In Linux, you can hide a file by adding a “.” to the beginning of the filename. In Mac, you can use the chflags command to hide files or folders.
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If you are a Mac user, you will know that it doesn’t allows you to permanently delete files from the context menu. Wouldn’t it be great if you can add a “Delete” option in the context menu so you can quickly and easily delete the file/folder?
While there are lots of applications that allow you to create self-extracting archive, here is how you can do it with the native tool that come in your OS.
If you’re one of those who uses iTunes to listen to music, you may be looking for easier ways to control it while doing other things on your Mac. We’ll take a look at 6 Mac apps that allow you to control iTunes from the menu bar.
Are you tired of limitations and restrictions that are included with most cloud sharing services and email services? With Minbox, you can send files of any size and type fast – often within seconds.
One of the restriction with cloud storage services is that you are confined to a single folder where have to place your files for them to be synced to the cloud. MacDropAny is a simple app for Mac that lets you easily sync any folder on your Mac with your favorite cloud storage.
While taking the screenshot, what if you have selected a region at a corner of the screen, only to discover that the region you want is at the other corner of the screen? Here is a neat trick that allows you to move the selected region to another part of the screen.
If there are multiple users on your Mac, you can easily make a folder private in Mac OS X with this simple trick.
Do you know that other than video conferencing, you can send offline video messages in Skype as well? As long as you have a web cam, you can send anyone an offline video message for them to receive when they login to Skype.
While there are tons of applications that you can use to batch resize images, nothing beats the command line to get things done quickly and efficiently. In Mac, you can easily batch resize images with this command.