OS X Lion has done away with saving — more or less. After saving a document the first time you don’t need to save again. Or that’s the theory, anyway, because not all apps offer this new feature. Here’s what’s going on.
One of Lion’s hotly debated new features is ‘Natural’ Scrolling. It completely reverses the way we scroll on a Mac. But it also makes scrolling consistent with iPad and iPhone. Here’s how to scroll the ‘natural’ way.
Take Control of TextExpander is very helpful not only for long-standing users of TextExpander but also those new to it. As an ‘old-hand’ I learned several new tricks that have already been worth more than the cost of the book.
Lion has brought loads of new features to the Mac. Here are a couple of tips about upgrading, and a few features that make it easier to read web pages, in particular.
Apple’s new operating system, Lion, was released this week. I upgraded instantly. To help me with the process and to learn what’s new I turned to Take Control of Upgrading to Lion and Take Control of Using Lion. Here’s what you can expect from this fine pair of books.
The ‘Macintosh’ world is changing: MacTips are about all Apple products, not just Macs. Find out how things changed in June 2011, and what that means to you.