Preview in Mac may be around for a long time, but there are still plenty of features that are not known to many. If you are a Mac user, here are 7 Previews secrets you need to know.
The guest account in Mountain Lion is there as a safety precaution in case you ever lose your Mac, but if you are adamant about removing it, here is how you can do so.
There are plenty of hidden features in Mac that you probably don’t know about. Here is a quick and easy way to uncover these hidden features and customize your Mac to your liking.
Compressing your files can help you save space and free up the miscellaneous space for other uses. Here is how you can quickly compress files in Mac.
The latest update in the iBook Author has added several new features that make it a better, and easier tool to create your ebook. Today, we will look at the new updates and how they will impact you.
Do you find that your Mac often moves slower than you would like it to? Does it often slow down to a crawl forcing you to quit (or force quit) applications just to get it back up to speed?
Do you hate the way Apple Mail on the Mac automatically marks email messages as read as soon as you click on them? Do you wish there was a way to either delay the mark as read function or totally stop it from happening? If so, you’re not alone! And here’s the fix.
Some of the menu items in Mac come with a default keyboard shortcut, but many of them don’t. Here is how you can easily create keyboard shortcut for Mac menu items.
Instafun is a Mac app that reminds you to have fun. It gives you instant access to fun and interesting images and Internet memes from your menu bar.
While there are plenty of note editor for Mac, what are your options when it comes to a note taking app that is simple, lightweight and great for quick note taking? Noted could be the one you are looking for.
There are plenty of download manager and bit-torrent client for Windows and Linux, but what about Mac? If you are looking for a download and torrent manager, Folx could be the one for you.
Apple introduced the Reminders app in Mountain Lion. With a little configuration, you can now share your reminders with your friends via iCloud. Here’s how you can do it.
Although the Finder in Mac is the most important app that allows you to access your files and folder, some of its features are limited and doesn’t work as well as it should be. XtraFinder is a free plugin for Finder that adds tabs, new menu items and other useful features to Finder and make it more user-friendly.
Do you post to Twitter and Facebook often from your Mac? If you tweet or post to Facebook often, you can use Eggy to create keyboard shortcuts for posting to Twitter and Facebook. Eggy eliminates the need to open the Notification Center just to post an update. Instead you can post in just one step, by using a keyboard shortcut.
One feature that’s always handy to have, but missing in many applications is a character and word count function. Here is how you can access word counts at your beck and call with just a right click. Mac only.
Searching for apps on iOS 6 is not a user-friendly task as the search list only show 1 result at a time. Here’s a quick and easy way that you can use to quickly browse and compare several apps on your browser without having to install additional software.
Do you use more than one social network? More than likely, you do and I bet you’d love a stylish way to bring them all together, so that you can use them from a single location. Right? If so, Streamified is a great choice for the job.
In the Apple event today, they announced new updates to the iPad model and multiple Mac models. The main focus, is of course, centered on the iPad Mini. If you have missed the event, here is the recap.
Mountain Lion’s Notification Center really makes it easy to keep up with your social networking accounts (Facebook Twitter), new email messages, birthdays, events, Game Center requests and much more. Plus, now with the new Mac app Reader Notifier, you can also use the Notification Center to keep up with your favorite RSS feeds.
The number of startup apps will determine how fast your system will run. Here’s how you can customize your login apps in Mac and configure which apps should show up and which one should not.