The iTunes Visualizer has been around since the very first version of iTunes. Sandro Cuccia helps you explore and get the most from this scantily documented feature that enhances your enjoyment of your iTunes music. Warning: Visualizer may cause drowsiness while working on your computer.
If you have multiple displays, there are two operating modes in Mavericks. You can have one big — or two independent desktops. Here's how to assign an application to a specific desktop.
Continuing with his collection of killer tips, Sandro Cuccia offers twenty-five more tips that are guaranteed to help you improve your iPhone photography.
Some users have been reporting slow keyboard response after upgrading to iOS 7.1. If you're one of them, we have a quick fix—resetting your keyboard dictionary—for you that should get you back up and running in real time in no time.
Your Mac's Sound Preference Pane is the go-to place for choosing audio inputs and outputs, but it isn't the only place you can go in OS X to manage your Mac's sounds. Even though Audio MIDI Setup may sound intimidating, it's loaded with controls that go far beyond what its name implies and can help you fine tune the audio quality your Mac pumps out.
Sandro Cuccia continues to uncover handy, hidden features built into OS X. In this article, the Hot Corners feature includes a hidden method for avoiding the accidental and annoying triggering of actions.
Sandro Cuccia offers twenty-five tips that are guaranteed to help you improve your iPhone photography.
With Mavericks it’s a cinch to include a map and driving directions into an email. And, it’s all done automatically, directly from your personal contact card in the Contacts app. Sandro Cuccia shows you this cool new feature.
In OS X and in Mac applications, developers frequently include small graphical elements that, by clicking or tapping on them, will provide additional commands, features, and other information. The Disclosure Triangle is such a feature that is often difficult to see, yet it provides such a valuable service. Sandro Cuccia explains.
If you use Apple's AirPort or Time Capsule for your home router, you're probably pretty happy with how easy it is to set up. Sometimes you need to exert a little more control over your network, however, and AirPort Utility makes that possible, too. This article will show you how to assign static IP addresses to your Mac using DHCP Reservations and DHCP Client IDs, and how to manage your network's DHCP range.
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