Compressing your files can help you save space and free up the miscellaneous space for other uses. Here is how you can quickly compress files in Mac.
Articles by AJ Dellinger
Some of the menu items in Mac come with a default keyboard shortcut, but many of them don’t. Here is how you can easily create keyboard shortcut for Mac menu items.
One feature that’s always handy to have, but missing in many applications is a character and word count function. Here is how you can access word counts at your beck and call with just a right click. Mac only.
The number of startup apps will determine how fast your system will run. Here’s how you can customize your login apps in Mac and configure which apps should show up and which one should not.
While certain emails are important, sometime it can be annoying if you have too much of it all coming at once. A simple trick that you can use to prevent yourself from emails overloading is to increase the mail checking interval so you have time to clear one batch of mails, have a rest, before clearing another batch.
It can be irritating to find the Finder menu’s “Open With” option fill up with unnecessary programs. This tutorial shows you how to remove those unnecessary app from the Open With list.
While the Address Book app is the default app for contact management on Apple devices, that doesn’t mean it is the best. Cobook is a pretty unbeatable app if you’re in need of constant communication with your Google Contacts on your Mac.
Sometimes, you just need your Mac to be up and running at a certain time of the day when you are not around. This trick will keep your Mac rise and shine, or get to bed at the time you want it to be.
One of the most frustrating moments that a person can experience is the untimely appearance of the spinning rainbow wheel. If you’re getting taunted by that rotating circle of colors, then it might be time to start taking action against it. We’ve got a few commands you can take into Terminal to combat that colorful bringer of death.
If you haven’t snagged Mountain Lion yet, but want to experience some of the more notable features, here’s a couple ways to disguise your version of OS X to feel like Mountain Lion.