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How To: Install a locked sprocket plate on a chainsaw

If you own a chainsaw and need to perform some routine maintenance work, this video should help. In the tutorial, you'll be finding out how to install a locked sprocket plate on a chainsaw. When trying to replace certain parts, things can get a bit tricky and what may have been easy to take off, will be much more difficult to put back on. So check out the tutorial above, pay attention, be safe, and good luck!

How To: Replace the actuators and springs on a Dyson DC05

If you're having a hard time with turning your machine on and off, you may have a problem with the actuator and spring. In this tutorial for the Dyson DC05, you'll find out how to replace the actuators and springs to your vacuum cleaner. It doesn't take much to replace, just a few parts and pieces. So good luck, pay attention, and enjoy!

How To: Dance the quick step

Like the foxtrot, the quick step follows a rythm that starts off slow then picks it up or a 2/4 or 4/4 time beat. It comes from the Charleston and actually got its name due to a quick step taken in the middle of the dance. See if you got what it takes to do the quick step with this helpful tutorial from dance instructor Nina Ortega.

How To: Look after and grow plants in your home

If you think that it's difficult to grow beautiful plants inside your home, you'll be happy to know that you are wrong. Growing plants inside a home can be an easy task and requires some hard work, but it pays off in the end. So check out this tutorial on how to look after and grow plants inside your home today. Enjoy!

How To: Replace a trimmer line

Trimmers, or as some people call them weed-whackers, need one important piece for it to work properly: the trimming line, of course. This helps cut off pieces of unwanted grass or weeds with just one single swipe and is easy to replace. In this tutorial, you'll find out how to replace trimmer line in three different devices easily. So sit back, pay attention, and good luck!

How To: Turn off sticky keys on a PC

In this how-to video, you will learn how to turn off sticky keys in Windows XP. You will need a computer running Windows XP in order to perform this. First, go to the start menu and click control panel. Go to the accessibility icon and click it. A new window will open. From here, uncheck the option for sticky keys. You can make any further changes in this window. Once you are done, click okay on all the windows to save the new setting. Now you will not have sticky keys when using your compute...

How To: Pull the Smack that Card magic trick

Magic tricks are a good way to amaze your friends. This magic tutorial covers the Smack that Card magic trick. Pay close attention to learn the sleight of hand. Magic takes practice, don't expect to be an expert magician right off the bat. Whether you are simply interested in impressing people at a party, or you want to be a bonafide magician, this magic tutorial is a good place to start.

How To: Perform an easy cool card trick

Magic tricks are a good way to amaze your friends. This magic tutorial covers an easy, cool card trick. Pay close attention to learn the sleight of hand. Magic takes practice, don't expect to be an expert magician right off the bat. Whether you are simply interested in impressing people at a party, or you want to be a bonafide magician, this magic tutorial is a good place to start.

How To: Pull the advanced 3 card monte trick & throw

Magic tricks are a good way to amaze your advanced three card monte (trick and throw). Pay close attention to learn the sleight of hand. Magic takes practice, don't expect to be an expert magician right off the bat. Whether you are simply interested in impressing people at a party, or you want to be a bonafide magician, this magic tutorial is a good place to start.

How To: Pull the amazing math magic trick

Magic tricks are a good way to amaze your friends. This magic tutorial covers the amazing math magic trick. Pay close attention to learn the sleight of hand. Magic takes practice, don't expect to be an expert magician right off the bat. Whether you are simply interested in impressing people at a party, or you want to be a bonafide magician, this magic tutorial is a good place to start.

How To: Throw a Harlem rent party to raise money

Originating in Harlem in the 1920s, a rent party is a fun way to stave off eviction. You will need a place to party, food and drink, musical entertainment, paying guests, party flyers, a hat to collect donations, and lots of beer. Fact: The going rate for a Harlem rent party admission was usually 25 cents, plus extra for the homemade concessions sold in the kitchen or hallway.

How To: Prank the mouse click buttons

This is actually a really easy and fun prank to pull off. What it does is simply switch the right click on your mouse, to the left click, and switch the left click, to the right click. Confused yet? Follow these simple instructions to test it out yourself, and enjoy your victims reactions when they get this prank pulled on them, trust me, it's funny!

