Make your files and folders easier to distinguish in the Finder by giving them custom icons. This Tip explains the steps.
So which version of Application X are you running? No idea? Here’s how to find out, then next time you need to know you can find the info with a click.
Command click the name of a document in the Title Bar (in some apps) to see exactly where the file is saved and open that folder in the Finder in a flash, revealing the file.
A simple little AppleScript makes it trivial to make windows the exact size you like and put them exactly where you want them — for most apps anyway. Here’s how.
Got problems with your Mac? Try troubleshooting before you call a friend or computer professional. Here are 10 easy steps that just may fix your problem, and a source for even more help.
Called up a very long web page and need to find something inside that web page? Don’t scroll. Use Command F instead. Here’s how it works.