wikiHow is a website started by parent website eHow – a “How To” website. They’ve got articles on How To do anything under the sun. And if you don’t find something there that you know how to do, then just write your own article!

wikiHow is a collaborative writing project to build the world’s largest how-to manual. With your contributions, we can create a free resource that helps people by offering clear, concise solutions to the problems of everyday life. wikiHow currently contains 8843 articles written, edited, and maintained primarily by volunteers. Please join us by writing a new page, or editing a page that someone else has started.

Now you can finally find out how to do push ups properly, find directions without a compass, blow smoke rings, disable autorun in your CD/DVD drive or cook your favourite recipe.


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