In Mac OS X, connection can directly be made to a remote FTP (File Transfer Protocol) server, from within the OS, without using any additional software. The easiest way is to open the Finder Window and select the from the main menu Go -> connect to Server. A dialog box […]
Blocking certain people in the Contacts from sending iMessages on Mac is finally now an option with the OS X Mavericks 10.9.2 update. Following are the steps for adding people from Contacts in the blocked list. To block an email address, it needs to be present in the Contacts. From […]
Reading something interesting/important on the web and thinking that your ‘tab bar’ is messy, overloaded with rectangular blocks and oh-so-totally unmanageable?
Use these time-saving tips for Safari on Mac, Mountain Lion, to surf internet the smart way!
In the presence of multiple WiFi networks, it is often desirable to select a particular network to connect
Resize multiple images, simultaneously, on Mac without using any third-party software.
Recently, my MacBook Pro (early 2011 model, running OS 10.8.3) started becoming quite hot after only about three minutes of normal usage that didn’t involve running any computing intensive applications.
Mac OS X is a beautiful combination of power and simplicity. With Unix at its core, it provides advanced functionality to the power users while presenting a simple and an elegant GUI for normal users.
A useful tip for closing all open windows in the Preview application.