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From Wired How-To Wiki Vintage radio photo by monogatari via Flickr You've spent a lot of time and money collecting digital music.
Google Chrome is the best web browser around right now, and part of Chrome's appeal is owed to its excellent extensions. The good news: It's not that hard to get started making your own Chrome extensions.
Most HDTVs ship with default settings that are meant to look good in store showrooms, but more often than not, the default presets don't take into account how the TV will look in your home, how far away from it you'll sit, or what the normal lighting in your room will be like when you fire up a new movie or watch the big game.
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On this week's episode of Lifehacker, we're going behind the scenes for a closer look at how you can make your own web video, no matter what your budget. We'll walk through the gear you'll need and how to shoot, edit, and distribute web video for your rabid audience.
We all have a few favorite web sites, even when they're not perfect.
Last summer, we took you to night school and walked you through building your own computer. What we didn't do at the time is give you a suggest parts list for that new computer. In this post—which we'll update regularly as prices and components change—we'll walk you through the parts and hardware we'll need for the best of two different system builds: a mid-range PC for those on a budget, and an enthusiast's system for gamers and media professionals.
Building a computer from scratch gives you the perfect machine for your needs, but it can be daunting the first time around. In this edition of Lifehacker Night School, we'll be taking you through the buying, building, and installation process step-by-step. Today, we're going to start with a little computer hardware basics.
Now that you've got a better understanding of what goes into a computer , it's time to actually choose and buy the components you're going to use. In this lesson, we'll show you how to most effectively pick out your parts. Important Considerations for Each Component
Now that you've bought all your components , it's time for the moment of truth: You're ready to actually put together the machine.
Now that you've put everything together , you're past all the difficult stages—the rest is a cakewalk. Here's how to install your operating system and get everything up and running.
This week we ran through the basic steps of building your first computer, but there's a lot more info out there.