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How To: Hide and lock folders in Windows

In this Computers & Programming video tutorial you will learn how to hide and lock folders in Windows. When you want a private folder that you don’t want any one else to open and see. You will need this feature. For this open a new folder. Open the folder, right click on it and go to ‘customize’. Then select ‘change icon, click on a blank icon, click OK and ‘apply. Now you will see that your folder icon on the desk top will disappear; only the name will be visible. Now rename it with a small ...

How To: Weave in ends on ribbing

This video demonstrates a very simple method of weaving in the ends of the yarn that are hanging out after you have finished knitting your garment. With the end piece threaded into a needle, bring it in one or two rows so it's not right on the edge. Then working up the row, weave the thread in and out of each knit stitch for an inch or so. Pull the yarn tight, then go one stitch over and work the yarn down the other side in the same manner, weaving in and out of each knit stitch. This creates...

How To: Sew in an invisible zipper

An invisible zipper adds a nice finish to fancier sewing projects, as it just looks like a regular seam. This how-to video demonstrates sewing in an invisible zipper to a garment. The process is much easier if you have a specialty zipper foot for the sewing machine. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to sew in an invisible zipper.

How To: Install invisible shelving brackets

Hardware and home improvement expert Ron Hazelton describes his strategies for using invisible shelving brackets. To begin with, he advises that a shelving installation, invisible or not, be installed beginning at the center point, because upon attaching the main support, it will automatically be leveled. Ron suggests that mounting brackets have the same color as the background, so that the brackets depend not only on being hidden for the most part, but that the portions that are present do n...

How To: Perform the magic card trick "invisible aces"

The goal of this video tutorial is to teach you how to perform the magic card trick "invisible aces". This instructional is to help anyone wanting to be a magician, helping you understand technique and presentation of simple but effective illusions. These card tricks are pretty easy, but with time, practice and patience you will be able to amaze your friends and your family. Learn the invisible aces magic card trick, just like David Blaine!

How To: Do the invisible board & super jump glitches in THAW

In this video, we learn how to do the invisible board & super jump glitches in THAW. First, turn low gravity on then get onto the roof of a building. From here, jump onto the ramp then jump into the grass down on the bottom. After this, find the invisible wall and jump up it. After this, climb to the top of the mountain right next to it. Then, run down the street and slap the wall while jumping up it until you reach the top of the hill. Then, run down and jump to the bottom on the street. Now...

How To: Create invisible folders in WIndows XP or Vista

In this how-to video, you will learn how to create a invisible folders on your Windos XP or Windows Vista operating system. First, create a folder or find a folder that you want to be invisible. Select the folder and hold and type alt+0160. Release the alt key. Next, right click the folder icon and select properties. Select customize and select change icon. From here, find a space between the icons. This will set it to an invisible icon. Once that is selected, press okay. The folder is now co...

How To: Make your friends list invisible on Facebook

Interested in making your friends list invisible to certain groups of people? This clip will show you how it's done. Whether you're completely new to the Facebook's popular social networking site or simply require a small amount of clarification on how to perform a particular task on Facebook, you're sure to benefit from this helpful video guide. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.

How To: Perform the invisible ace magic card trick

See how you can impress your friends and family with magic! Watch this video tutorial to learn how to perform the invisible ace magic card trick. With a little sleight of hand, card tricks are easy. You just have to practice, like all good magicians do. See the reveal of the invisible ace card trick!

How To: Build an "invisible" bookshelf

This video tutorial will walk you through the process of building an "invisible" bookshelf. Just take one book, add some glue, and a bracket or two, and you're well on your way to making a cool wall decoration. Make your living room look stylish and elegant with this cool accessory! It's easier than you think!

How To: Make a folder invisible and hide it for a computer prank

The My Computer section of most PC computers is an absolute mess, especially if you're trying to navigate someone else's computer. Why not take advantage of this fact by pulling this awesome prank on one of your data-loving friends? The video above will show you how to make a folder invisible and then hide it on their computer, making the chances of them finding it without knowing that you've pranked them slim to none. Just make sure you're there to watch you victim freak out afterwards! That...

How To: Make a folder invisible in Windows XP or Vista

In this how to video, you will learn how to create invisible folders in Windows XP or Vista. First, create a new folder. Rename the folder and hold alt while pressing 0160. Now, you will be able to give this folder a blank name. Next, right click it and go to properties. Select customize and then change the icon. Choose a blank image and click okay. Once this is done, your invisible folder is now ready for use. If you want to find it, go to an open file dialog and type in the name of the file...

How To: Experiment with magnets and eddy currents

Eddy Currents are little circles of electricity created when metals are moved by magnets or even when magnets are moved by metals. To understand this practically take a regular piece of cardboard and drop it in between a horse shoe magnet. It drops normally with out being effected by the magnet. This is because the cardboard does not conduct electricity. Therefore it does not cause any eddy currents. But instead if you use an aluminum piece in the same way, it falls very slowly, because alumi...

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