Quicksand is a useful tool for Mac that automatically sync your recently opened files to the cloud so you can continue to edit your files on another device.
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One of the new features in OS X Yosemite is the Markup feature in Mail, which allows you to perform edits and annotations to a PDF or image file. Here’s how it works.
If you own multiple Macs, you can just download one copy of OS X Yosemite, create a bootable USB drive and install on all of them. Here’s how to do it.
On some older/slower Mac, you may find the mouse cursor on your screen completely unresponsive. Here are some of the fixes you can use.
If you have previously dual-booted your OS X with Ubuntu, and you have upgraded to Yosemite, you will lose the dual boot. Here is the solution to fix the dual-boot issue.
As part of the overhaul of OS X, there is also a radical redesign of iTunes 12. Let’s check it out and see if it has changed for the better.
By default, you won’t be able to search for system files in OS X’s Finder or Spotlight. Here is a quick and simple way to search for system files in Finder.
There are plenty of FTP clients for Mac users. Some are simple while others require a fee. Here we have complied a list of the best FTP clients for Mac.
A lot of you might have your own method to convert a text file to another format. Here’s a simple way to batch convert text files to other format in Mac. Check it out.
When you install a new application in Mac OS X, it might add several entries to the context menu. Here’s how to remove duplicate entry from context menu.