There’s nothing worse than having a CD/DVD stuck in your Mac, with no way to get it out. Luckily, this short and sweet terminal command can force eject stuck CD from your Mac.
Mac OS X tips & tricks
Mac OS X Mavericks comes with 43 beautiful, stunning and yet, hidden, backgrounds. Use the trick here to access these hidden Mavericks wallpapers
If you are one of those “old” Mac users who are not eligible for free iWork, here is a simple trick to grab the latest iWork for free.
In this tutorial, we show you how to create an OS X Mavericks bootable USB drive and perform a clean install on your Mac.
It makes sense to sell off your old Mac to get some cash to offset the cost of a new Mac/PC. This tutorial shows you how to factory reset your Mac prior to selling it off.
Tired of having folders full of unneeded archive files on your Mac? Learn how to automatically move archive files to trash or delete them after expanding.
By using a hidden menu bar option in Mac OS X, you can add an eject disk button to the menu bar, so that you can easily eject a CD or DVD with one click.
In Mac, you can easily input the dollar sign ($) symbol. What if you need to enter an European dollar sign (€) and other currency symbols? Here is how you do it.
With a single-line terminal command used in Mac OS, you can add half star ratings to your songs in iTunes. Here’s how.
For Mac users, if you have plenty of applications running, you might find that your desktop is cluttered with all sort of application windows. Here are several keyboard shortcuts that you can use to quickly de-clutter your desktop.
Encfs is particularly useful for encrypting files that you want to store in the cloud. Using encfs in Linux and Windows is pretty straightforward as there are installers for both platforms. However, for Mac OS X, installing encfs is not as easy as it should be. Here is how you can install and use encfs in Mac OS X.
You don’t have to add a song to the iTunes library to sync it to your iPhone. Here is how you can transfer music to iPhone without adding it to iTunes library.
The Mac dock is a useful tool in OS X that holds all your favorite apps and or folders, giving you quick access. For those of you who want more out of your Mac dock, there are some great tools available to get more out of this great OS X feature.
As the popularity of animated GIF rises, more people are looking for ways to create animated GIF. Here is a way for you to record your screen in animated GIF format.
The dock in Mac has done a good job in auto-hiding itself when not in use, but it will be better if it comes with the intellihide feature – intelligently hiding itself when there is a need to. Here is how you can add intellihide feature to the dock in Mac.
When you uninstall an app in Mac by dragging it to the Trash, you will leave behind files that are stored elsewhere in the system. With AppTrap, you can be sure that the uninstallation is clean and complete.
Some people will find the notification center in Mac useful while many others will find it useless. If you belong to the latter, here is an easy way to remove the notification center and reclaim back the small icon space in the system tray occupied by the Notification center icon.
The dock in Mac can get messy very fast if you minimize a lot of windows at the same time. Here is a simple trick to quickly reduce dock clutter.