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How To : Install WordPress on your Mac

In this tutorial, we learn how to install Wordpress on your Mac computer. First, go online and download the application from MAMP. Once you download and install this, you will need to download Wordpress. Go to the Wordpress website and download their newest version to your com ...more

How To : Dual Boot Windows 10 & Mac OS X on Your Mac

While Windows 10 is still a few weeks away from a public release, that doesn't mean you can't enjoy its brand new features right now. Anyone with an Insider Preview account can install Windows 10 on their computer. And that doesn't just go for those that own a Windows PC—Mac u ...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 : Dual-boot Windows XP and Mac OS X on a PC

This shows how to install Mac OS X on Intel/AMD PCs as a dual boot with Windows. Part 1 of 2 - How to Dual-boot Windows XP and Mac OS X on a PC. Part 2 of 2 - How to Dual-boot Windows XP and Mac OS X on a PC.

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 : Use the basics of Mac OS X Mail

Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to use the basics of Mac OS X Mail. See how to set up mail with your email accounts, compose messages, add attachments, view attachments with Quick Look, and search through Mail. Mac OS X. It's what makes a Mac a Mac. ...more

How To : Use the basics of the Mac OS X Finder

Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to use the basics of the Mac OS X Finder. Learn about the Finder basics, the Sidebar, view buttons, and Quick Look. Mac OS X. It's what makes a Mac a Mac. Mac OS X is the world’s most advanced operating system. Built ...more

How To : Do more with the Sidebar in the Mac OS X Finder

Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to do more with the Sidebar in the Mac OS X Finder. Learn about the Sidebar devices, the Sidebar shared, the Sidebar places, and the Sidebar search for. Mac OS X. It's what makes a Mac a Mac. Mac OS X is the world’s ...more

How To : Format an external hard drive for Mac OS X

The World Wide Geek demonstrates how to format an external hard drive for Mac OS X. External hard drives are usually formatted for windows. To change the format, you will need to use the disk utility option. Access the disk utility by going to finder and clicking on applicatio ...more

How To : Use Spotlight to find files in Mac OS X

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to use Spotlight to find files in Mac OS X. To activate Spotlight, click on the blue magnifying glass icon in the top right corner. Then type in the term to search. Spotlight will display all the documents and files that match your sea ...more

How To : Use the Software Update feature in Mac OS X

Need a primer on how to use the Software Update feature within all versions of Mac OS X? This Mac user's guide from the folks at Mac Most provides just that. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started automatically updating your sof ...more

How To : Customize your keyboard shortcuts in Mac OS X

If you're a Mac user, you know the keys to the castle are literally knowing how to use the shortcuts and hot-keys. But, what if you don't like the predefined OS X setup? Well, simple answer, change them. This is a quick guide to remapping any keyboard shortcut in any applicati ...more

How To : Turn on parental controls in Mac OS X

If you want to protect your children from seeing something you don't want them to see, and they happen to be using Mac OS X, take a look at this walkthrough on how to set up parental controls on their Mac computer.

How To : Use the Simple Finder user interface in Mac OS X

Want to turn on Mac OS X's simple Finder feature? It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this Apple accessibility guide can present a complete walkthrough of the process in just over a minute and a half. For details, as well as to get started enabling the Simple Finder interface yo ...more

How To : Locate the mouse cursor when using Mac OS X

Have trouble finding the Mac OS X mouse cursor? With the freeware application Mouse Locator, it's easy! So easy, in fact, that this Apple accessibility guide can present a complete walkthrough of the process in just over a minute and a half. For details, as well as to get star ...more

How To : Trash Pro Tools user preferences in Mac OS X

Want to delete your Pro Tools user preferences in Mac OS X Snow Leopard (10.6)? Whether you're new to Digidesign's Pro Tools 8 or simply looking to pick up a few new tips and tricks, you are certain to benefit from this free software video tutorial, which presents a complete o ...more

How To : Change your desktop background in Mac OS X 10.6

Interested in creating and using custom desktop backgrounds in Mac OS X Snow Leopard? It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this home-computing how-to from MacMost can present a full overview of the process in about x minutes. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step ...more

How To : Use Mac OS X-style stacks in Microsoft Windows 7

Windows 7 is fairly similar to Mac OS X out of the box. But what if it's not similar enough for your tastes? Then you follow this free video guide, that's what: with its help, you'll learn how to use Snow Leopard-style file stacks on Microsoft Windows 7 desktop. For complete i ...more

How To : Print File Lists in Mac OS Leopard

Gary Rosenzweig looks at various methods for printing lists of files in folders in Mac OS Leopard: downloadable applications, using the Terminal, and simple copy and paste methods.

