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How To: Find & Change Weak Reused Passwords to Stronger Ones More Easily in iOS 12

The option to auto-fill passwords on your iPhone has been around a while now, but iOS 12 improves on it by suggesting strong passwords when first creating an account online in Safari or within apps. Apple has also added "password reuse auditing" for your iCloud Keychain, where all your logins are housed, which will find and change your weak passwords to strong ones.

How To: Hack into a compuuter, the easiest way

In this Computers & Programming video tutorial you will learn how to hack into a compuuter, the easiest way. Go to start > run, type in ‘cmd’ > OK. To find the IP address of a website, type in ‘tracert myspace.com’. This example is to find IP address of myspace.com. Then all the IP addresses of the website will be displayed. If you want to shut down a computer, now you type in ‘shutdown’. A remote shutdown dialog box will open up where you put in the IP address. That’s all. The ...

How To: Remove the macro warning in Excel

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to remove the macro warning in Microsoft Excel. When you see the warning, click Enable Macros. Then right-click on of the sheet tabs and select View Code. Open the Modules folder menu. Now right-click on the module and select Remove Module. Click No to prevent the Module from exporting as a saved text. To go back to Excel, click on File and click on Close and Return to Microsoft Excel. Click on Save to save your workbook. This video will benefit those...

How To: Take someone's blood pressure

Everything you need to know about checking a person's blood pressure. Be sure to warn the patient about inflation and deflation. Make sure they remain sitting for 3 minutes. Great details for special need patients like diabetics. This very detailed video is well produced and great picture quality. Be warned, the video is 44 megs in size.

How To: Use & add/delete words from AutoCorrect in Excel 2007

In this video we learn how to use the AutoCorrect function found in Microsoft Excel 2007. This video is the second part of the Microsoft Excel 2007 tips series. The video shows on screen and the host explains how to find the AutoCorrect function and gives an address to download the example spreadsheet from their TeachExcel website. AutoCorrect is a nice function but it is not personalized, and if you often misspell a word it can be handy to add it to AutoCorrect to catch it every time. Unlike...

How To: Disable Every Single App from Accessing Your Facebook Profile

Apps are now very much integrated with social media, especially with your Facebook profile. Pretty much every app these days lets you log in using Facebook, while some actually force you to, giving you no other option. But, the most annoying part is that these apps leave notifications all over your Facebook timeline, cluttering the hell out of it. So, how can you completely banish all of these apps from being able to access your Facebook?

How To: Disable the "High Volume" Warning on Your OnePlus One

Maybe it was the years of concerts with deafening speakers blasting music into my ears, but I always listen to my tunes as loud as the volume allows me. So, it's pretty annoying when I get a "high volume" warning every time I listen to music on my OnePlus One with my headphones on. We've previously shown you how to remove this same warning by using the NoSafeVolumeWarning, an Xposed module that required root access. Thankfully, the very liberal OnePlus One has a built-in feature that lets you...

How To: Adjust JPEG and TIFF images with Adobe Camera RAW

Uncover the mysteries of working with JPEG, and TIFF images in Adobe Camera RAW. Warning! This is an advanced demo. Be sure to update to the current version of Photoshop and Bridge before attempting this process on your own. Watch this image editing software tutorial and improve your Camera RAW skills at adjusting jpeg and tiff images.

How To: Crack open the iPhone 2G

In this video tutorial, learn how to open & take the back off the iPhone 2G. This shows how to crack open the iPhone 2G case, specifically to hardware flash the radio by shorting the test point. This was considered the first hack freeing the iPhone 2G from its simlock.

How To: Customize Camera, Microphone & Location Permissions for Specific Websites in iOS 13's Safari

In iOS 13, Safari has become even more powerful, especially when it comes to privacy. The browser will warn you when you create a weak password for a new account. Your history and synced tabs in iCloud are end-to-end encrypted now. And there are per-site settings that let you choose which domains can and can't have permission to use particular device hardware or sensors.

How To: Access the hidden service menu on the Lg enV3

In this video from ereshkigal19 we learn how to access the hidden service menu on the LG enV3. To do this, open your phone and type ##5473784236368 (##lgservicemenu) and press Send. When it prompts you to enter the service code, it is all 0 for the entire thing. This will get you into the menu. He also warns not to mess with everything in the menu because it might mess up your phone. After watching this video you will know how to access the menu but also are warned that it could cause problem...

How To: Burn an Apple iLife iDVD project to a DVD

Once you have finished with your ' iDVD' project then you would like to burn it to make a DVD to share it with your family and friends. First of all you need to double check your project for finding any problem in it. To do this, you have to click the "map" button in the toolbar and then drag the slider to view the entire flowchart of the entire menus and media. In case there are any problems anywhere then you shall notice some yellow or red warning symbols. You can point to any symbols and t...

How To: Fix Your Hacked and Malware-Infested Website with Google

While websites may run smoothly without any noticeable vulnerabilities, there's always the looming threat that any background weakness in the site can be exploited by hackers. Once a site is compromised, it can be difficult to get it fixed without the proper help. Google has recently launched a new series entitled "Webmasters help for hacked sites”, which teaches web developers and site owners how to avoid getting hacked and how to recover their website if it gets compromised in any way.

How To: Use PHP to design and make cool websites

PHP is a scripting language that since 1995 has allowed web developers all over the world to create more dynamic websites. This video series will show you how to use it from start to finish, covering the very basics and very advanced techniques. If you want to move you web design skills beyond XHTML, watch this video.

How To: Use serrated scissors

Thread and clothing designer, Kenneth D. King, give quick instruction to us on the importance of our cutting tools, more especially the serrated scissors. Here we learn what makes this particular style of scissors so efficient and necessary to our sewing work, as well as what types of materials they ought to be used on. He also gives warning that we should never use our fabric scissors on paper. Great tips for the beginning designer in us all.

How To: Keep a cut from scarring

Keep it clean, covered, and coated, and say goodbye to that scar from the get-go. You will need running water and mild soap, self adhesive bandages, antibiotic ointment, petroleum jelly, sunblock, and silicone gel sheets. Warning: See a doctor immediately if your cut is extremely deep, won't stop bleeding, or appears infected.

How To: Get Rid of the Annoying Low Battery Alert for Good on Your Samsung Galaxy Note 2

If you use your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 consistently throughout the day, you're more than likely to encounter the low battery warning on occasion—anytime you dip below 15 percent remaining. While the low battery warning may be a convenience for some, it can also be a nuisance for others (like me), as it continues to appear intermittently after dropping from that 15 percent. In this softModder tutorial, I'm going to show you how to get rid of that annoying low battery alert for good.

How To: Make the X-Men character Wolverine out of Legos

Wolverine is unquestionably the most popular member of the X-Men superhero team created by Marvel. If you like Legos, the chances that you also like the X-Men are pretty good. Combine your two loves by watching this video, which walks you through the process of making a Lego minifigure of Wolverine using only paint, some paper, and a properly-colored Lego minifigure.

How To: Make hydrogen gas with foil and Liquid Plumr

Learn how to make hydrogen with some household chemicals and items. This experiment is dangerous, so please exercise caution. You will use Liquid Plumr for this science experiment, and be warned, Liquid Plumber and hydrogen are dangerous, maybe not the aluminum foil, but the chemicals, definitely. Fill a balloon with it and watch it explode with a close match.

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