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How To: Set custom sound volume for different applications

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to set custom sound volume for different applications in a Windows 7 computer. This task is very easy, fast and simple to do. Begin by simply clicking on the speaker icon in the system tray and select Mixer. There users will have access to the master audio mix on the left and each application listed individually, with their own volume bar. Just adjust each volume bar of the applications to your liking. This video will benefit those viewers who use a W...

How To: Replace bathtub sealant or caulk with Rob Hazelton

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to replace caulk on a bathtub. Begin by placing a fresh blade into a utility knife. Then use the knife to cut out the old caulk. You want to make 2 cuts. The first cut with the knife plying flat on the edge of the tub. The second cut with the knife tip up at about a 45 degree angle. This will allow most of the caulk to come out in one piece. For any remaining caulk, take a razor blade and scrape it off. To remove any remaining mildew, apply 6 ounces o...

How To: Use 4 different hacks to make typing easier in Windows

In this video tutorial, viewers learn 4 different hacks that will make typing easier in Windows. Begin by clicking on the Start button and select Control Panel. Then click on Ease of Access Center and select "Make keyboard easier to use". Now users are able to configure the keyboard options for easier use such as: turning on/off the mouse keys, sticky keys, toggle keys and filter keys. All the features have more specific settings for self-adjusting to the user's liking. This video will benefi...

How To: Gift Wrap Using Recycled Materials with Threadbanger

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to gift wrap using recycled material. The materials need for this project are: a potato, large paper bag, tape, ribbon and paint. Begin by cutting the potato in half and draw a simple shape onto the sliced surface of the potato. Then cut out the negative part of the shape with a knife. Now open the bottom of the paper bag and cut down the side so that it lays flat. Then brush some paint onto the potato stamp and press it down along the paper to form a...

How To: Tie the ribbon on pointe shoes

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to tie the ribbon on ballet shoes. Make sure that the elastic and ribbon are properly secured on the shoe. Begin by flexing your foot. Take the inside ribbon and loop it across the top of your foot. The outer side ribbon will go over the inner ribbon. Pull the ribbons tight enough , so that there are no gaping or sagging. Then wrap the ribbons around the ankle and tie it together. Now tuck the tie under the flat part of the ribbon. This video will ben...

How To: Troubleshoot Windows memory problems

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to quickly troubleshoot memory problems in Windows. Begin by clicking on the Start menu. Type "mdsched" into the search bar and press Enter. The Windows Memory Diagnostic window will then appear. Click on "Restart now and check for problems". Your machine will then be rebooted and will run its memory diagnostics tool. It will look for any issues that may cause problems for your system. Advanced users can press F1 when it starts to specify certain opti...

How To: Split your browser with Tekzilla's daily tip

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to split their browser. This can only be done on the Mozilla Firefox web browser. Begin by going to the Firefox add-on website and search for "split browser". Then click on "Add to Firefox" to install the add-on. Once installed, users are able to right-click on any tab, go to "Split Tab to" and select the direction (up, down, left or right). Now click on the arrow and it will duplicate the tab in that space. This video will benefit hose viewers who us...

How To: Read Gmails offline

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to read Google email offline. Begin by logging onto your Google account. Then click on Settings and select the Labs tab. In the Offline headline, click on Enable. To not grab all your emails, go to the Offline tab and select which messages will be synchronized with your computer, based on labels and time frame. This video will benefit those viewers who use Google mail, and would like to learn how to read their emails offline in case their internet con...

How To: Upgrade from Vista to Windows 7 with Cnet TV

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to upgrade a computer from Windows Vista to Windows 7. Users are able to do an in-place upgrade as long as both the Windows Vista and Windows 7 versions are the same. Users will need to export all their data, erase the hard drive and then reinstall all the applications. To do an in-place upgrade, begin by backing-up your data. Then insert the install DVD and select run it. Then click on Install Now and wait for it to install and setup. This video will...

How To: Make hands for sugar paste figures in cake decorating

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make hands with modeling sugar paste. Begin by rolling a small ball of paste into a tear drop shape. Then flatten the end, making it look like a ping pong paddle. To make the thumb, use a knife and cut into the side of the flat end at an angle. Do the same to make the fingers. Now roll and pull each finger of the paste, and hen tap the end. This video will benefit those viewers who are interested in art or baking pastry and would like to learn how ...

