Launchpad on Mac allows you to manage and organize your apps just like you would on an iPad or iPhone. Here are some tips to help you make the most of it.
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Do you wish for a way to remove the lengthy time stamp from screenshot file names on your Mac? Keep reading to find out how..
If you’re someone who isn’t ready to adopt Apple Music, there’s a way to hide Apple Music and remove it from iTunes on your Mac. This tutorial shows how.
If you want to resize multiple images in one go on your Mac, you can do so using the built-in Preview app. Here’s how it’s done.
Are you looking for ways to easily open a current tab of Chrome in Firefox? Here’s a simple trick that you can use in Mac OS X.
Often while working with local files you may need to launch Terminal in your current folder location. Here’s how to do that on your Mac.
Besides storing WiFi passwords, the Mac Keychain Access app stores a number of other passwords. Here’s how to use it to retrieve a forgotten WiFi password.
The Option key on the Mac isn’t an ordinary key; it gives added functionality. Here are 7 things you can do with the option key to boost everyday tasks.
The power chime is a feature in the new Macbook. Using Terminal you can get the chime to sound when you plug in your Mac to your power outlet. Here’s how.
Pepakura Designer 3 is a popular Windows program for making real world papercraft models from 3D digital models. Here’s how to get it running on Mac.
CloudFogger can easily encrypt your files in Windows and Mac. It can also be used to encrypt Dropbox files. Here’s how to use it.
If you’re a fan of GIFs & looking for a quick & easy way to search and send GIF files on your Mac, here are two apps (plus a bonus Chorme extension) to help.
Making music on Mac is easy but sometimes suffers due to the speed of your system. In this article we show how to reduce latency and make your music flow.
iCloud Storage only gives you 5GB of storage. If you’re already close to the limit and need to free up some space ASAP, here’s how to do that on Mac & iOS.
Often while troubleshooting you may need to know when an app was installed on your Mac. Luckily, it’s easy to find that out. Here’s how it’s done.
Use TextEdit on Mac? If the majority of your work requires documents without formatting, you should set plain text as the default text mode. Here’s how.
What if there was a way for you to quickly open your current Safari webpage in the Google Chrome browser on your Mac with a single-click? Luckily, there is!
iPhoto is no longer the only photo management app for Mac. With OS X Yosemite, you have a new app called Photos. Want to get iPhoto back? Keep reading.
The trackpad on your Mac supports many gestures. Luckily, an app called Riverflow lets you assign even more gestures to keyboard shortcuts. Check it out.
One of the best ways to get the most out of Terminal is to learn what it can do. Here are ten terminal commands for Mac that you should know.