Chrome default to Incognito Mode, removing one step between you and anonymous browsing.

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