Friday, December 14, 2012

How To Merge All Open Windows Into Tabs Within Safari In Mac OS X

How To Merge All Open Windows Into Tabs Within Safari In Mac OS X

Here’s something for our Mac OS X users! Yes, actually, if you are like me to have a million browser windows open at the same time, that can make it really difficult to keep track of sites that are open and finding things can be difficult. so, just don’t worry, you are on the right [...]

How To Auto-complete Paths In The Finder Go To Folder Window Using Keyboard Shortcuts

How To Auto-complete Paths In The Finder Go To Folder Window Using Keyboard Shortcuts

Well, here’s something for our Mac OS X users! Yes, actually, this is a quick trick on how to auto-complete paths in the Finder Go To Folder window. Do you want, how? Well, have patience, and be assured that you are on the right track for your query. Also, it’s very simple, and keeping the [...]

How To Change MAMP To Default Apache and MySQL Ports In Mac OS X

How To Change MAMP To Default Apache and MySQL Ports In Mac OS X

Well, here’s something for our Mac OS X users! Do you know MAMP? For those who don’t know, MAMP is a great app for Mac OS X that allo9ws you to run the complete pre-configured web server quickly and easily on top of Mac OS X. And, it’s quite useful! But, the only drawback about [...]

How To Show What Apps and Processes Are Using An Internet Connection In Mac OS X Using Command Line

How To Show What Apps and Processes Are Using An Internet Connection In Mac OS X Using Command Line

Well, here’s something for our Mac OS X users! Yes, just as we have monitored the Mac OS X filesystem usage using the command line, now, we can also discover what apps are currently using your internet connection. Actually, there are two ways to perform the above. But, both will use the Command lines as [...]

Safari “Reading List” Feature Of Mac OS X Lion Allows You To read Webpages Later

Safari “Reading List” Feature Of Mac OS X Lion Allows You To read Webpages Later

Here’s a quick heads-up for the upcoming Mac OS X 10.7 Lion! Well, it seems that Apple is developing a new bookmarking feature in Mac OS X Lion that allows users to select web content for reading later. This new feature of Mac OS X Lion Safari is known as, “Reading List” and appears to [...]

Mac OS X 10.7 Lion Developer Preview 2 Update 2 Released For Developers

Mac OS X 10.7 Lion Developer Preview 2 Update 2 Released For Developers

Apple has seeded the an updated version of its Mac OS X 10.7 Lion Developer Preview 2 Update 2 for developers via software update. As you know, an updated version naturally brings something new, likewise, this version contains only minor UI tweaks, and hence, unlikely, it’s not a major update. Well, let’s have more information [...]

How To Disable The “Are You Sure You Want To Open This File?” Warning Message In Mac OS X

How To Disable The “Are You Sure You Want To Open This File?” Warning Message In Mac OS X

Here’s something for our Mac OS X users! Well, starting from Mac OS X Snow Leopard, you may have noticed that when you downloaded a file from the web and go to open it, you’ll get a prompt saying something along these lines. Though this is Mac OS X just being safe, but if you [...]

How To Access Mac Special Characters Using The Character Viewer

How To Access Mac Special Characters Using The Character Viewer

Well, here’s something for our Mac OS X users! Yes, do you know the easy process to access the Character Viewer in most of Mac apps? No, don’t worry then, you are on the right track! Here’s presenting you the easy keyboard shortcuts to access Mac special characters using the Character Viewer. Keeping the suspense [...]

How To Go To a Directory From The Open / Save Window

How To Go To a Directory From The Open / Save Window

Well, here’s something for our Mac OS X users! Did you know that you can immediately open any directory from within the Open & Save dialog windows? Then, don’t worry, you are on the right track! Yes, here’s presenting the keyboard shortcuts using which you can access the Go To Folder feature within the Finder. [...]

How To Show Only Currently Active Apps In The Mac OS X Dock

How To Show Only Currently Active Apps In The Mac OS X Dock

Here’s something for our Mac OS X users! Well, are you a person who prefer a minimalist Mac OS X desktop and Dock? Then, don’t worry, you are at the right track! Yes, in order to solve the above issue, you can set the Dock to only display currently active apps. Here’s presenting you how [...]

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