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    Top 5 Apps For Your Mac In 2012

    After spending a great deal of money on your new Mac, the last thing you want to do is go and spend more money on applications for it. The Mac App Store is a great resource with a lot of applications that you can either pay for or you have the option to get many […]

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    How To Remotely Control Your Mac With Your Hands Using iClapper Pro

    Clap On! Clap Off! Some may not know what I am talking about, but that saying was the famous words in a commercial back in the late 1980’s and early 90’s. It was a device used to turn on and off your lights and other electronics with the clap of your hands. Now, there is […]

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    How To Maximize Your Mac’s Battery Life

    The newest Macbook Pros have lithium polymer batteries. These batteries are suppose to get about 1000 recharges in a lifetime. If you have older notebook with an older battery, then the most it will hold is about 400 recharges and then a new battery will need to be bought. But, doing a few simple tricks […]

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    How To Set Up An iTunes Home Server

    Many of us have hundreds of different media files sitting in our iTunes libraries but we can’t use them while we are away from our main computer. Well, now that has all changed and we are able to set up an iTunes home server. This home server will allow you to share your iTunes files […]

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    How To Enable SSH On Your Mac

    A great service that is provided on your Mac is SSH or also known as Secure Shell. This tool allows you to access your files remotely through a secure FTP (SFTP) connection. This will give you the ability to transfer files easily between computers over a secure network connection using a modern FTP program. The […]

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    How To Get The Most Out Of Mission Control In Mac OS X

    Mission Control is a powerful tool that is used by many different Mac users. If you are a person that always has many different project going at the same time, then it is great to use Mission Control to your benefit. Mission Control is a window and app manager that is built directly in Mac […]

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    How To Turn Your Images Into A Movie Using iMovie

    Now that digital camera are almost a staple in every home, we are more than ever capturing precious everyday photos. Turning your favorite photos into movies is a great way to share them has a digital movie. These digital movies are great gifts or keepsakes. iMovie is one of the best softwares out on the […]

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    How To Setup Automator And Dropbox To Become Your Print Server

    Have you ever found something on the Internet while on your cellphone browser and wanted to print it off? I have many times, and before I knew about Dropbox, I never knew it was possible without a Wi-Fi e print capabilities. Many of us love to have everything digital, but sometimes we want to have […]

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    How To Use Spaces In Mac Lion OS X

    Spaces has been around since OS X Leopard, but it’s features have changed a bit now that we upgraded to Lion. Spaces has been revamped and comes with a new Mission Control feature. Missions Control is our one-stop place for viewing all the application windows you have on your Mac. If you are anything like […]

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    How To Uninstall Applications Completely Off Your Mac

    When you switch over from a Windows-based system to a Mac OS X system, the add/remove process is not the same. Whether you are a first time Mac user or a well experienced Mac user, the uninstalling process can be very easy. Most applications only take a simple drag and drop into the trash bin. […]

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