Not sure if the battery on your Mac laptop is as healthy as it should be? Here’s how to find out if you’re using Lion, and pointers to older Tips on the topic if you’re using an older version of Mac OS.
If you don’t keep an eye on what you’re typing in Lion you just may find the Mac has changed what you wrote, courtesy of Autocorrect. For some that may be a feature; while for others it’s definitely a nuisance. Here’s how it works.
Need to add your actual signature to a PDF? You need Apple’s Preview.app. Here’s how to make it work.
By default the Mac copies a file if you drag it from one drive to another. If you don’t want to keep the original though, hold down the Command key to move the file instead.
AirDrop is built-in to Lion (OS 10.7) and lets you send files to a nearby Mac (with Lion) with just a couple of clicks. No mess, no struggle, no hair-pulling. Here’s how.
It’s all too easy to accidentally wipe out a word, line or page from a document you’re working on. An accidental brush of the hand on a trackpad at the wrong moment can do it. With some apps on Lion it needn’t be a big drama though: just look at an automatically saved older version of the document to get the lost data back. Here’s how.