If you are using iBooks on your Mac, you can now get make iBooks read aloud to you by configuring and using Voice Over support on your device.
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One of the bright, main new features of Apple’s latest OS, OS X 10.9 Mavericks, is iBooks. Here are 5 tips and tricks for using iBooks on your Mac:
The Quick Look feature in Mac OS X does not come with a text selection feature for documents, but you can easily enable it using this Terminal command.
This quick tip will show you how to pin the Mac dock to the top or bottom corner of the screen, on the right of left side, via Terminal.
Not using the Dashboard in Mac OS X? Why not get rid of it instead? Here’s how to disable the Dashboard in Mac OS X, and re-enable it if needed.
Know the URL of a file that you want to download from the Internet? Well, you can use the curl command to download files from Terminal in Mac OS X.
While the newer Macs are more energy efficicent, you may still have a poor battery life.Check out which app is draining the most battery in your Mac.
If you are having the Google Drive crashing Finder issue after ugradng to Mavericks, here is the temporary solution to fix it.
For all of you lazy bums, Knock allows you to unlock your Mac by knocking twice on a paired iPhone. Will this make you more productive? Read on to find out.
Don’t want your personal notifications displayed for the world to see your Mac? Here’s how to disable notifications on the lock screen on a per-app basis.
Want to copy and paste or cut and paste an item right from Spotlight on your Mac? It’s easier than you think! Just follow these steps.
While the App nap is useful, you might want to disable it for certain apps. Find out how to disable App Nap in Mac OS Mavericks on a per-app basis.
The new Control Center on iOS7 is very handy for accessing a number of important apps and toggles. Controls+ is an app that brings similar functionality to Mac.
Is your mouse pointer too small in OS X Mavericks? Have no fear, here is how you can make your mouse pointer bigger and easier to see.
Don’t want anyone peeking at your attachment in the Mac OS X Mail app? Here’s a quick tip that will show you how to disable attachment previews.
Apple improved its Dictation service in Mavericks and made it available offline. Here’s how you can make full use of this offline Dictation feature.
In addition to Facebook and Twitter, OS X Mavericks also lets you post to Linkedin from the Notification Center. Here’s how to set it up.
Want to insert smilies and symbols into your tweets and/or Facebook status messages? If so, here’s how you can use Emoji in Mac OS X Mavericks.
If you need to troubleshoot an issue on your Mac, the best way to do this is to initiate a Safe Boot and run in safe mode. Here are the steps to do so.
Enjoying the newest version of Safari in OS X Mavericks, but hating the new zoom feature? Here’s how to easily disable the smart zoom feature.