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Apple Fix El Capitan Audio Issues in OS X 10.11.1 (Beta)
If you were waiting to upgrade to OS X El Capitan due to problems with audio unit plugins and music hardware, Apple have an update round the corner that is going to fix it for us. Good news at last!
Oct. 9, 2015
The Best New features in OS X 10.11 El Capitan Explored
With the latest version of OS X 10.11 El Capitan close(ish) to being released, Iain Anderson gets hands-on and explores both the big and small new features that'll affect us the most.
Jul. 18, 2015
5 Super Useful Tips for Mac OS X Mail: What are Data Detectors Anyway?
Don't get turned off by the term "Data Detectors"... as Francesco Schiavon shows, these improve your Mac OS X Mail experience in so many cool ways.
Jun. 14, 2014
Understanding QuickTime 7 Export Options
Getting to grips with exporting video and/or audio on a Mac may be easier than you think! Hollin Jones delves into the options available in Quicktime 7 (still available even if you have Quicktime X).
May. 28, 2014
10 Ways OS X Mavericks will Improve your Life!
Find out how to make the most of OS X Mavericks on your Mac... including how to never get lost, browse like a ninja, remember your passwords, use multiple screens and why never to walk under ladders.
Nov. 15, 2013
Apple's ADE Program: Technology as Tools for Quality Twenty-first Century Learning
Apple's ADE (Apple Distinguished Educator) program can have tangible benefits for your professional life... as well as being an inspirational experience. Adam Goldberg explains more.
Oct. 27, 2013
Review: OS X 10.9 Mavericks
Likelihood is you've heard of the latest new release from Apple of (Mac) OS X: Mavericks. Aside from the naming convention what else has changed? Francesco Schiavon has given it a full test.
Oct. 22, 2013
Reading RSS Feeds in Mountain Lion’s Mail
Wasn't it great when you could easily subscribe to RSS feeds in Apple Mail? The arrival of Mountain Lion removed this ability, but Mike Watkinson discovers all is not lost!
Feb. 27, 2013
OS X Lion: Quick Tips for iCal
Getting to grips with some of the new features in Lion can take a little getting used to. Richard Lainhart shares some more of his essential OS X Lion Tips - this time focusing on iCal.
Dec. 28, 2011
Quick Tip: Speed up your Productivity Using 'Screen Capture' in Mac OS X
In an ever-increasing world of emailed documents and cloud computing, one thing is for certain: The tree population can breathe a sigh of relief because paper is becoming obsolete. I see this more and
G.W. Childs IV
May. 4, 2011
File Management in Mac OS X and Logic 9
How many times have you wanted to go back and work on a project that you did a while ago, only to realize that once you open up the folder, you have no idea what the last Logic file you worked on was?
Mar. 9, 2011
Mac OS X Tutorial: Preview your files with Quick Look
Finding the file you're looking for can often be a drag. (Pun intended). Have you ever had a bunch of picture/audio/video/Word/Pages/etc files and you're not sure which is the one you're looking for?
Jan. 25, 2011
Mac OS X tutorial: The Day Will Come - Steps to Ease Re-installations
If you have read my tutorial on Backing up your Logic System, you should have an idea how important securely storing your data is. A complete backup of all your work data, and possibly also administra
Jan. 23, 2011
Creating a Documentation Organizer On a Mac
Has this ever happened to you? You're right in the middle of a creative project on your Mac, and you need to pull up documentation. Maybe you're in Photoshop and you want to look up something about
Jan. 4, 2011
Beyond OS X: Running Ubuntu via a LiveCD
Mac users buy Macs for many reasons but one of the biggest is OS X, so why would anyone want to run anything else on their Mac? Whether it's to run a program that's unavailable for OS X or just to pro
Nov. 8, 2010
How-to Password Protect PDF Documents in OSX - Part 1
Protecting sensitive information in the real-world is easy. The document could be kept in a secure place, locked in a safe or even hidden under the floor-boards where prying eyes can be kept at bay! Y
Mar. 12, 2010
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