How To: Browse websites without a mouse

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to browse web pages without a mouse. Users will need to use the Mozilla Firefox browser. When you're in the Firefox browser, press F7 or click on Firefox, click on Preferences and select the Advanced tab (Mac OS X). Now check "Always use the cursor key to navigate within pages". This will activate character browsing, allowing the user to use the arrow keys to move up and down the page. Holding Shift will allow users to select a text. This video will b...

How To: Unclog a toilet in 11 seconds like a pro plumber

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to unclog a toilet in 11 seconds. Users will need a plunger. It is recommended to use a pleaded plunger, instead of the regular plunger. When clogging a toilet, the rubber of the plunger is filled up with water, pushed down and squeezes out the pressurized water. The force from the pressured water will remove the clogging of the toilet. Slowly place the plunger into the water and let it be filled with water. Align it with the toilet hole and then push...

How To: Make drawer icons for your stacks in OSX with Tekzilla

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make custom drawer icons for their stacks in Mac OS X. Users will need to go to the site provided in the video. There users will need to follow the instructions and download the icon sets. Once downloaded, place the icons into the appropriate folders. Users may need to restart the computer. Once restarted, the icons will be neatly overlapped in drawer icons. To add a folder to Stack, simply drag it to the dock. This video will benefit those viewers...

How To: Remove/change the arrows on shortcut icons

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to remove/change the arrow on the shortcut icons in Windows. These arrows allows the user to know that the icon is only a shortcut. Users will need to download the program, Vista Shortcut Overlay Remover. The program allows users to display an arrow, light arrow, custom arrow or no arrow. This program also provides an option to disable the " - Shortcut" extension on any shortcut icon. This video will benefit those viewers who use a Windows Vista compu...

How To: Repair a small hole in the wall by patching it

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to repair a small hole in the wall. The materials needed for this process are drywall tape, water, patching compound, and a drywall knife. Begin by placing the drywall tape over the hole. Then mix some water with the patching compound and apply it over the hole. Use the drywall knife to spread the compound over the hole. Start from the middle and spread out. Finish by letting the compound dry and sand it using some sand paper. This video will benefit ...

How To: Add color to your Firefox browser tabs

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to add to the Fire Mozilla browser tabs. Begin by going to the Firefox Mozilla add-ons site and search for "colorful tabs". Click Add to Firefox to install it onto your web browser. Once installed, the browser tabs will be randomly assigned to a color. In the add-on options, users are able to configure the color scheme, selected tab and miscellaneous. This video will benefit those viewers who use Firefox Mozilla as their web browser, and would like to...

How To: Create a Facebook badge for a website or blog

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to create a Face-book badge for a website or blog. Begin by going to your Face-book profile. Scroll down the page and click on Create a Profile Badge. Then click on Create Badge and select the layout, format and information that you want to display on your page. Once your finished, click on Save. Now copy the given HTML code and paste it onto your website or blog. This video will benefit those viewers who use Face-book and would like to learn how to e...

How To: Make a Coke and Mentos rocket

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make "Coke" rocket. This process is very fast, easy and simple to do. The materials required for this project are a 2 liter bottle of Coca Cola and a pack of Mentos candy. Begin by sliding off the cover of the Mentos stick and drop it into the 2 liter bottle of Coca Cola. Place on the cap of the bottle and shake it. Now slightly open the cap until you hear the soda fizzing. Then slam the bottle onto the ground and watch the bottle fly into the air....

How To: Use your metered dose inhaler

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to a metered does inhaler. The metered inhaler has 3 parts: the plastic case, mouthpiece cover, mouthpiece, base and medicine canister. Before using the inhaler, always check inside and outside to make sure that it is clean. Begin by testing the inhaler. Shake it well and holding it away from you, press the top of the canister once. To use the inhaler, begin by shaking it well and hold it upright. Breathe in and place the mouthpiece in between your te...

How To: Make an amazing lamp out of strings

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make an amazing lamp. The materials required for this project are a balloon, wool string and liquid glue. Begin by blowing up the balloon and wind it with wool string. Wrap all around to cover the surface of the balloon. Then cover the entire balloon with some liquid glue and let it dry for 24 hours. Once it's dried, carefully let out the air of the balloon and remove it from the dried yarn string. Now add a light source. This video will benefit th...