How To: Calculate & compare interest rates in Microsoft Excel

Whether you're interested in learning Microsoft Excel from the bottom up or just looking to pick up a few tips and tricks, you've come to the right place. In this tutorial from everyone's favorite digital spreadsheet guru, ExcelIsFun, the 48th installment in his "Highline Excel Class" series of free video Excel lessons, you'll learn how to use the RATE, EFFECT, NOMINAL and NPER Excel functions to solve the following problems:

How To: Revamp a junk shop dress

In this tutorial, we learn how to revamp a junk shop dress. First, you will need to measure out how short you want the dress to be while still wearing it. After this, take the dress off and pin it where you want to sew it. Cut off excess fabric, then sew the hem of the dress where you want it to be. Next, place the dress back on and pair it with some cute leggings. You can buy a cheap dress and make it look nice without having to pay a lot. Pair this will some cute accessories and you will ha...

How To: Deal with a traffic ticket & not raise your insurance

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to deal with a traffic ticket. When you pay for a ticket, don't just ignore it because there is always a hidden cost to a speeding ticket. Speeding tickets may cause insurance rates to go up. To avoid the insurance penalty, users should either go to court or traffic school. Going to traffic school to take the ticket off of your driving record. Another method is to cut a deal with the prosecutor. The key is to keep the points off your record and not al...

How To: Remove car window tint

Depending on what state you are in will have different laws on the amount of tint that is legal to have on your car window. If your tint is too dark for the state you are in there is a way that is not too difficult for you to remove the tint yourself. You will have to heat up the car but having it in the sun and running it with the heat and defrost on until the window is hot. Then you will simply have to catch the edge of the tint with a new razor blade and start to peal. It should come off i...

How To: Turn dates off in Blogger blog posts

Sometimes when making a blog post you'll want to post it without any date whatsoever. To do this is easy, and this short how-to from How to Mac, makes it easy as pie. This is a tutorial on how to turn off dates on your blogger blog posts. If you want to change the blog post dating system click on the formatting tab and change the first setting. To completely turn the dates off make sure you de select both the first and third option in the edit blog post window.

How To: Use the Filter Keys feature in Windows 7

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to use the Filter Key features on a Windows 7 computer. Begin by opening Control Panel and select Ease of Access. Under the Ease of Access Center, click on Change how your keyboard works and click on Set up Filter Keys, at the bottom of the window. Now check the box beside Turn on Filter Keys. Users are provided with several options for he Filter Keys such as: turn off the Filter key wen Shift is held or 8 seconds, display a warning message when turni...

How To: Create a sound on/off button in Flash

Tasktutorial teaches you how to create a sound on/off button using Flash. Name the first layer Actionscript. Go to frame 1, then window - actions. Add stop(); Go to frame 2, then window - actions. Add stopallsounds(); Create a new layer and select the text tool. Write off on. Change the color to black. Select the text and hit CTRL + B to break apart the letters. Select off, hit F8 and select convert to button. Name it off. Do the same for on, but name it on. Double click to open the off butto...

How To: Cheat on a test with help from your iPod

Watch this video to learn how to cheat on a test with help from your iPod. Ask a trusted friend for their notes/answers the night before. Then at your computer, just type up their notes/answers, or the important parts, and then save it in your computer as "How to make Grandma's Secret Fudge Brownies.txt" . Now plug your iPod into your computer and click Start- My Computer- (someone's iPod- Notes. Now you will need a separate window. Click Start- My Computer. Now find "How to make Grandma's Se...

How To: Set up your Gmail account in Mozilla Thunderbird

In this video from MegaByteTV we learn how to set up a Gmail account in Mozilla Thunderbird. First go to your browser and download Thunderbird from the Internet. Once downloaded, go to the Thunderbird application. Go to New and Account. Click on Gmail and enter your name and email address. Click Next and check off download messages now and click Finish. Your messages should now appear there. The first time you do this, all of your messages will look new but you can change that. If you'd like ...

