In this article, we will look at the top 5 OS X maintenance tips which can help you maintain peak performance in your machine over many years.
Want to empty the trash in OS X but the system says the files are “in use”? Find out how to get around this annoying message to delete files.
Sometimes, you may want to remove a password from a PDF file so that anyone can view it. Here’s how to do that using Preview in Mac OS.
Some of you might want to change the rate at which your OS X text cursor blinks. Here is the way to change this rate.
The default highlighted text color in OS X is blue, but you can change it to any color you want. Here is how you can change highlighted text color in OS X.
Wondering how subscribers read your email newsletter in their mobile devices? Here’s a tool to create responsive newsletters in Mac without coding.
By default, you won’t be able to search for system files in OS X’s Finder or Spotlight. Here is a quick and simple way to search for system files in Finder.
When you install a new application in Mac OS X, it might add several entries to the context menu. Here’s how to remove duplicate entry from context menu.
Apple introduced a feature back in OS X 10.7 Lion which allows the user to add custom text to your Mac’s login screen. Here’s how you can do so.
It is easy to use Cmd + C/ Cmd + V to copy/paste, but do you know you can do the same simply by dragging and dropping the selected text?
Don’t like the choices in the Recent Places in OS X? Here’s how to clear out that list, manage it, and set the number of entries in Recent Places.
Occasionally, your Mac will show the wrong storage info of your hard drive. Here is how you can fix wrong hard drive data usage calculation on OS X.
If you have added Facebook and Twitter to your Mac, you might want to change the privacy settings so other apps don’t post to your accounts without you knowing.
Mistakenly have an OS X language change to something unknown? No issues, we’ve got you covered. Follow these two methods to revert back your language.
If you’re using a PDF document with some sensitive information, the easiest method to password protect it is to simply encrypt the PDF file.
The easiest way to select a startup disk in OSX is to press the Option key while booting up. However, there are some constraints, and here is the solution.
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While working on your Mac, you are bound to use the copy and paste feature to copy and move things around. In most cases, every time you copy a link/text/document, it only works for one instance of the “paste”. You can’t “paste” several times for each “copy”. ClipMenu is a small, lightweight and useful clipboard […]
Learning at a prestigious college is an opportunity possible for very few. From Harvard to Stanford, the admission criteria for most of those colleges prevented many from attending. However, would you ever believe that you could learn from the professors of many of these colleges straight from your Mac and iOS device, as if you […]
Apple’s latest big cat is a great deal for Mac owners, introducing some much needed changes, exciting features and increased eye candy too. However, like any operating system, OS X Lion has its quirks and there’s a few design choices which may irk longtime Mac OS users. Read on below for a selection of these […]