How-to Guides

This is a collection of evergreen how-guides and detailed tutorials to help you do more with software tools that you use daily.
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1. How to Share your Printer on the Internet [Video]

Learn how to your share your printer on the Internet so that people outside the home network can send print jobs to your printer from anywhere in the world.
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The Complete Guide to Microsoft Outlook Add-ins and Utilities
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How to Opt-Out of Interest-Based Advertising
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Getting Refunds for your iTunes Store Purchases
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Setup your own Proxy Server in 5 Minutes for Free
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Use your Mobile Phone to Scan Business Cards
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Use Scary Wireless Names to Discourage Wi-Fi Theft
2. How to Create your own Google Maps

Meet the best online tools to help you create your own Google Maps. You can build a map of your favorite cities or maybe a directions map for your home.
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3. The Most Essential Tools for Presenters

Conferences have come a long way in the last few years. As a presenter or as an organizer, here are some useful tools and tips to help you get the most out of your sessions.
4. The Best Tools for Content Curation

A content curation tool lets you pull videos, images, presentations, tweets, blog posts and other web content into a bundle which you can then easily embed and share on the web.
5. Control Two Computers with a Single Keyboard and Mouse

Learn how you can control multiple computers with one keyboard and mouse. The software is a better alternative to Input Director and Synergy.
6. Tools for Creating your own Crossword Puzzles

Crossword puzzles are fun to solve and can also be used as an educational tool. Learn how to create your own crossword puzzles.
7. Buying a TV? Here’s What You Should Know

Read our TV buying guide to decide which type of TV (LCD, LED or Plasma) you should buy, the right HDTV screen size, and other specification that matter.
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8. The Best Tools for Taking Wikipedia Offline

Learn about the best tools that will help you download the entire Wikipedia on to your computer or mobile phone for offline reading.

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