Set Up My Speakers in the Computer

How To : Hook your computer up to stereo speakers

Ready to rock and roll? You don't have to listen to music through those teeny tiny computer speakers anymore! Check out this cool tutorial, and learn how to connect stereo speakers to your laptop or PC and get the most out of your music. You Will Need: * A 3.5 millimeter stere ...more

How To : Set up Chromium OS in a virtual computer machine

You can setup Chromium OS in a virtual machine. So first go to the download site for Chromium OS and VMWare download for the VMWare Player. Now run the VMWare Player and click on "create a new virtual machine" and select "i will install the operating system later" and click ne ...more

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 acces ...more

How To : Set up sound output & input in Mac OS

Gary Rosenzweig of MacMost is describing how we can use sound input and output controls on one's Mac computer. He mentions of the availability of multiple input and output devices like built-in mic; line-in etc and speakers , USB headset and provides a detailed information of ...more

News : How to Better Your English (For Foreign Speakers)

Hello! I'm newbie at Null Byte and I want tho share some of my thoughts with you guys, hope you like it. I've been inspired by 3 facts for making this: 1- The post 'How to write better code', 2- A few illegible comments at some posts, 3- I myself have never written such a long ...more

VLC 101 : How to Cast Any Video to Your TV Natively

When it comes to media players, few are more capable than VLC. With its extensive codec support, VLC is able to play almost any video file. Partly due to its open-source nature, features are constantly added. This trend has continued with a new update that added native Chromec ...more

How To : 8 More Menu Bar Apps Every Mac Power User Needs

We recently showed you 8 menu bar apps that ever Mac power user should have, covering apps that allow you to control iTunes, eject drives, organize screenshots, and more—all from that tiny strip at the top of your screen. But when it comes to the menu bar, we only began to sc ...more

How To : Make Your Own Animoji Karaoke Video

Introduced along with the iPhone X, Animoji are animated characters, mostly animals, that are rendered from the user's facial expressions using the device's TrueDepth camera system to track the user's facial movements. The first viral phenomenon to emerge from the launch of t ...more

How To : Make Free Phone Calls Using Gmail

Did you know that you can use Gmail to make free phone calls to anywhere in North America? We're not talking computer to computer, but actual free phone calls to cell phones and home phones. All you need is a Gmail account, a microphone, and speakers plugged into your compute ...more

How To : Display your computer monitor on a TV screen

Watch streaming Internet TV or other media content on your home television set! This tutorial shows you how to set up a connection between your computer monitor and your TV set so you can watch your computer screen on a big screen! Part 1 of 5 - How to Display your computer mo ...more

How To : Record video on your Apple iPhone 3G for free

This video will show you how to record video on your Apple iPhone 3G for free! This is a complete guide to installing the iPhone Video Recorder on your iPhone 3G, which also works on the First Generation iPhone. Learn how to fill in the missing feature of video recording on y ...more

How To : Hack a Wii remote to play World of Warcraft

This video demonstrates how to set up your computer to play WoW with a Wii remote. The video walks you through downloading the correct programs to your computer, connecting the Wii remote to your computer, and playing WoW with the Wii remote.

How To : Speed up, slow down in reverse in iMovie 09

In this tutorial, Gary teaches us how to speed up and slow down in reverse in iMovie 09. First, open up iMovie on your computer and set your preferences so the advanced tools are turned on. Now, open up your project and play it back at normal speed. Next, go to the information ...more

How To : Remove the speaker assembly from a G5 iMac

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to remove the speakers on a G5 i-Mac computer. In order to remove the speakers, user will need to first remove the ambient light sensor. Remove the 2 torx 6 screws and remove the middle bracket. Now on each speaker, users will need to ...more

How To : Install memory in a 17" MacBook Pro

This video from OWC presents how to install memory in a 17" Macbook Pro.The operation will take about 15 minutes and doesn't require an experienced user.First you need to provide all necessary anti-static precautions - discharge static electricity, use static-free surface.You' ...more

How To : Connect to a network using Wi-Fi on a Mac computer

If you want to connect your Mac notebook or desktop to a wireless network, you'll need to set up the wifi connection on your computer first. Take a look at this walkthrough to find out how to find and connect to available wireless networks in OS X. This is a great skill to kno ...more

How To : Defragment your computer while idle

This video shows you how to set up a scheduled task to run anytime your computer is idle that defragments your computer. Defragmenting is important because it will allow your programs to open much faster.

How To : Turn on parental controls in Mac OS X

If you want to protect your children from seeing something you don't want them to see, and they happen to be using Mac OS X, take a look at this walkthrough on how to set up parental controls on their Mac computer.

How To : Back up and restore a computer with Windows 7

New user to Windows 7? Microsoft has put out a series of video tutorials explaining how to maximize your Windows 7 experience. Follow along with this computer lesson and learn how to: *Back up your files *Set up or change automatic backup settings *Restore files from a backup ...more

How To : Use Spaces on a Mac OS X

Spaces is a very cool feature that is included with all newer versions of Mac's OS X. With Spaces, you can organize your programs and keep your desktop clutter free. This program is similar to Expose, but instead of having your windows open on the desktop, Spaces minimizes the ...more

How To : Repair a blown subwoofer

OK, you've done it, you've blasted your DJ set just a little too loud and now your speakers are dust. Well, before you rush out and replace them, why not try repairing them on your own? That's right, with this how to video you can take the necessary steps and breath new life b ...more

How To : Play Better in Counter Strike Source

So You're New to Counter Strike Source? So you're new to Counter Strike Source and you want to improve your gameplay? Great. You've come to the right place. The first step to improving your game is to admit that you are a NEWB or NEWBIE. Do not confuse this with NOOB. A "new ...more

How To : Run Programs at Startup in Windows XP

Do you know which programs run when you start up your computer? In this short tutorial, I will show you how you can see which programs run automatically at startup in Windows XP. You'll be surprised how many there are! Having multiple programs loading when you start up your s ...more

How To : Run Windows on a Mac using Boot Camp

Need to access Windows XP or Vista? Have programs that only run on Windows, but love your MAC. Ya, we get it and agree. Run Windows and OSX on the same computer using Bootcamp, Parallels or other software. You can run simultaneously or separately depending on your needs. Paral ...more

How To : Perform the "force" card trick

Impress your friends and family with this episode of "Do Try This at Home" with Mr. G and learn a brand new card trick that's sure to wow anyone! All you'll need is a deck of cards and a little practice to master this simple trick of forcing your audience to pick the card you ...more

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