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How to Install Mac OS X Yosemite

July 30 2014 Published on #Mac Tips

If you’re eager to get your hands on OS X Yosemite, Apple has released its upcoming operating system as a free beta for the first million downloaders. Though Yosemite has been available to registered members of the Mac Developer Program since June, Apple...

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10 Cool New features in Photos for iOS 8 & Mac Yosemite

June 20 2014 Published on #iOS News, #iOS Tips, #Mac Tips

The new Photos app in Mac OS X and iOS 8 is set to take photography to a whole new level. Here are the new features to be found in Photos for iOS 8 and Mac OS X Yosemite. In amongst the massive range of new features for iOS 8 and Yosemite is a huge boost...

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Top 5 Ways to Get OS X 10.10 Yosemite Now and for Free

June 10 2014 Published on #Mac Tips

What's actually better than buying a new Mac? I'll tell you. Getting the newest possible version of Mac OS X – or OS X as Apple now prefers to call it. Here's how to get Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite now – and for free. Warning! The fastest, cheapest way is...

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Comparison: 7 Ebook Readers for Mac

May 1 2014 Published on #Reviews, #Mac Tips

Read books on your Mac. Sure, tablets and e-ink devices are better ways to read than your computer – and even your phone is nicer than a laptop if you’re on the couch. But sometimes you need to open a book on your Mac. Maybe you’re using a text as a reference...

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How iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 Need to Fix iCloud Keychain

April 29 2014 Published on #iOS Tips, #Mac Tips

iCloud Keychain lets you generate, store, and manage strong, unique passwords between your iPhone, iPad, and/or Mac. In theory, that's an amazing win for both convenience and security. Unfortunately, it's only in theory. Sadly there are two big problems...

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How to Hide & Find Any File On Mac OS X

April 25 2014 Published on #Mac Tips

There’s no straightforward way to quickly hide or reveal hidden files on Mac OS X as there is on Windows – but hide and seek on a Mac is not a particularly hard game to play. Using a few simple Terminal commands you can quickly hide secrets and reveal...

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How To Securely Erase Your SSD Without Destroying It

April 23 2014 Published on #Mac Tips

Solid state drives are frequently referred to as the best upgrade you can make to your PC. Trading off disk space for speed is an increasingly popular option, but just like USB sticks and SD memory cards, SSDs can only be written to a limited number of...

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How to Fix the Bug of Disappearing Camera on Mac OS X 10.9.2

April 17 2014 Published on #Mac Tips

Initially, after updating to OS X 10.9.2, all seemed fine with my 2009 Mac Pro. Then I launched Skype. The application could no longer detect the camera built into my 24-inch Cinema Display. I quickly confirmed that this failure was not specific to Skype....

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How to Make Your Own Movie Trailer With iMovie on Mac

April 14 2014 Published on #Mac Tips

iMovie Main Interface You have lots of short videos from your weekend vacation and you want to compile and share the clips. But you have barely had the time to do it. What can you do? Well, if you are a Mac user, you can quickly compile your holiday clips...

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The Best Ways To Customize Your Mac OS X Mavericks Dock

April 10 2014 Published on #Mac Tips

1. Change Icons With LiteIcon LiteIcon is a lightweight utility for Mavericks that allows you to easily change the icons for any application or folder. LiteIcon is a really simple utility. It will present you with a grid of all the apps you have installed...

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How to Transfer Music and Playlists from iPhone to iTunes On Your PC or Mac

April 10 2014 Published on #Mac Tips

iTunes sync is the perfect example of how an otherwise creative company can mess up a simple media copy/paste operation. Few days back, I had to format my computer due to a technical glitch and I was unaware of the fact that iTunes library files must...

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Microsoft Office for Mac: Is It Any Different?

April 10 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #Mac Tips

Did you know that Microsoft Office was released for Mac before Windows PCs? This now-ubiquitous software has been around since 1989, and is still going strong today as one of the most popular choices for an office suite. There have traditionally been...

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How Can I Extract Audio From An MP4 Or YouTube Video?

April 10 2014 Published on #Mac Tips

Watching YouTube videos is great – but what if you want to just listen? Stripping the audio from a video can let you enjoy YouTube content anywhere. You might even distribute a video podcast on Hangouts as an audio podcast! Dealing With YouTube’s Vast...

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