Apple continues to lead the industry in terms of entertainment and feature packed solutions for users worldwide. Windows still holds majority of the market share because of its widespread use. But Apple continues to increase sales and win customer satisfaction among those who prefer high utility and extremely fluid operating systems (OS), and do not […]
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.
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.
When you restart your Mac under Lion all the apps and windows automatically open up again. If you don’t want them to, here’s how to change that behaviour.
Quit and Discard Windows will usually stop Lion from reopening documents when you start an app up again. But watch out: there’s a twist in the tail. Find out what makes some files still open up again and how to change the behaviour.
I work with a MacBook Pro on my lap and don’t use an external monitor. But once in a while I need just a little bit of extra room on my screen. Did you know your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch can be an extra screen? Here’s how to make it happen.