Have Scroll Bars Always Appear

by File in: OS X

One feature I really liked about OS X Snow Leopard was the fact that I could always see my scroll bars within applications. For some reason I felt good knowing exactly where I was on a webpage or text box. However, when I upgraded to OS X Lion, this was nowhere to be found as […]

Viewing Available Hard Drive Space

by File in: OS X

If you think you’re close to filling up your Mac’s hard drive, it may be a good time to look and see how much storage you have left so you can budget for a new drive. In this tutorial we will be showing you how to view your available hard drive space in OS X […]

Customizing Your Mac’s Clock

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If you spend hours a day on your Mac, you probably glance at your Mac’s clock a few times a day to check on the time. This is why it’s important to tweak the clock to your liking by using your Mac’s built-in clock customization options. We will be showing you how to access these […]

Recovering Your iOS Devices With Find My iPhone

by File in: iOS

One awesome thing about iCloud is ‘Find my iPhone’. This service allows you to track and recover your Macs, iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches if they’re ever lost or (God forbid) stolen. This service is free with all iOS devices. But what happens when you actually lose a device? How do you recover it, send […]

Hiding The “Explicit” Label In iTunes

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If you’re the only one who uses your Mac and listens to explicit music, you may find the “explicit” labels annoying within iTunes as these labels are meant for families who share Macs. If you would like to hide these labels from your iTunes library, you’re in luck. In this tutorial we will be showing […]

Roundup – Best Mac Repair Tutorial Websites

by File in: Hardware

If you’re like me, you probably want to fix your own Mac hardware problems when an issues arises. While this may take a bit more time and effort than simply dropping your Mac off at a repair shop, fixing your own Mac can save you a ton of money in the end. To perform these […]

Case Review – Cygnett Alumni for new iPad/iPad 2

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If you love your iPad, but want to add some extra protection and function to your tablet, read on! In this article we will be reviewing an iPad case which does just that. This case goes by the name ‘Alumni’ and is manufactured by Cygnett, a respected name in the iOS accessory industry. In this […]

Managing Boot Applications

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Launching applications on boot can save you a ton of time and can increase your productivity. And while this may sound like a good idea in theory, many users aren’t sure how to enable applications to launch on boot. Because of this, we wanted to show you how to easily manage your boot apps as […]

Worth Buying the 15-inch MacBook Pro Retina Now?

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The 15″ retina display MacBook Pro that has just recently been released is the main focus of many Apple websites and tech blogs. Apple is also pushing the new laptop heavily through television advertising. However, the way that Apple has decided to debut and market this new MacBook Pro is very untraditional, compared to other […]

Setting Custom Keystrokes for Mission Control and Launchpad

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Mission Control is a great feature of OS X Lion which gives you an overview of all open windows, applications and desktops on your Mac. And while Mission Control is a breeze to use, it can be annoying and tedious to activate it. That’s when we come in. In this tutorial we will be showing […]