You don’t really need to install third-party apps to convert videos on Mac. Here’s how you can convert video easily and for free in Mac OS X.
Mac OS X tips & tricks
There are multiple ways to lock the display on a Mac, and it’s up to you to decide which one you want to use. Here are all of them.
In this article, we organise your communications with Smart Mailboxes to help you ignore the clutter and focus on your important correspondence.
In this article, we will learn how easy it is to customise your terminal window in Mac OS X to make it more readable and also more fun to use.
Did you know there’s a way to place screenshots somewhere else on your Mac instead of the desktop? Here’s how to change the default screenshot save folder.
Few people use the powerful OS X batch processing and automation app Automator. In this article we show you four cool things you can do with Automator.
This guide will help you find large files on your Mac that you don’t use anymore and delete them to free up space for new files.
The iPhoto app automatically launches each time you connect your iPhone or a media device to your Mac. Here’s how to stop it from automatically launching.
While it might be a no-brainer for some people, it is still worth deliberating the merits of each MacBook model. Find out which MacBook you should choose.
ControlAir is a free app on the Mac App Store that lets you control your machine using your hand gestures. Here’s how to get started with it.
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.
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.