Traveling around the world is fun, provided you have everything planned out. Here are 7 Mac apps for you to manage your trip and make your traveling enjoyable.
Mac OS X tips & tricks
By default, OS X saves the screenshot that you captured in PNG format. Here’s a little trick for you to change the screenshot file format on your Mac.
Watermarking your images is a good way to prevent image theft. Here are five apps that can do watermarking for you on your Mac.
Apple doesn’t allow its users to write to NTFS partition on Mac. Here is the workaround to activate the NTFS write feature in Mac.
One of the many changes in Mac Yosemite is the clicking the green button to go full screen instead of maximizing the window. Here’s a quick tip to maxmize the window without going full screen.
The MAC address helps other peripherals in your network to uniquely identify various components on your PC. Here are 3 easy ways to find the MAC address in OS X.
Have you ever wanted to know exactly how many print jobs have been done on your Mac? You can see the print history using the workaround explained below.
If you are facing printing issues on your Mac, one of the solution is to reset the printers. here’s how you can reset the printing system on your Mac.
The line spacing of the command for the Terminal app in Mac is tiny. Here is how you can change the line spacing in the Terminal app in Mac.
Having trouble setting up VPN on your Mac? Follow this guide to easily connect to a VPN in Mac.
Mac OS X does come with a full featured calendar app, but If you’re looking for an alternative, here are some great calendar app alternatives for your Mac.
Screencasting is a good way to help your friends troubleshoot his computer. Here are some of the best screencasting apps for Mac OS X.
Does your Mac CPU’s fans spin very loudly and the machine become very hot? TG Pro helps you diagnose what’s wrong with your Mac hardware and fix the issue.
If you have forgotten a password that you had entered into Keychain in Mac OS X, you can view the password using the Keychain Access utility. Here’s how.
Leaving the cable plugged to the laptop for hours is bad for the battery. For Mac users, FruitJuice helps you to determine when you should remove the cable and also diagnoses the battery health.
If you are feeling nostalgic and want to play your old DOS game on your Mac, here is how you can do so.
aText allows you to accelerate your typing using abbreviations that expand to their full forms. Check out our aText’s review and stand to win a copy of aText.
Fantastical for Mac allows you to easily add events and working with these calendars as if they were humans. It’s not free, but we have a giveaway event for it. Check it out.