Apps & Software Hints & Tips Mac OS X

How To: Archive Mail On Mac OS X With A Keyboard Shortcut

If you want a way to quickly and easily archive mail on Mac OS X with the press of a button (or two, or three), here’s how.

Apple Apps & Software Computing Computing Accessories Hints & Tips Mac OS X

BetterTouchTool: Easy Way To Use A Windows Keyboard On A Mac

BetterTouchTool is a free Mac app that essentially allows you to configure gestures and controls for your trackpad/mouse, Apple Remote, Leap Motion and keyboard.

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3 Reasons Why I Use WordPress To Create Blogs & Websites

While I’d love to learn some day, and I fully intend to, I prefer to use a time-saving “out of the box” service instead, and until now that service has been Wordpress.

Guest Article Hints & Tips Home & Entertainment

Setting Up a Media Room at Home

It can be exciting to begin setting up your own media room. However, taking some time to plan your setup can pay incredible dividends later when you are attempting to upgrade your speakers

Apple Apps & Software Hints & Tips Mac OS X

How To Use Facebook Chat On Mac OS X’s Messages App

Maintaining an ongoing conversation on Facebook is annoying and there’s one reason why; you need to be logged in and have your web browser open whilst doing it! As much as Apple has tried to integrate Facebook and Twitter features in to OS X, being able to chat to your friends and family isn’t one…

Apps & Software Computing Hints & Tips Mac OS X

How To Access the Wi-Fi Scanner in Mac OS X Mavericks

If your Wi-Fi signal keeps dropping off, then changing the wireless channel your network is using can be a great solution. To find the best wireless channel to use, Mac users would typically use the native Wi-Fi scanner but since the upgrade to OS X Mavericks, it seemingly disappeared from the Wireless Diagnostics Utility. So, if you…

Apple Apps & Software Hints & Tips iOS

Sharing Photos With Photo Stream on iOS

If you’re the type of person who’s always taking snaps with the camera of your iPhone or iDevice, then there’s probably been a time when you wanted to share some of those photos privately with friends and family. There are a few ways to do that, like sharing a Dropbox folder or tagging people on…