macOS has a Quick Look feature for users to quickly preview the content of a file. You can also get this Quick Look feature in Windows 10. Find out how.
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You don’t always need Photoshop to do simple photo editing. Here are some of the best photo editors for Mac for your everyday photo editing.
The Quicklook feature in Mac’s Finder only supports .mov and MPEG-related formats for video. QLVideo adds support for extra video types to Quicklook.
If you want to find out what’s happening in another workspace without switching over, you can now get a live preview of another workspace in Ubuntu. Here’s how.
Checking out a bunch of files and folders can be a tedious process. Here is a way to quickly preview files in Ubuntu without having to open them.
You might think you need Adobe software to manipulate PDFs, but MacOS’s Preview is much more powerful than it seems. Check out some of its hidden features that might save you trip into Acrobat.
Have a PDF file that you want to split so that you can save just the pages needed? Here’s how you can easily and quickly split PDF files on your Mac.
If you have a PDF document and wish to extract a single page from it, here’s how you can go about doing that on your Mac.
If you want to join images either vertically or horizontally, you can use the built-in Preview app on your Mac to do so. Here’s how it’s done.
Adding image effects to Preview is a simple three step workflow, combined into one. In this article, we will show you how to do it.
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.
Do you feel that the preview thumbnail in Windows is taking too long to show up? Here’s a simple tweak for you to change the Windows taskbar preview time.
With CoolPreviews for Firefox, you can now check links before you click, specifically shortened ones, to make sure they don’t lead to unsecure sites.
Occasionally you will have use for a transparent images. To make an image transparent in Mac OS X, use one of the following methods
For converting images from one format to another, you don’t need an expensive tool. For Mac user, you can easily use Preview to convert images.
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.
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.
Don’t want anyone peeking at your attachment in the Mac OS X Mail app? Here’s a quick tip that will show you how to disable attachment previews.