OS X – Open a New Window for Folders Instead of a Tab

With the arrival of Mac OS X Mavericks, we were lucky enough to have a plethora of new features, some amazing and others not so great. But one of the best new features that it offered was tabbed window support, which made it so when you opened a new Finder it would launch as a […]

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5 Awesome iPhone Music Apps That Are Not Well Known

With so many different music apps currently available on the App Store it can be really confusing trying to understand the difference between all of them in addition to choosing which one best fits your preferences. Amazingly enough though most of the music applications in the App Store do different things from creating music, different […]

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Cool Hidden Mac OS Tricks for the Everyday User

If you are a Mac lover and a diehard fan then it is time to dig in and learn some cool features and tricks about the operating systems. There are so many hidden tricks to learn about they you probably have no clue about. Some tricks help you customize your Mac experience visually and other […]

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How to Record/Capture Your Screen on a Mac OS X for Free

Many people assume that you need a robust and expensive piece of software in order to record your Mac screen and to create a professional screencast. Although there are many expensive, robust and dynamic screen recording software’s available such as Camtasia, Movavi and Screenflick; there is also one very popular yet hidden software you can […]

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3 Ways To Receive Gmail Notifications On Your Mac OS X

With there being so many new ways to communicate with each other, such as Twitter and Facebook, you may quickly forget how email is still the top dominant way to communicate online. Most of use primarily use Gmail for out free email hosting because of the friendly user interface in addition to how it has […]

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How to Refresh a Finder Window in Mac OS X

With the Mac OS X updates, there were quite a bit of changes that left Mac users confused and a bit frustrated with design implementations. One of the biggest changes that did not go so well with Mac users was the lack of a refresh button to refresh a directory or window when something has […]

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Fun & Useful Windows 8 Applications

With Widows switching over to application base from program based there has been a plethora of solid applications that have been released since Windows 8 has been launched. We are beginning to see more applications that rival with Mac OS X applications and look forward to see what the future holds for Windows 8 and […]

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Mac OS X – Tips To Unclutter Your Desktop

Almost everyone could agree that it is very easy to collect clutter on the desktop, even when we do our best to maintain it all. Kind of amazing how quickly our virtual workplaces can become cluttered with applications, files, folders, programs and other stuff that just seems to be in the way. But you are […]

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13 Essential Windows 8 Keyboard Shortcuts

Many Windows 8 users would agree that there is quite the learning curve when switching from Windows 7 or even Mac OS. Although most of it just has to do with the user-interface; it may take sometime to become comfortable enough with the operating system. Until you get comfortable you may want to utilize some […]

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5 Tips to Help You Without a Windows 8 Start Button

When you first start checking out your new Windows 8 machine you will quickly realize that the desktop is virtually identical to Windows 7, but without one little small detail…no Start Menu button! Although you may think that you now have no clue how to use your computer, it is actually pretty easy to learn […]

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