Whether you're looking for information on how to remodel a bathroom or repair a hard drive, you'll find it in my picks for the best how to sites on the Web.
Free online how to classes and tutorials on everything from car technology to digital photography.
eHow is a treasure trove of how to information, anything from arts and entertainment to sports and fitness.
wikiHow is a giant how to manual, but since it's a wiki, anyone can add or edit the information you find here.
Share what you like to make and how others can do the same at Instructables, a community driven how to site.
HowStuffWorks gives you great how to explanations and tutorials - you can find how to guides on a wide variety of subjects here.
Make magazine is a fascinating site full of how to guides, many extremely eclectic.
Whether you're looking for help on how to reformat a hard drive, organize your notes, or stop procrastinating so much, you can probably find it at Lifehacker.
The Wired How To Wiki is a site full of technology tutorials that help you figure out how to do it yourself.
You can find a huge amount of how to information right here at About.com, from riding horses to digital media to relationship help.