Frustrated by the Missing Plug-in message when videos need Flash? You don’t have to be. And you don’t have to install Flash or Google Chrome. Fool the web server and you may be able to watch that video after all. Here’s how it works.
In Mountain Lion a window’s scrollbars are hidden by default until you need them. If you like to always see scrollbars though, you can make that happen with just one click. Here’s how to always show scroll bars in windows.
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.
OmniOutliner is an excellent app that I use for all my ToDo lists and basic record-keeping where simple sums are handy, such as records of sales. I use it for note-taking and project outlines too. It’s powerful software, but here are some reasons I have it open all the time on my Mac.
Start looking at a web page on your iPad, then pick it up later on your iPhone or Mac. Here’s how iCloud makes it easy to share open browser tabs between devices.
Spotlight finds files for us on our Macs, but with some extra keystrokes we can easily preview and open them, reveal their filenames and where they’re located on the computer. Here are the keystrokes you should know.