Since printer ink is almost as expensive as getting a yearly root canal, any way we can save some of it is great, right? In this tip, we'll discuss using Safari's Reader feature to print articles without ads, headers, and other ink-wasting page elements. And no Novocaine will be required.
OS X 10.9 Mavericks is about to be released. Is your Mac, your software and your peripheral gear ready for this sublime event? Sandro Cuccia shows you the steps you can take now to prepare for the upgrade.
Mac Geek Gab listener Jurgen doesn't like Time Machine, and would rather back up his Mac using third party software. Time Machine automatically chooses which files and folders to back up, but Jurgen will have to make these choices manually with his new backup software. We explain which folders are crucial for a good backup, and which can be safely excluded.
OS X Mountain Lion may be a great operating system, but it still has a few annoyances. One of my pet peeves, for example is that the operating system takes the focus away from whatever window you're working in whenever it displays an alert dialog, and sometimes that means jumping you to a different screen if you're using Spaces. Head on over to the TMO Forums and let us know what about Mountain Lion annoys you.
Apple has seeded OS X Mavericks Developer Preview 5, a release most noted for the debut of iBooks for Mac. Apple announced Mavericks during June's World Wide Developer Conference, and has been releasing a series of beta developer previews to developers for testing.
Sharing an electronic list with your friends or family is handy. Planning a party? Put everything on the list, and whoever buys an item can check it off. Want to remind your wife to get coffee when she's at the store? Easy-peasy. In this article, we'll discuss how to set up a shared iCloud Reminders list and all of the related goodness.
There was a time when your Mac's Finder and application windows all had visible scroll bars that made it easy to move up or down in long file lists, and also gave you a nice visual cue to let you know there was more to see than the current window was showing. That's missing now, but it's easy to reenable and we're happy to show you how in this Video Quick Tip.
Most iDevice users will never need to know their device's UDID, or even what it is. But for developers, software testers, and some users with provisioned apps, it's a critical piece of information. Here's how to find it, even when your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch is locked and unable to activate.
Use a few different displays or projectors with your Mac? You're probably familiar with the "Detect Displays" feature for getting your machine to play nicely with your devices. But under Mountain Lion, you may not be able to use "Detect Displays" without knowing the trick for finding it. In this tip, we'll uncover what Apple has inexplicably hidden.
Apple released OS X 10.9 Mavericks developer preview 4 on Monday. We haven't yet seen patch notes for the release, but the company has used the developer previews to roll out steady improvements and updates to new features.
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