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How To : Organize your Mac dock using folders

Watch this video to learn how you can use folders to better organize your Mac dock. Group together applications in folders and add the folders to your dock instead of each individual app.

How To : 8 More Menu Bar Apps Every Mac Power User Needs

We recently showed you 8 menu bar apps that ever Mac power user should have, covering apps that allow you to control iTunes, eject drives, organize screenshots, and more—all from that tiny strip at the top of your screen. But when it comes to the menu bar, we only began to sc ...more

How To : 8 Menu Bar Apps Every Mac Power User Needs

The menu bar is a great place to perform quick searches, track battery life, and switch Wi-Fi networks on your Mac, but it can do way more than that if you let it. I've rounded up some menu apps below that not only have features that will boost your productivity, but are light ...more

How To : Get Your 'Damaged' Mac Apps Working Again

If you're seeing "damaged" apps on your Mac, you're not alone. A huge digital rights management blunder in Apple's Mac App Store on Wednesday, November 11th has rendered some apps unusable. When opening certain apps, the following message could be displayed: "[App Name]" is d ...more

How To : Force quit apps in Mac OS X

If an application on your computer is not responding properly or is frozen, you will need to force quit. On a Windows PC, everyone knows this is done with the Task Manager or using Ctrl+Alt+Delete, but how do you do this on a Mac? On the rare occasion that a Mac freezes up, yo ...more

How To : Organize files in Mac OS X

Suffering from a cluttered desktop? In this tutorial, Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at the basic structure of Mac OS X, especially the user folder, and gives suggestions on how to organize your files. Take a look!

How To : Run Windows programs & apps on your Mac

There's a chance that some of those Windows programs that you've been wanting to run on your Mac can actually be made to do so. There are two ways to go about it. Either you go with emulation, using VM ware or Virtual box. VM ware will cost you while Virtual box is free. The o ...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

Bulletproof Mac Backup : 5 Apps to Safeguard Your Data

You can beef up the security on your Mac all you want, but all the firewalls and antivirus apps in the world mean nothing when that can of soda tips over on your Macbook, destroying your laptop and all its data forever. You may have some of your data backed up to a cloud serv ...more

How To : Organize your Mail in Mac OS X

Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to organize your Mail in Mac OS X's Mail. See how to sort messages with rules, create smart mailboxes, and comlpletely organize your mail. Mac OS X. It's what makes a Mac a Mac. Mac OS X is the world’s most advanced ...more

How To : Organize files in the Mac OS X Finder

If you're like me, you save a lot of files to the desktop, and every now and then it needs to be cleaned up. You're probably already familiar with drag-and-drop cleanup. But you can also copy files using copy and paste. For more on organizing files using the Mac OS X finder, w ...more

How To : Organize your iTunes music on a Mac

Music a mess? iTunes comes with a number of built-in organizational features to help you sort that problem, and your tracks, out. This free video software tutorial from MacMost will ensure that you know everything required to manage your digital music library. For specifics, a ...more

How To : Organize palettes when using AutoCAD 2011 on a Mac

Organize your AutoCad 2011 palettes! This clip will teach you everything you'll need to know. Whether you're new to Autodesk's popular 3D drafting application or a seasoned professional just looking to better acquaint yourself with the newest iteration of the program, you're s ...more

How To : 3 Free Alternatives to Apple's iPhoto

Firstly, I'd like to say that I have nothing against iPhoto; it's a great application that works wonderfully in Mac OS X. Unfortunately, when you no longer have iPhoto on your MacBook—and you don't want to pay for it—looking for an alternative is a necessary endeavor. I could ...more

How To : 9 Ways to Get by Without Photoshop on Your Mac

In 1987, two brothers, Thomas and John Kroll, began work on an image editing software, which was eventually acquired in 1988 and released to the world in 1990 by Adobe. That software was Photoshop 1.0, initially exclusive for the Macintosh platform. Over the years, Photoshop b ...more

Android Basics : A Series of Tutorials for Beginners

All across the web, you'll find guides on setting up various apps and mods for your Android device—but while these are certainly useful, they all seem to be working under the assumption that the reader has a certain level of knowledge about Android. For someone that's just get ...more

How To : 6 Tweaks You Should Be Using on Your Mac Right Now

All of Apple's products are praised for being extremely easy to use. So much so, that your grandma can pick one up and be a "pro" within a few hours. However, this isn't necessarily a good thing for us real power users who want more granular control of our devices. Luckily, M ...more

How To : Transfer an iTunes Library from PC to Mac

How to transfer iTunes from PC to Mac You want to switch from PC to Mac and you want to take your iTunes library with you? There are several ways to move iTunes from your Windows PC to your new Mac. You can manually move all your iTunes contents to an external hard drive and ...more

How To : The Ultimate Guide to Customizing Your iPhone

Cases and stickers are always great, but they aren't the only way to customize an iPhone. The software on your device is full of customization options, from a better-looking home screen and cooler lock screen wallpapers to app icon changes and a system-wide dark mode. There's ...more

How To : Find Missing Apps on Your iPhone

Unlike on Android, you can't easily hide your iPhone apps. Sure, you can nestle them away in folders labeled "junk," but they're supposed to be omni-present somewhere on your home screen. That is, until one day they're just ... gone. The fact that some of your apps disappeared ...more

How To : Use the Mac App Store on Mac OS X

No longer will you need to get in your car and head down to the software store to pick up the latest copy of Photoshop. With Apple's new Mac App Store you can purchase and install the latest apps fromthe comfort of your own home! In this tutorial, Gary Rosenzweig takes a look ...more

How To : Use dock spacers for your Mac OS X dock

A cool way to organize your Mac dock is with spacers. By using spacers, you can separate like applications into groups, or order them by usage.. however you want! This helps to keep you organized and in control of your Mac so that you can find your favorite programs quickly an ...more

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