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Did you know that Automator on Mac is a great way to automate your workflow? You can even use it to back up contacts in OS X. Here’s how.
Tired of your account name taking up extra room on your Mac’s menu bar? Here’s how to remove your name from the menu bar to get your space back.
In El Capitan you can find where the cursor is by shaking your fingers on the trackpad to make the cursor get bigger. Don’t like this effect? Here’s how to disable it.
Did you know there’s a way to automatically hide the menu bar on your Mac so that you don’t see it unless you move your cursor near it? Here’s how it’s done.
NetSpot is a free utility (with a Pro version) for Mac OS X that makes it easy to map out your wireless network. Here’s how to use it to optimize your Wifi Networks.
Formatting a drive on your Mac is quite easy, though it isn’t as evident and obvious as it is on a PC. You can format an external drive in OS X using Disk Utility and Terminal. Here’s how to do so.
Looking for a dual pane file manager for OS X? Commander One is just that. Built from the ground up with Swift programming language, it supports OS X 10.9+.
Safari in OS X 10.11 El Capitan has a useful feature: pinned sites. It appears as a tiny square icon, located to the left of your tabs and never goes away.
If you’re looking to download and perform a clean install of OS X El Capitan on your Mac, this installation guide will take you through the process.
In addition to customizing the Mac Dock to your liking by adding/removing application shortcuts, you can also add a Recent Items stack to it. Here’s how.
Do you frequently use the Favorites sidebar in the Finder app on your Mac? If so, you may want to edit it whenever you’d like. Here’s how to do that.
Launchpad on Mac allows you to manage and organize your apps just like you would on an iPad or iPhone. Here are some tips to help you make the most of it.
The power chime is a feature in the new Macbook. Using Terminal you can get the chime to sound when you plug in your Mac to your power outlet. Here’s how.
Apple presented its latest version of OS X, El Capitan, at WWDC. Let’s check out what’s new with this latest release.
Every Mac has its own specific Model Identifier that may be needed for support (e.g. repairs), etc. Here’s how to find your Mac’s version if needed.
In this article, we go over some of the best productivity hacks with hidden or forgotten features of OS X. Let’s check them out.
Although they’ve been around since 2004, you don’t hear a lot about Smart Folders. So let’s look at Smart Folders, how they work & some cool uses for them.