Before I start typing up this tutorial I'm going to start off by letting you people know that I'm making this tutorial for people that really don't understand computers and are completely clueless as to what they should do, so I'm going to make this tutorial extremely simple; complete with pictures.STEP 0: In this tutorial make sure to click on 'Open Spoiler' as this is where the pictures will be at. It will also help if you move everything you download into one folder; it would be best to put it in a folder on your desktop or something. STEP 1: Download the following files listed below - you're going to need these to install the mods correctly! (winrar & forge/mod loader) WINRAR DOWNLOAD HERE (Recommended) FORGE LOADER HERE (Recommended) OR MOD LOADER DOWNLOAD HERE (still requires WinRAR and is not as good as Forge) After opening the file you downloaded your computer should run you through on what to do next - just keep clicking next. STEP 1.5: You will also need to have a mod to install; I'll be using the Too Many Items mod for this. Download link is here Just in case you want to use the same mod I do. STEP 2: Now to get to where your Minecraft is installed. Spoiler (Move your mouse to the spoiler area to reveal the content) Show Spoiler Hide Spoiler 1. Click on the start orb on the bottom right of your screen. 2. In the little text box you see on the bottom left of the window that popped up type in "%appdata%" (without the quotation marks). 3. Click on the folder "Roaming" - it doesn't matter which Roaming folder you click on. Open the .minecraft folder. Open the 'bin' folder. Congrats, You've reached the .minecraft folder! Now it's time to actually mod the game. STEP 3: Spoiler (Move your mouse to the spoiler area to reveal the content) Show Spoiler Hide Spoiler 1. Right click on the 'minecraft' or 'minecraft.jar' file. 2. Open with WinRAR archiver. Modding the file: Spoiler (Move your mouse to the spoiler area to reveal the content) Show Spoiler Hide Spoiler After doing that open up the the mod you downloaded in Step 1 and the 'ModLoader'. After you've done that you can close all the files down and you're finished! You've successfully modded your Minecraft! Well, lowpro. I have completed your challenge. IN YO' FACE!