How To: Create an amortization table in Microsoft Excel

New to Microsoft Excel? Looking for a tip? How about a tip so mind-blowingly useful as to qualify as a magic trick? You're in luck. In this MS Excel tutorial from ExcelIsFun, the 515th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to create an amortization table that will update when you pay extra principal so that loan is paid off early. See also how to make changes to a template, get into trouble, then trouble shoot your way out of it so that you can fix ...

How To: Hack a Vending Machine in 3 Easy Steps

How to get a vending machine to pay you for its goodies, instead of you paying for them. First off, find a older vending machine, and insert your dollar bill as you normally would. Once you have entered it, you can select which ever item you want. Then quickly, before the item dispenses, hold up on the gate to prevent the item from falling. When it falls, it should rest on the back of the gate you're holding up—don't let go yet. After a long wait, the vending machine will think nothing dispen...

How To: Disable pop-up blocker in Internet Explorer & Firefox

This video shows the method to turn off pop-up blocker in Internet Explorer and Firefox. Firstly, open Internet Explorer and go to 'Tools' option. Go to 'Internet Options' and click on the 'Privacy' tab. You will see an option of 'Block pop-ups' at the bottom of the window. You must uncheck it and hit 'Apply' to turn it off. For Firefox, go to 'Tools' and 'Options'. You will see 'Block pop-up windows' as the first option. Uncheck it and the pop-ups will not be blocked. You can also set except...

How To: Take a picture off your PCs screen

You don't need a camera to take a screen shot of your computer. In fact, a camera would probably give you an extremely blurry picture! There is a special button on your keyboard called Prnt Scrn. All you need to do is press that button. The screen shot of your desktop is then stored onto your clipboard. To get it off the clipboard, you need to paste it in paint. Open it up, go to edit and click paste. Then go to file and click save as to save your file. Choose where you want it to be saved, n...

How To: Tweak Aero Peek and Desktop Live Preview on Windows 7

In this video, we learn how to tweak Aero Peek and Desktop Live Preview on Windows 7. First, go to registry editor, then current user, then software, then Microsoft, and go down to Windows. After this, click on current version, explorer, and advanced. Now, right click on the white space and click "new keyword value" and name it "desktoplivepreviewhovertime". After this, double lick and change it to decimal, then change the value data to 10. Next, create another keyword value and name it "Exte...

Rodarte - Spring '11 (DP: Matthew Lloyd)

Todd Cole directed this beautifully shot (DP Matthew Lloyd) and art directed preview of the Rodarte Spring '11 line. The visual execution of this ostensibly simple concept is flawless; there are no extraneous colors whatsoever. Clarity of vision and preproduction certainly paid off.

News: New Tool Promises to S-Off Any HTC Device, but There's a Catch

Rooting your phone is one thing, but to truly be in control of your device, you need to be S-Off. S-Off allows you to flash, mod, and tweak just about any aspect of your phone, including the ability to run custom recoveries and flash kernels, which are vital tools for power-users. Up until now, there have been many ways to S-Off your device, but some newer HTC models have become un-exploitable.

How To: Shut Down & Restart the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max & iPhone XR

The iPhone X ushered in the Swiss Army Knife-like Side button, which can perform numerous functions, such as summoning Siri and opening Apple Pay through click gestures. This has carried over into the iPhone XS, XS Max, and iPhone XR, so if you've upgraded to one of these devices from a Home button-equipped iPhone, you'll have to learn how to shut down your new device.

How To: Change your computer name in System Properties (PC)

On your Windows computer you can change the name of your computer. After changing your name, when you turn off your computer you can make it display some thing else instead of the default "turn off computer" text. Do do this right click the My Computer icon on your desktop. Select properties from the menu. This brings up the System Properties window of your computer. Go to the Computer Name tab and in the description box insert a new name to your computer. Save the changes and exit the window...

How To: Create a sound profile in Windows

Butterscotch is here to help you create a sound profile in Windows. First, go to "start", then click "settings", and then "control panel". When the "control panel" menu comes up go to and double click on "Sounds and Audio devices". Once you have that window up, click on the "sounds" tab. After doing so you'll see a menu called "program events" which is all the sounds that Windows uses. You can highlight one of the titles and click the play button on the bottom to preview the sound. But in thi...