How To: Make a crossover ethernet cable from scratch

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a crossover cable from scratch. Users will need an Ethernet cable. Begin by removing one side of the connector and strip off the outside casing. Then separate the wires. Change the sequence order of the cables to: white green, green, white orange, blue, white blue, orange, white brown and brown. Make the cables straight and close together. Then cut off about half of the wires and carefully put back on the connector. Use pliers to squeeze the c...

How To: Check the important engine compartment fluids on a car

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to check the engine fluids of a car. Begin by checking the engine oil. Begin by finding the engine oil dipstick. Then wipe it down and return the dipstick. Recheck the dipstick and oil level. Now check the automatic transmission fluid. Find the transmission fluid dipstick. Then wipe it down and return the dipstick. Recheck the dipstick and oil level. Only check automatic transmission and not manual. Then check any other important fluids in the engine....

How To: Tone back muscles and get ripped

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to tone and build the back muscles. Expanding the size of the back will help increase the size of the chest. The exercise shown in this video is the lat pull-down. The first part of the movement is to drop the shoulder down and the second is to pull to the chin. All the finger should be one the same side of the bar. Keep your head and chest up. Do not yank or jerk the weight. This video will benefit those viewers who are interested in health and fitne...

How To: Make a raw pad thai salad with kelp noodles

In this video tutorial viewers learn how to make a raw pad Thai salad with kelp noodles. The ingredients required for this recipe are: 2 tbsp of almond butter, 1/3 cup of coconut oil, 1 tbsp of soy sauce, 1 tsp of coriander powder, 1/2 of jalapeno, 2 tsp of lemon juice and 1/3 cup of water. Add all those ingredients into a blender and blend the ingredients together. Now pour the mixture onto the kelp noodles and add in 1/2 cup of basil and greens. This video will benefit those viewers who enj...

How To: Get ripped fast with 300 Spartan body workout

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to get ripped fast with the "300" Spartan body workout. This workout consists of 7 exercises. This workout will also need to be done twice for a total of 300 exercise movements. The exercises and reps for each workout are: 20 reps of cross elbow pushes, 20 reps of cross knee planks, 15 reps of knee up pull-up, 20 reps of plate press knee squats, 20 reps of land mines, 20 reps of swings and 25 reps of medicine ball Russian twist press. This video will ...

How To: Write a great conclusion for an essay

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to write a great conclusion for an essay. A conclusion is a summary of the topic and is the opinion of the topic or creator. The conclusion summarizes the main point of the topic. Repetition in the conclusion is not a problem. The points stated in the introduction of the essay are restated and rephrased in the conclusion. Adding your own opinion and ides about the topic help improve and makes the conclusion more effective. This video will benefit thos...

How To: Peel and devein shrimp for dummies

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to peel and devein a shrimp. Users will need a deveining tool. Insert the tool along the shrimp's backside away from the legs and push it towards the tail. The tool will remove both the shell and vein in one motion. If users don't have this tool, they can use a small knife or fork. Now run cold water over the shrimp meat to remove all traces of the shell and vein. This video will benefit those viewers who enjoy cooking and would like to learn how to r...

How To: Make easy chocolate coated cream cheese truffles

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make chocolate truffles. The materials and ingredients required for this recipe are: 1 pack of double stuffed Oreo, a food processor, 2 packs of cream cheese, 1-2 packs of semi-sweet chocolate morsels and sprinkles. Begin by putting in 5-6 Oreo cookies into the food processor and grind until thoroughly mixed. Pour it into a mixing bowl and add in the cream cheese. Mix them together and refrigerate it for 1-2 hours. Make the mixture into little ball...

How To: Lace up and tie your shoes to relieve pressure on foot

In this video tutorial, viewers will learn how to lace up and tie your shoes to relieve pressure on the foot. There are two techniques shown in this video. The first technique helps to relieve pressure on the top of the foot. If the top of the foot is under pressure, it can cause your toes to go numb. The second technique is the runner's knot. This technique will tighten the top of the shoe and prevent your heel from slipping. This video will benefit those viewers who have foot problems with ...

