Mac OS X Lion comes with easier ways to manage the app windows. Here are some tips and tricks to help you resize windows like a pro in Mac OS X.
Mac OS X tips & tricks
Need to know how to run a Python script in Mac OS X? Don’t worry, it’s quick and easy, just follow these few steps.
Safari may not be the default browser for many people, but it is well-integrated with Mac and has features that other browsers don’t have.
If you need to quickly launch a program in OS X, one useful option is to bind it to a keyboard shortcut. Here is how you can create hot keys for apps in OSX.
Looking to be a Mac power user? Then you can’t miss out these hidden or little-known tips for Mac OSX. We’ve compiled 8 of the most useful ones in this post.
This quick tip will show you how to merge multiple Finder windows into a single tabbed window via a custom keyboard shortcut in OS X Mavericks.
If your external hard drive is not working in Mac, or you need it in a Mac-specific format, here is how you can set up external drive for use with Mac.
Don’t like the new automatic updates feature in OS X Mavericks? Here’s how you can disable automatic app updates so that you can update them manually.
This tutorial will show you how to schedule your Mac to start up and shut down at a specific day and time – every day or just a single day.
Are there some Preference Pane items you don’t use in System Preferences? If so, here’s how you can hide Preference Pane icons in Mac OS X.
Do you prefer the translucent look of the Mac dock found in Mountain Lion? If so, here’s a quick tip to make the Mac dock translucent in OS XMavericks.
If you are using iBooks on your Mac, you can now get make iBooks read aloud to you by configuring and using Voice Over support on your device.
One of the bright, main new features of Apple’s latest OS, OS X 10.9 Mavericks, is iBooks. Here are 5 tips and tricks for using iBooks on your Mac:
The Quick Look feature in Mac OS X does not come with a text selection feature for documents, but you can easily enable it using this Terminal command.
This quick tip will show you how to pin the Mac dock to the top or bottom corner of the screen, on the right of left side, via Terminal.
Not using the Dashboard in Mac OS X? Why not get rid of it instead? Here’s how to disable the Dashboard in Mac OS X, and re-enable it if needed.
Know the URL of a file that you want to download from the Internet? Well, you can use the curl command to download files from Terminal in Mac OS X.
While the newer Macs are more energy efficicent, you may still have a poor battery life.Check out which app is draining the most battery in your Mac.