How to Build a Computer: The Complete Guide

Building a computer from scratch gives you the perfect machine for your needs, but it can be daunting the first time around. Here's our complete guide, from picking the parts, to putting it together and installing your OS. » 10/30/14 10:00am Today 10:00am

No, I was surprised that I actually liked it a little better too. I still don't like iTunes' new UI (compared to, say, iTunes 10), but after using 11 on my fiancee's computer it seems like they re-added a few old elements in iTunes 12 that I liked. » 10/29/14 8:51pm Yesterday 8:51pm

Delayed comment here, but just thought I'd mention so your comment doesn't look out of place: I'm adding a section on cooling for the most recent revision of this guide. I don't want to include too much on overclocking (it really isn't for everyone), but I think cooling is an important addition. » 10/28/14 11:54am Tuesday 11:54am

This Diagram Shows How Restaurant Menus Play Tricks on Your Mind

You may be pledging to eat healthier, but chances are that restaurant down the street has different plans. Restaurants know exactly how to trick your mind into eating the items that make them the most money, rather than the item you may actually want. » 10/28/14 5:00am Tuesday 5:00am

Top 10 Ways to Unleash Your Inner Evil

"Evil" is a complex thing. Sometimes evil is justified, other times knowing evil is just the best way to fight it. Here are 10 things that clearly fall under the banner of "evil," but are worth knowing how to do. » 10/25/14 8:00am Saturday 8:00am

How to Get Free Repairs Without a Valid Warranty

Nothing sucks more than having a gadget break down and finding out it'll cost hundreds of dollars to fix. Don't have the cash to spend on a repair? Here are some tricks for fixing it even if your warranty doesn't apply. » 10/24/14 4:30pm 10/24/14 4:30pm

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Hmm, this didn't work for me. The problem is that many of the programs won't output text files—they just open the app, despite the /stext argument. Adding this to the beginning of the script didn't change anything, nor did running the script as an administrator. » 10/24/14 11:19am 10/24/14 11:19am

Next Lock Screen Adapts Notifications and Shortcuts to Where You Are

Android: Microsoft has created a lock screen for Android called Next, which puts notifications and app shortcuts right on the lock screen for quick access—and adjusts them for whether you're home, at work, or on the go. » 10/23/14 12:00pm 10/23/14 12:00pm

Note: If you're using a regular slide-to-unlock lock screen, you'll want to turn that off before using this, so you don't have to swipe twice! If you use a PIN lock, I recommend keeping it for security reasons, obviously—you'll just be prompted to enter your PIN after tapping on a notification or shortcut. » 10/23/14 11:56am 10/23/14 11:56am

I also think that some of these things are not like the others. Smoking, for example, is far less healthy than beer, so juxtaposing them like that makes the video seem judgmental if you ever drink beer or soda. I love beer and soda. I don't drink them every day, but I'm sure as hell not going to cut them out of my… » 10/23/14 6:42am 10/23/14 6:42am