Automator

How To : Create an automator workflow to upload to Flickr

Learn how to create an automator workload that will upload pictures to your Flickr account in this video tutorial. Simply Google "automator Flickr." Upload it to Flickr to allow access to your Flickr account. This means you will have to sign into Flickr and allow for the appli ...more

How To : Resize images files with the Mac OS X Automator

This tutorial shows how to create what's called a Folder Action, which means that when files are dropped into the folder, it automatically triggers certain actions. In particular, this folder action will resize image files dropped into it, and it will move those files to the d ...more

How To : Use iOS 11's New File Manager on Your iPhone

Apple has finally given us a decent file manager in iOS 11. The new "Files" app replaces the not-very-old iCloud Drive app that appeared in iOS 9, but you can still access your iCloud Drive files in the new Files app, as well as files from third-party cloud services. A nice im ...more

How To : Speed Up Your Mac in 2 Minutes Flat

If you've been around computers long enough, you've probably heard the phrase "have you tried turning it off and on again?" This trick usually works because it forces your computer to empty out the contents of its RAM and disk caches when you restart. When you run programs an ...more

How To : Close All Open Apps on Your Mac with a Single Click

Normally, if you want to close all of the open apps on your Mac, you'd have to either quit them all one by one or restart, shut down, or log out while making sure to deselect “Reopen windows when logging back in." The latter option is great, but it doesn't always work in Mac O ...more

How To : Hide All Desktop Icons with One Click on Your Mac

Cleaning the clutter off of your desktop every so often is a great idea. Unfortunately, that doesn't mean that you're actually going to do it. Whatever the reason, you may not have time to get everything organized, but luckily there is a way to temporarily "clean" your desktop ...more

How To : Convert PDF Files to Text in Mac OS X

Automator is a built-in Mac utility found in Mac 10.4+ and can be used to convert a PDF file to text format. Video: . Below is the process of converting a PDF file to text format. Launch Finder -> Applications -> and double-click on the Automator application to open. Choose t ...more

How To : Permanently erase files in your trash

Have some files you don’t want anyone to see? Or maybe it’s just been a while since you’ve emptied your trash bin. The trash bin function is not a permanent delete but you can erase files off your Mac with this tutorial. As of OS 10.3, Macs have had the "Secure Empty Trash" o ...more

How To : Get all the titles in Modern Warfare 2 on Xbox 360

In Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (COD4), there are titles that you can unlock for use on your Callsigns. If you want to know how to unlock all of the titles, this three-part video list them all and how to achieve them. See such titles as FNG, SDDD, Sgt., 1st Sgt., 1st Lt., M ...more

How To : Automate tasks in Mac OS X

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to automate tasks in a Mac OS X computer. This video will show viewers how to create a simple application, that when double-clicked, will open a new message that's already addressed to a specific person. Begin by clicking on the Macint ...more

How To : Combine multiple PDF files on a Mac

In this video from middiablo we learn how to combine multiple PDF files into one document on a Mac. Navigate to where the PDF files are in the finder and command click on them and then open with preview. Make sure the thumbnails button is checked at the bottom right. In order ...more

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