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How To: Easily enter a destination on the Garmin Nuvi 750

Garmin is a popular and trusted brand of GPS devices. In this video, learn how to enter destinations and perform other basic tasks with a Garmin Nuvi 750. This video shows you the Nuvi 750 but all of the instructions should also work with other Garmin models. GPS is fantastic for traveling to new destinations, getting out of a lost situation and finding unknown places faster.

How To: Use the navigation system on a 2010 Toyota 4Runner

The Toyota 4Runner has a DVD based navigation system which features a touch screen display and is quite user-friendly. The system can provide voice guidance in English, French and Spanish. One can find an input destination quickly and easily using either voice commands or manually. You can even store your home address as well as five of your favorite destinations by clicking the map button on the right hand side of the panel. This system will help one reach their destination as quick as possi...

How To: Unzip compressed files

learnaniche shows you how to unzip compressed .zip files using his own example. You'll need an unzipping program for this; usually, WinZip is standard. If you don't have it or if it's expired, you can search "WinZip" on a search engine and click "WinZip - Download Evaluation Page" or CNET's download page. If you're on CNET, just click "Download Now" to download it quickly. Save it to a destination and then open it from there to install it. When you click on the link to download the file, your...

How To: Batch resize photo in Photoshop

Are your high resolution photos taking too much space on your hard drive? Tired of getting file too large error when emailing photos? Don't worry Photoshop Samurai will help you batch resize your photos as fast as a ninja! You will need: Photoshop (Not Elements version), photos that need to be resized Go to file, then scripts and select image processor. Select the source folder (where your pictures are stored on your computer). Then select a destination location (where you would like the proc...

How To: Extract zip archive files with Winrar

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to extract zip archives files with the WinRaR program. Begin by double-clicking on the zipped file to open it. Users are able to explore the content in the archive, similar to navigating through a windows folder. To extract it, click on Extract To. Now select the save destination and click OK to start the extraction. When the file is finished extracting, find the extraction destination to access the content of the zipped file. This video will benefit ...

How To: Rip a DVD movie with Handbrake

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to rip a DVD with the program, Handbrake. Begin by opening the video in the program by clicking on Source and locating the DVD drive. Handbrake will start scanning the all the titles of the DVD. When finished, it will automatically select the correct title for the movie. Under Destination, click on Browse to select your saving destination. You are also able to change the name of the file. Now select the video format and aspect ratio. When finished, cl...

How To: Create Packets from Scratch with Scapy for Scanning & DoSing

By using almost any packet-crafting tool, a hacker can perform denial-of-service (DoS) attacks. With the power to create just about any packet with any characteristics, a hacker can easily find one that will take down a host or network. Nmap and Hping are effective packet manipulation tools, but there's also Scapy, which is almost infinitely customizable.

How To: Play high definition MKV Videos files on your PS3

StuffWorks shows viewers how to play high definition MKV videos on their PS3! First, visit www.mkv2vob.com and visit the forums. Under announcements click on the heading 'New Releases and Downloads. Click on the thread that reads "Download MKV2VOB here". Click on the download link, save the file to your computer, download and click run to install the program. When downloaded, open the program. Under output type, click which output type you would like, select the language as English, and the t...

How To: Make a moving gif from Myspace using GifNinja

The first thing you have to do make a movie is to click on Start and go to windows Movie Maker. And then click on Import media to edit the video which you want. And then drag the selected video to Time line at the bottom. If you want to make your movie for less than a five seconds or so click on the Trim and drag it to your left hand side. When your done with that click on file menu and click on publish movie. You can name your file and can also choose the destination you want and then click ...

How To: Prevent road rage

The road can sometimes resemble a battle field. Tailgaters, horn-honkers, and jerks who cut you off are enough to drive any driver batty. Here's how to keep your cool behind the wheel and stay calm during moments in which you'd like to explode.

How To: Fly stand-by

Need to leave town earlier or later than planned? Flying stand-by is not as simple as it used to be. Learn how to fly stand by - you never know when it may be necessary.

How To: Prepare Your Phone for a Trip Abroad with These Tips

So you're finally ready to head out on that big trip you've been planning for months, huh? It's an exciting time, but there are plenty of things you'll need to prepare before you head out. For instance, it's hard to imagine life without a smartphone these days, and with useful traveling apps like Google Translate and maps, you'll almost have to make sure that you have a working smartphone when you arrive at your destination.

How To: Unzip a file with Microsoft Windows XP

This video from scrapwow shows how to unzip a file in Microsoft Windows XP.Firstly, open Windows Explorer application and navigate the file you want to unzip. Once you've located the file, double click on it. A new window will open. Here you will have Extract all files option which you can choose from menu to the left.Clicking the button allows you to extract a single file or a zipped folder, containing a number of files. In this case Extraction Wizard will open, leading you through the extra...

How To: Export LinkedIn contacts to an address book

In this Computers & Programming video tutorial you are going to learn how to export LinkedIn contacts to an address book. LinkedIn is great for keeping your contacts in your professional network. To export your contacts go to home page and click on ‘contacts’. Now your full network of contacts will be displayed. On the right hand bottom, click on ‘export contacts’. On the next page select where you want to export the contacts, type in the security code and hit ‘export’ and all the contacts wi...

How To: Mix a Mai Tai

As important as what goes into a Mai Tai is what doesn't — notably, Mai Tai mix, flavored rum, grenadine and/or crushed ice. To make a proper Mai Tai, use 3/4 of an ounce of fresh lime juice, 1/4 of an ounce of rock candy syrup, a 1/4 of an ounce of orgeat, 1/2 an ounce of orange curacao and 2 ounces of a premium aged rum.

How To: Get the best price on international airfare

Flying is complicated enough, especially when you are flying overseas. In this tutorial, Rick Seaney gives you tips on how to find the cheapest flights to popular international destinations. Rick also goes over how to save on luggage and other hidden airport upcharges. So, before you take your next big trip, check out this tutorial and get some insider information on how to avoid hefty costs and enjoy your holiday.

How To: Pronounce Korean vocab while riding a bus

Remember when you were a kid, and you were always fascinated with buses? Every kid is fascinated with those big wheels, and spacious aisles. In this Korean language tutorial video, relive those memories as we go out for a picnic in Korea with Keith and Seol! And of course we'll be taking the bus in Korea. This instructional Korean language video shows you how to pronounce bus related vocabulary words. This video provides another great way to learn Korean, and continues with the Picture/Video ...

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