How To : Quickly lock the screen on a Mac OS X computer

In this clip, you'll learn how to use the quickly lock the screen of an Apple Mac OS X computer with the Shift + Control + Eject keyboard shortcut. For more information, including a complete demonstration and detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this helpful home-computi ...more

How To : Use the Mac OS X VoiceOver tool to access the dock

Want to use the VoiceOver speech recognition tool to access the Mac OS X dock? It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this Apple accessibility guide can present a complete walkthrough of the process in just over a minute and a half. For details, as well as to get started using Voic ...more

How To : Run Windows inside Mac OS X

Want to run Windows Vista or 7 on your Apple computer without having to install Bootcamp? With virtualization software like Parallels, it's easy! Learn how to run Microsoft Windows within Mac OS X with this free video tutorial from the folks at CNET TV. For specifics, and to g ...more

How To : Use text clippings for Mac OS

In this video, we learn how to use text clippings for Mac OS. First, open up TextEdit and then select the text you want. After this, drag the entire bit of text into the finder window or the desktop. After this, you will have a document that is named after the first few charac ...more

How To : Use iChat in Mac OS X

In this video we learn how to use iChat in Mac OS X. He explains to us that iChat allows us to chat with any person on our buddy list. He explains clearly about icons next to a person's name such as a camera which shows you can have a video chat with that person. Next he expla ...more

How To : Use Spaces on a Mac OS X

Spaces is a very cool feature that is included with all newer versions of Mac's OS X. With Spaces, you can organize your programs and keep your desktop clutter free. This program is similar to Expose, but instead of having your windows open on the desktop, Spaces minimizes the ...more

How To : Use the zoom feature in Mac OS X Leopard

In this tutorial, we learn how to use the zoom feature in Mac OS X Leopard. First, go to system preferences, then universal access. Find the zoom category, then turn it on of off. You will also see the keys that you can press which will make it appear. If you go to the options ...more

How To : Take screenshots and save as JPEG in Mac OS X

This video demonstrate how easy it is to take screen shot with shortcuts in Mac OS X. Press Command+Shift+4 will make the cursor change to cross-hair, indicating it is ready to take screen shot. You can then draw on screen where you wish to take a shot of. By default a new ima ...more

How To : Use the Finder buttons in Mac OS X

This video instructs you how to use the "Finder" Button if you own a Mac on OS X. The "Finder" window shows the Mac user the contents of the hard drive. It describes functions of the Finder folder: i.e., adding an untitled new folder in the Finder file. It also discusses how y ...more

How To : Use MagiCal on your Mac OS X

If you are unhappy with your Mac's built in date and time and need something a little easier to access, check out this clip. In this tutorial, learn how to install, set up and use a free app called MagiCal on OS X to streamline your calendar and clock.

How To : Choose which browser is the default on Mac OS X

If you want to permanently set the default browser on your Mac notebook or desktop, take a look at this walkthrough. You can set any browser to open up by default when you click a link or try to access webpages in OS X. The preferences in the operating system let you pick bot ...more

How To : Change the background or screensaver in Mac OS X

In this quick video, you are shown (and told) in a very simple way how to change your background or screen saver on your Mac computer that runs OS X. This is very simple to do, just click the apple, go to System Preferences, then click Desktop and Screen Saver. From there, you ...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

How To : Unlock and root a Nexus One when running Mac OS X

Want to root your Google Nexus One Android smartphone from a Mac? It's simple! So simple, in fact, that a complete walkthrough of the process can be presented in just over eight minutes' time. For the specifics, and to get started running custom ROMs on your own Nexus One phon ...more

How To : Manage Mac OS X Applications with Command+Tab

John demonstrates the Command+Tab features built-into OS X Leopard and Tiger. Learn how to easily switch between different applications on your Mac, hide applications, and even quit applications with this useful functionality.

How To : Install iLok plug-ins for Pro Tools 8 in Mac OS X

This video explains how installing/re-installing iLok Client, and Driver software, can sometimes be a great troubleshoot for resolving issues with Pro Tools, and the Mac Platform. Whether you're new to Digidesign's Pro Tools 8 or simply looking to pick up a few new tips and tr ...more

How To : Open XML on Mac OS X

Working with both Macs and PCs covers all bases, but it also adds new problems. If you fall into this category, you probably work with file formats that are not incompatible with the other computers. One of these file types in XML files. This tutorial will show you how to open ...more

How To : Make app stacks in Apple's Mac OS X

Looking for another way to tidy up your OS X desktop and make more efficent use of space? This little how-to shows what you need to do to make app stacks in your dock. It's simple and easy if you follow this video.

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