Using the Terminal to Identify Network Settings

by File in: Terminal

There are several ways of finding or changing your wireless network settings using your Mac.  Inputting command line into the Terminal is one of the quickest ways to manage your network without switching through several different screens. Your Terminal screen can be located by opening Finder and going to your Applications folder, and then into […]

How To Increase Page Load Speed in Safari

by File in: Safari

Most Mac users have experienced slow load times on Safari at least once.  You open one too many windows or you go to the wrong website, and suddenly you see the “spinning beach ball of death”.  Once this colorful spinning wheel appears on your screen, you can only hope that the Safari application doesn’t quit […]

Sign Out of iTunes Account on iPad

by File in: iPad, iTunes

The first thing you’ll have to do with your new iPad is sync it with iTunes on your Mac. Once you do, your iTunes account will automatically be associated with the iPad and all purchases made from the App Store, iBook Store or iTunes Store will be with this account. If the wrong iTunes account […]

Titles In iMovie For iPad

by File in: iPad

If you recently picked up a new iPad 2 you may know about Apple’s new iMovie for iPad app. This powerful application lets you cut, edit and share videos directly from your iPad. One of the many features that iMovie for iPad has is adding titles to your videos. In this quick tutorial we will […]

Shrinking a PDF File

by File in: OS X

PDF’s are a great way to share documents with your co-workers, friends and family, but sometimes they can be very large files. In this tutorial we will be showing you how to easily downsize PDF files. To do this we will be using an application called Preview. This application comes preinstalled on your Mac. This […]

Monitoring RAM, CPU and Battery Usage On Your iPhone

by File in: iPad, iPhone

The iPhone is a great device but unfortunately has limited RAM and CPU power. If you are curious as to which open applications use up the most RAM and CPU power on your iPhone, read on. In this tutorial we will be showing you how monitor RAM, CPU and battery usage on your iOS device. […]

Using iCal Event Invites

by File in: iCal, OS X

When there are multiple attendees to a meeting, it’s easy to use iCal to organize the event. iCal can send invites via email, confirm attendance, and sync back with your computer to let you know who is coming and who is unavailable. Those who can’t attend the meeting can also send back available times to […]

Creating A New Genre In iTunes

by File in: iTunes

Keeping your music organized by genre in iTunes can be an easy way to find the current song you would like to listen to. Unfortunately, Apple has forgotten to add a few genres to the iTunes application. In this tutorial we will be showing you how to add custom genres to your music in iTunes. […]

Create Zip Files Without Any Mac-Specific “Extras” Inside

by File in: General Software

One of the great features most modern operating systems offer, and Mac OS X is no exception, is the ability to create a zip archive out of most any document or folder from the Desktop.  Simply right-click the item you want to archive, and choose the Compress option from the contextual menu. There is a […]