Apple released a new programming language – swift – back at WWDC 2014, here is what you need to know about it.
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If you want to try out OS X Yosemite, but don’t want to overwrite the existing installation, here is how to dual-boot OS X Yosemite and Mavericks on your Mac.
With Apple having announced the next version of OS X – Yosemite, you will probably be wondering – will my Mac run Yosemite? Check out the list here for the answer.
Apple released the beta version of OS X Yosemite and totally revamped the UI. Here’s a comparison of Yosemite’s UI elements vs that of OS X Mavericks. Check it out.
Along with the latest beta versions of iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite is a range of beautiful wallpapers. The good thing is, they are now available to download for all.
Today, we’ll be showing you how to sign up for the OS X Beta Seed Program, and to download and install OS X Yosemite beta on your Mac.
Every year Apple introduces exciting new changes at the WWDC. This year is no different. The following are the exciting new changes to OS X Yosemite.
One of the main reasons for using Google DNS is that it speeds up your Internet connection. Here’s how you can configure your Mac to work with a Google DNS.
Don’t like the choices in the Recent Places in OS X? Here’s how to clear out that list, manage it, and set the number of entries in Recent Places.
One way to access the files in your server is to use FTP. Here are some of the best FTP clients for Mac with all the features you would ever need.
Occasionally, your Mac will show the wrong storage info of your hard drive. Here is how you can fix wrong hard drive data usage calculation on OS X.
The latest OS X 10.9.3 Mavericks update came with a new missing Users folder bug. If you are affected by this, here’s the fix to restore your Users folder.
The Expose feature in Mac allows you to view all open applications at once. However, there is a bug in Mac that cause Expose to stuck. Here’s the fix.
If you have added Facebook and Twitter to your Mac, you might want to change the privacy settings so other apps don’t post to your accounts without you knowing.
Apple launched the Reminders app in OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. If you are a regular user of Reminders and to-do list, here is how you can share reminders in OS X.
If you have an application that is not working properly, you might want to pause it for a short while. Here is a quick tip to pause and resume applications in OS X.
The OS X keyboard offers additional characters available via the modifier keys. Here is how to enable and use them through the character viewer.
Mistakenly have an OS X language change to something unknown? No issues, we’ve got you covered. Follow these two methods to revert back your language.
Have you ever wanted to add emoticons to file names on your Mac? This article walks you through the steps of doing this.
Mac comes with a built-in tool that helps you record the screen for others to view. No other apps are needed, just QuickTime.