Every weekend we round up our best guides and posts on a specific subject, from working better to upgrading your computer. Here’s a look back at this year’s best. You could say they’re our top 10 top 10s of the year.
There’s no time like the present to grow or refine ourselves a little bit more, and few resources are as helpful as TED talks. In that vein, here are the top 10 TED talks we’ve featured on Lifehacker or that have been popular on TED.
We talk a lot about computer security and data security here at Lifehacker, but you can never have too many reminders of the basics. Here, in a nutshell, are the security tips and habits every computer user should know. Consider it a quick way to audit your own security or help others you care about get the essentials down.
It’s easy to find movies to download or stream, but if you’re flying straight and narrow or want to support and watch films that are free, public domain or whose creators want them free and openly shared, here are some great sites to bookmark — and visit when you want something new to watch.
Microsoft Office is still the most popular office suite used by companies and individuals across the world. These Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote cheat sheets will help boost your productivity and save time when you’re working in these programs.
DIY isn’t always the easiest way to do something, but it’s usually the most informative and educational one. This week, let’s check out some great DIY tech projects that will teach you a ton about the tools you probably use every day — and protect your privacy and give you control over your own data in the process.
If you’ve been playing video games for any amount of time, odds are pretty high you have at least one console in your entertainment centre doing nothing, and that sucks. Don’t let your old friend sit there and collect a gross film of dust and grime, give it a new life — or find someone who will. Here’s how.
Everyone has a Gmail account. We’re all used to archiving, labelling and marking bad senders as spam, but you probably still spend a lot of time in your inbox, especially if your work uses Gmail. Here are 10 tips that will save you time and make getting to Inbox Zero a little easier.
We’ve discussed kitchen tools everyone should have, and tools everyone on a budget should have, but if you’re willing to put a little money into your home cooking, here are some solid kitchen tools that may cost a little more than usual, but will pay you back in flavour, time saved or just plain quality of life.
Whether you just don’t have air conditioning, don’t want to fire it up just yet, or want to save money on energy, there are lots of ways to keep cool as the mercury rises. Here are some good ones.