Force-quitting an unresponsive app is a quick and effective way to prevent your system from crashing. Here are some ways to force quit applications in Mac OS X.
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To keep your data secure, the best way is to put it inside a lock that can only be opened by you. Here is how you can password protect folders in Mac.
In very unfortunate cases when your Mac is stolen or lost, you can make use of the remote actions to remotely wipe your Mac so others can’t access your data. Here’s how it works.
The default screen capture tool in Mac OS X is pretty nifty, except that it doesn’t allow you to take screenshot of login screen. Here is how you can overcome the limitation.
One of Steve Jobs famous speeches is the one he presented in Stanford University, named “Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish”. If you have missed it, you can access it in OS X Pages.
There may be many moments when you want to simply turn off your Mac’s display without shutting down the entire system. Here are a few ways to do it.
Apple introduced a feature back in OS X 10.7 Lion which allows the user to add custom text to your Mac’s login screen. Here’s how you can do so.
It is easy to use Cmd + C/ Cmd + V to copy/paste, but do you know you can do the same simply by dragging and dropping the selected text?