Do you have a lot of browser bookmarks in Firefox and/or Google Chrome? If so, I’m sure you’d like an easy way to search through them on your Mac – like you can with Safari bookmarks. Luckily, the Brow Mac app makes that all possibly in just a few short, simple steps.
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How often do you open the Activity Monitor on your Mac, just to quit a running application? If you’re looking for a really quick way to kill running applications, here is a simple Mac app that lives in the menu bar and lets you kill running applications in one click.
Do you have trouble remembering all the keyboard shortcuts in Mac OS X? Bookmark this list of keyboard shortcut now. Better still, download the cheat sheet and keep it with you all the time.
Does your Mac often go to sleep at inconvenient times, like when you’re watching a movie or listening to music? Do you wish that you could have your Mac go to sleep at a specific time of the day?
The default browser in Mac is Safari and there doesn’t seem to be a quick and easy way to change it. This article will show you how to change the default browser on Mac from the menu bar.
Home Sharing in iTunes allows for multiple computers, regardless of their operation system, to share iTunes contents together. This has been helpful for everything from sharing content between computers within the house. This article will discuss how to set up Home Sharing in iTunes and dive into sharing content between computers.
Without any third party software, you can get your Mac to automatically resize an image when you place it in a specific folder. Here is how you can do so.
Do you have a favorite webpage that you like to check multiple times a day? How about turning it into your desktop wallpaper so you can quickly access to your favorite webpage without having to open your browser.
GrabBox is a Mac app that saves native screenshots to your Dropbox Public folder, and then copies the URL to the clipboard for sharing.
Few people make use of the Automator for Mac, either because they think it is too difficult to use, or they feel that the program doesn’t provide a benefit for them. Today, we will show you 4 useful workflow that you can do with Automator for OS X.
Font Book is the area of the Mac where you are able to view, delete, and download new fonts. It’s an aspect of Mac that not all users discover. In this article, we will go through the Font Book in details and let you know what you can do with it.
If you are using Mac and find that your cursor is moving too slowly when you press the Left/Right arrow button, here is how you can adjust the cursor moving speed.
Do you have a huge mess of files and documents on your Mac as well as in your cloud storage services like Dropbox and Google Drive? If so, you can now use Found to search for files that are on your Mac as well as in the Cloud.
Are you bored with your current Mac Login screen or just looking to change it up a little bit? Here is how you can change the Login screen’s default background image and logo in a matter of minutes.
With many individuals recommending that you have a different password for separate websites and services, it becomes more crucial than ever to have a safe place to keep your passwords. In Mac, the Keychain Access is the safe place that Apple created for you.
The Mac dock is the region on your Mac where you can have access to your entire computer. The following will take a closer look at what it’s capable of.
Task Till Dawn is an automation tool for Mac. The application allows for you to have applications automatically launch along with files as well. You can have this set for certain times during the day to automate your Mac.
If you’re a fan of the multitasking feature in iOS, you can now have it on your Mac OS X desktop as well. TaskBoard brings iOS style multitasking to the desktop. You can use it to see all of your running applications, and switch between them with a single click.
You may know most of the settings in your Mac, but when it comes to all the applications in the Utilities folder, such as Console or Migration Assistant, do you know what are their uses? Today, we will demystify the Mac Utilities folder and give a basic synopsis of each application in the Utilities folder..
One of the downsides of Mac OS is that there’s no native/internal window management feature. I hate to admit it, but in this manner, Windows OS definitely trumps Mac OS. Luckily, us Mac users have numerous apps that we can use to help us achieve window management bliss.