How To: Perform a card trick and let your friend pick the card

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to perform an amazing card trick. The magician begins by going through the deck and lets the spectator pick a card. The entire deck has a red back. Then the magician put the card at the top of deck and a cut. The magician then snaps his finger and lays out the entire deck face down. The cards are now a blue back and the only red back card is the spectator's chosen card. Then the magician snaps his finger again and the card changes into a blue back. Th...

How To: Perform the "pair" card trick for two people

In this video, viewers will observe the performance of the pair trick. This card trick requires 2 spectators. The magician begins by cutting the deck. One half is lying face up while the other one is for the spectators to select a card each. The 2 cards are then placed on the faced up half of the deck and then shuffled. The magician reveals that the cards are not on top or on the bottom of the deck. Then he combines the two halves, twist the deck around and lays out all the cards. The two car...

How To: Read a micrometer in mechanical engineering

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to read a micrometer. This tool allows the user to accurately measure components. They have the ability to measure dimensions accurately to within one hundredth of a millimeter. Micrometers are designed with a wide variety of styles and sizes for normal or specialized applications. Micrometers are able to measure the internal or external dimensions of a component. They are the most important basic measuring instrument used in the metal industry. There...

How To: Perform the "whispers" card trick

In this video, viewers will be watching the performance of the "whispers" card trick. The magician begins by shuffling the deck and asks the spectator to select 3 cards. Then they are laid face down and the magician takes all 4 of the queens out of the deck. He uses the queens as a guide and is able to tell the spectator the 3 faced down cards. Then he waves a queen over the 3 cards and places it down. The cards in his hands become the selection and the face down cards become the 4 aces. This...

How To: Perform the Ascanio spread and Elmsley sleight tricks

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to perform the Ascanio spread and Elmsley sleight tricks. The Ascanio spread makes 5 cards look like there is 4 cards. Begin by hold the pack with a biddle grip. You are going to peel off the top card with your thumb, fifth card with your index and fourth card with your middle finger. The Elmsey count is a shuffle that hides a card. Square the cards and peel them off. When it comes to the hidden card, peel off the two cards at once. This video will be...

How To: Use the double undercut to control the bottom card

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to perform the double undercut using a deck of cards. This shuffle controls the bottom card. The trick begins with the magician asking the spectator to choose a card. Return the card on top of the deck. Then it will be shuffle and end up at the bottom. To do this trick, create a break between the card and the deck. Now cut the deck in half. The right hand packet is placed under the left hand packet. The card is now transferred to the right hand. The l...

How To: Do Sumo squats

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to perform a sumo squat. It is the same as a regular squat, except the legs are extended more wider. The bar should be setup a little bit below your shoulder level. Go into a split stance when picking up the bar. Keep your core muscles tight and keep the bar stabilized. Spread the legs wide, pass the shoulder width. This exercise target the leg muscles and helps strengthen them. Inhale when going up and exhale when going down. This video will benefit ...

How To: Use the siva count card sleight for many card tricks

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to perform the Siva count sleight card trick. This sleight card trick is very similar to the Elmsley, except it is a reversal. It reveals the cards instead of facing them down. This sleight uses 5 cards, but only reveal 4 of them. It hides the target card. The card that you want to hide needs to be in he middle (3rd card). When going through each card, users have to double drop the card and not allow the spectator to see the hidden card. This video wi...

How To: Draw Japanese waves for a tattoo

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to draw Japanese waves for a tattoo. In this video, viewers observe different ideas and elements for wave designs. Viewers learn different techniques. To draw a design for a tattoo, viewers should sketch out their image and experiment different designs. The materials used in the video include: tracing paper, pencil and a Micron 08 pen. This video will benefit those viewers who enjoy sketching images, art and would like to learn how to design tattoos.

How To: Make a Frankenstein Halloween card with Stampin' Up!

In this video tutorial, viewers will learn how to make a Frankie card. This video provides all the materials required to make the card. The materials required include: old olive card stock that is cut at 4 1/2" x 11", lovely lilac card stock that is cut at 2 1/2" x 5 1/2", stylus tool, Smarty Pants stamp set, 1" circle punch with 2 black card stocks, 1 3/8" circle punch on whisper white and old olive card stock, glue and a black market pen. This video will benefit those viewers who enjoy art,...