This guide shows you two ways to extract icons from apps on your Mac. Luckily, the built-in utilities on your Mac make this an easy task. Let’s get started.
Mac OS X tips & tricks
Here we explain the symptoms of an ‘infection’ and show how you can remove despicable and sneaky adware (like MacItNow) from your Mac and default browser.
AndroidTool is a Mac app that can record the screen of your Android from your Mac. It also includes one-click screenshots & APK installations. Check it out.
Every Mac has its own specific Model Identifier that may be needed for support (e.g. repairs), etc. Here’s how to find your Mac’s version if needed.
Converting a Windows file to a file format that is usable on a Mac isn’t always easy. This guide features various online & offline tools to help with that.
In this guide, we talk about the Recovery Disk on Mac OS X and how to prepare for the worst by making a copy of it as a bootable recovery disk.
Adding image effects to Preview is a simple three step workflow, combined into one. In this article, we will show you how to do it.
If you want to see how a site looks in a specific browser, you can change the user agent in Safari on Mac and pretend to be another browser. Here’s how.
Retro gaming is fun, but antique game consoles can be expensive! Fortunately there are free emulators out there for OS X Yosemite that run classic games.
While the screenshots with drop shadows look good, some may prefer plain captures. Here are three ways to capture a screenshot without drop shadows.
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.
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.