If you go around your Mac feverishly Command-clicking, you'll notice that doing so will often let you figure out where the items you're clicking on are stored. In this tip, Melissa Holt's going to cover some of the ways you can track down your stuff with this neat little feature. As long as you don't judge her for going around Command-clicking on everything, that is.
As a follow up to his earlier article about your Home Folder in OS X, Sandro Cuccia takes a closer look at the Shared Folder and how you can use it to collaborate with other User accounts on your Mac.
Even if you already know how to use Calendar's "Create Quick Event" feature, you may not know that you can use a similar functionality with event titles for fast, no-fuss scheduling. Why, after you read this tip, you may become known as the Master of All That Is Planning. Well, probably not, but you can dream, can't you?
There's a really easy way to see what group or groups a particular contact belongs to. Got a lotta groups? Got a lotta cards? Then you need to know how. If you don't have a lot of either, then you should read this tip anyway. After all, you never know when you'll need to impress your relatives with random Mac trivia.
If you're frustrated with Safari not automatically putting your cursor in the Smart Search Field when you open a new window or tab, you're not alone. There's a fast way to make it do so, and suddenly, life'll seem so much more awesome. Heck, food'll even taste better! Puppies will be cuter! OK, not really, but your browsing will definitely be better.
You know it's been your lifelong dream to move events around in the Calendar program using shortcuts. Well, we TMO folks are all about wish fulfillment, so here's how you shift events by day, by week, or in 15-minute increments using your keyboard. And if you could imagine "Dream Weaver" playing in the background as you read this tip, that'd be great for the atmosphere we're trying to create.
Where is your "stuff?" Specifically, where are your local data files actually stored on your Mac? Get your answers here, as Sandro Cuccia shows you where all your important files are located, how they are organized, and how to access them quickly.
If you already know about Finder's Get Info ability, great! But do you know how to use it to get combined data on multiple items? What about how to open a special version of the window that'll dynamically update as you click around your file system? Well, after you read this tip, you will be in the know, friends.
Using OS X's Finder, you can do some fancy-schmancy advanced searching, including finding system files for troubleshooting. No more rooting through folders when the results you want aren't appearing in Spotlight! This tip's going to tell you how to use this handy feature.
Both Safari on the Mac and the iOS version have a way to jump back multiple steps in your Web browsing, without you having to pound on your back button. In this tip, Melissa Holt's going to explain how it works. Punch and pie won't be served within, but you may learn something, which is at least 10 percent as good as punch and pie.
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