There are a number of to-do lists for Mac and here we have chosen the top five that we think you should have on your machine.
Mac OS X tips & tricks
If you just got a new Mac, the first thing to do is to know which apps to install. Here are some essential apps for Mac you should install on the machine.
While Mac OSX comes with many fonts for you to choose, finding the right one can be a tedious job. Here are 4 ways to preview fonts in OSX.
Looking to run Windows applications on Mac OS X, but don’t want to install the whole Windows OS? Wineskin is your best bet.
The latest update to Twitter app adds the image preview feature. Luckily, you can disable image preview in Twitter for a clutter-free timeline.
Dislike the popping sound when you adjust the volume in Mac OS X? Here are two ways to disable the popping sound, permanently and temporary.
If you have a good collection of music library, you probably have plenty of duplicated items in it. Here is how you can find duplicate items in iTunes.
If you are the only user for your Mac, it can be troublesome to enter the password everytime. Here is how you can enable automatic login on startup.
PDF forms usually come with fields where you can fill them in. Here is how you can flatten the PDF form and make the content uneditable in OS X.
If you use Safari in OS X Mavericks, you can use Apple’s Secure Credit Card storage feature in the browser to store your credit card info locally in Safari.
Lose your mouse cursor on your screen? Follow these simple tips to increase the mouse cursor size, leading to a better experience.
You will occasionally need to move large files from one Mac to another. Here are a few built-in options you can use to transfer large files between Macs.
Sometimes, you might want to use another app to open that particular file in Mac OSX. Here is how you can change the default app in Mac OS X.
Every Mac has a specific serial number that is required for warranty service. Here are 4 methods you can use to find your Mac’s serial number.
Spotlight in Mac OSX is more than just a search engine. You can also cut, copy and paste files directly from the Spotlight window. Here is how you can do it.
Mac doesn’t allow you to access other user accounts by default. Here is how you can share files and folders with another user in your Mac.
If you have a long list of user accounts in your OS X login screen, you can follow these steps to hide user accounts and show an “Other” option instead.