At the end of every year, we take a look back at our most popular posts to reminisce (and to help you catch any stuff you might have missed). Here’s one last look at our best posts in 2015.
Step-by-step guides are our bread and butter here at Lifehacker, and you seem to enjoy reading them as much as we enjoy writing them. Here are the best how-to guides of the year.
Cooking tips aren’t just for foodies. We all eat every day (unless you’re a robot), and better cooking means healthier food, more delicious meals, and possibly even saving some cash. here were our best food hacks and tips from 2015.
We’re always looking for the best DIY tips at Lifehacker, and this year there was certainly no shortage of them. Here are some of the best DIY tips for when you want to tackle projects all on your own.
Getting your money in order is no easy task, and most of us need all the help we can get. Here are some of our best money guides, explainers, and tips from 2015.
There are few things more important in life than love and sex (it’s what keeps our species going, after all.) It is therefore unsurprising that our hacks and tips in this area proved exceedingly popular with readers in 2015. Here are the biggest After Hours/Lovehacker posts from 2015; from Australia’s porn-viewing habits to giving a knee-buckling BJ.
For something so important, there’s an awful lot of confusion over health and nutrition. This year, we covered more health and fitness than ever before, in an effort to dispel that confusion. Here were our best health-related posts of 2015.
Windows 10 made huge waves this year, adding a ton of new improvements, cleaning up a lot of old features, and did we mention it’s free? Here are our best Windows posts from one the platform’s biggest years in history.
It’s been another year, which means yet another iteration on OS X. While Apple didn’t make any major moves with the Mac this year, there was still plenty to talk about. Here are our best Mac posts from this past year.
In between tips and how-tos, we also often do “explainers,” where we break down complicated topics into simple language. Our goal is to help you understand how these difficult topics work, and show you what you can do with the knowledge. Here are our best from the past year.
Every week, we feature customised desktops and home screens submitted by readers that show off beautiful wallpapers and great customisation and UI tweaks. Sometimes they’re fun, sometimes they’re functional, and sometimes they’re both, but 2015 was a great year for all of them. Here’s a look at your favourite ones.
Each week, we showcase what’s in other people’s everyday carry bags as well others’ workspace setups. Take a look back at your favourite ones from this year.
This year, Android got even sweeter. Marshmallow built on the already-awesome foundation Lollipop laid the year before, plus we got two new Nexus phones, and a bunch of improved apps. Here are our best Android posts this year.
iOS had a big year with iOS 9, new iPhones, and a fancy new iPad Pro. Let’s take a look back on the year with some of our biggest, most popular posts about Apple’s mobile operating system.
If you’re clever enough, anything can be a tool. This year we saw a ton of clever tips and tricks than any “MacGyver wannabe” would be proud of, but only a select few stood out as the best.
Face it: Most of us don’t know what we’re doing. We’re making it up as we go along, and any guidance offered by more experienced people is useful. We’ll take any help we can get. That’s why, every week, we ask notable people how they work.
Want to catch up on the best posts of past years? See our roundups for 2007.