Apple software

How to wipe all of your personal data off an iPad or iPhone

How to wipe all of your personal data off an iPad or iPhone

If you are considering selling your iPhone or iPad, then you have to make sure that you securely erased all your personal data from it following very simple rules that we will explain here.  Make sure you turn off “Find my iPhone” if you have it activated. You can do that easily through Settings>iCloud>Turn off […]

How to easily copy the path of a file

If you have to add the path of a file into a document it can mean lots of tricky typing. Or you could use this quick and easy Service. Here’s how it works.

Use an automator script to add items to iCal

Instead of renaming vcs files manually it can be as simple as a click. And what’s more the appointments are automatically added to iCal. Guest author Paul Scotti explains.

Enjoy Mountain Lion’s special characters

The Special Characters window provides hundreds, maybe thousands, of interesting items available to be inserted in a text document. Some are fairly staid, such as quote marks, while others are fun images of rocket ships, everyday objects and people. Mountain Lion extended the options hugely over previous versions of the OS. Take a look.

Hazel remembers to empty the Trash, that secret hoarder of files

When you put files and folders in the Trash on your Mac it feels as though you’ve removed them from your machine. But you haven’t — they’re quietly sitting there out of sight sucking up space on your hard drive. Here’s what’s going on and a handy tip that means you’ll never have to remember to empty the Trash again.

How to Turn Off Phone Calls on the iPhone but Keep Data & iMessage

How to Turn Off Phone Calls on the iPhone but Keep Data and iMessage

Everyone needs time away from the endless phone calls from time to time, but having what if you can get to do that while still retaining the ability to use data, access the internet and even send iMessage, Awesome right! You can still make outbound phone calls, you just won’t receive any phone calls back […]

How to restore your new iPhone from an iTunes backup

How to restore your new iPhone from an iTunes backup

Whether you backed up your files on iTunes or iCloud there is always an easy and simple way to restore and download those files into your new iPhone. We will help you here in this article to get all your data to your brand new iPhone, just make sure that you are using the most […]

How to Use Private Browsing with Safari for iOS 7

How to Use Private Browsing with Safari for iOS 7

Privacy is something that most people appreciate and lately with the new technology found in everything we use, it became an impossible thing to get. Maybe you can’t get some privacy in lots of things but of course we will help you here get at least your privacy in browsing the internet through private browsing […]

iOS - iPad, iPod, iPhone

How to wipe all of your personal data off an iPad or iPhone

How to wipe all of your personal data off an iPad or iPhone

If you are considering selling your iPhone or iPad, then you have to make sure that you securely erased all your personal data from it following very simple rules that we will explain here.  Make sure you turn off “Find my iPhone” if you have it activated. You can do that easily through Settings>iCloud>Turn off […]

OS X

How to Recover Deleted Files from Mac OS X with DiskDrill

How to Recover Deleted Files from Mac OS X with DiskDrill

This thing must have happened to you once or twice, deleting files by accident, sometime it is no such a big deal but what if it’s an important file that you need for your meeting in the next few hours? Don’t freak out yet because there is some potentially good news; you may be able […]

Hazel remembers to empty the Trash, that secret hoarder of files

When you put files and folders in the Trash on your Mac it feels as though you’ve removed them from your machine. But you haven’t — they’re quietly sitting there out of sight sucking up space on your hard drive. Here’s what’s going on and a handy tip that means you’ll never have to remember to empty the Trash again.

Hazel remembers to empty the Trash, that secret hoarder of files

When you put files and folders in the Trash on your Mac it feels as though you’ve removed them from your machine. But you haven’t — they’re quietly sitting there out of sight sucking up space on your hard drive. Here’s what’s going on and a handy tip that means you’ll never have to remember to empty the Trash again.

How to Share OS X Mountain Lion Files With Windows 8

How to Share OS X Mountain Lion Files With Windows 8

  Sharing files between OS X Mountain Lion and Windows 8 PC is very easy, even if the changes in Windows 8 make the process a little different than it was with Windows 7, Vista, or XP. Follow us and we’ll take you through the process of configuring both your Mac and your Windows 8 […]

How to Enable the Hidden Single Application Mode in Snow Leopard

How to Enable the Hidden Single-Application Mode in Snow Leopard

 Remember when OS X was first launched as a beta product, applications were displayed one at a time. When a multiple applications running at the same time, only one would can be shown on the desktop. This was called single-application mode. When you clicked on the icon of any running application in the menu, its […]

Apple TV

How to fix a bricked or failed-to-update Apple TV by restoring with iTunes

How to fix a bricked or failed-to-update Apple TV by restoring with iTunes

Restoring data into your 2nd or 3rd generation Apple TV is an easy and simple process that is pretty much the same as in iPhone through iTunes. Apple has recently released the latest 6.0 software update, however after there has been few reports of it bricking user’s Apple TV started tickling in.  We understand how […]

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