How-To Geek, an online tech magazine with a highly readable style, seeks to strike a balance between highly informed tech pros and articles for the average reader who just needs to know how to count their steps with an Android app. Founded in 2006, the scrappy startup has withstood the test of time and stiff competition from other tech news sites. Articles are divided into the categories of Windows, Linux, Office, Gadgets, Mobile, Hardware, Apple, and, perhaps most unusually, Geek School. While all the sections are worth scouting, Geek School is truly unique among online tech magazines. Here readers may delve into esoteric tech subjects using the site’s bona fide lessons. For instance, gamers who would like to master Minecraft may engage 15 incredibly detailed lessons on the legendary pastime. Other topics include how to secure a Windows network, Getting the Most from Your Android Device, and Using Sysinternals like a pro, among others. This will be added to Tutorial Resources Subject Tracer™. From The Scout Report, Copyright Internet Scout 1994-2016.