In this article, we go over some of the best productivity hacks with hidden or forgotten features of OS X. Let’s check them out.
Mac OS X tips & tricks
Although they’ve been around since 2004, you don’t hear a lot about Smart Folders. So let’s look at Smart Folders, how they work & some cool uses for them.
This article discusses the essential Mac shortcuts needed to work fast and efficiently. Here’s a short, targeted list that is easy to remember.
Do you record interviews for video blogs? In this article we look at various ways to capture your video conversations on Mac with both FaceTime and Skype.
For those who need to access the hidden files frequently in OS X, here is a way to add a keyboard shortcut to quickly reveal hidden files in OS X.
You can use the Command+Tab shortcut to switch programs, but you can also use the dock. Here is how you can customize your dock to be a command+tab replacement.
In this article, we will look at the top 5 OS X maintenance tips which can help you maintain peak performance in your machine over many years.
If you are looking for the easiest and fastest way to resize and optimize photos on your Mac, here is the way to do it with iPhoto.
Want to empty the trash in OS X but the system says the files are “in use”? Find out how to get around this annoying message to delete files.
If you don’t like to install apps like Flux, you can still manually adjust the color temperature on your Mac. Here are the steps to follow.
There are many reasons to expose hidden files and a few ways to turn them on and off. In this article, we will cover the simplest ways.
In this article, we show how to manually code, submit and host your podcasts so they appear and pop up on iTunes for your future subscribers to download.
Did you know that you can use the Voiceover system in Mac OS X to produce audiobooks and spoken word prompts? In this article, we’ll show you how.
Sometimes, you may want to remove a password from a PDF file so that anyone can view it. Here’s how to do that using Preview in Mac OS.
Do you have a lot of old USB thumb drives lying around? This article explains how to turn old USB drives into a mini RAID on Mac OS X to give them new life.
The Root user account on Mac allows you to modify the system files. Apple disabled it by default, but you can enable it if you wish. Here’s how you can do it.
If you want to use an old USB keyboard for your Macbook, here is how you can configure the USB keyboard to work seamlessly with your MacBook.
Are you looking for a way to quickly hide the desktop icons so others can’t see what you have placed on your desktop? Here is how you can do so on Mac.