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If you’ve ever wondered how much free space you have left on your iDevice, well then wonder no more. Here’s a quick way to check how many videos, songs, apps, etc, you have installed, as well as how much free space is left on your device. This can be done without the installation of any third party apps or software, but straight from the Settings apps. You just gotta know where to look.Read More →
Although you may not know it, Apple has actually built private browsing right into the iOS operating system through their default Safari web browsing application. This means that you don’t have to prowl through the App Store to look for a competent private browsing app! All you have to do is enable private browsing through the iOS Settings app. Find out how to turn on private browsing for Safari, after the break.Read More →
Previously, we’ve written about how to use keyboard shortcuts to take screenshots of your Mac computer screen, including covering how to save screenshots to your copy/paste clipboard. But besides using keyboard shortcuts, you can also take screenshots by using the “screencapture” command in Terminal. Here’s a quick tutorial showing you how to do this.Read More →
On January 4, 2013 By Charles Tian
Most people who have used the Mac operating system for a long time probably know how to use keyboard shortcuts to take screenshots. Today we’re here to share some more advanced keyboard shortcuts for those of you who are looking for some more advanced screenshot features. Specifically, in this post we’re going to teach you how to take a screenshot, but save it to your copy/paste clipboard, instead of to the desktop, which is its default save location.Read More →
On January 3, 2013 By Charles Tian
Ever since iTunes 11 was released, I’ve discovered a lot of features that really make the newest version of Apple’s popular media library manager stand out from previous versions of the app. As I was browsing through my music today, I discovered quite an interesting (and useful) feature that seems to be built in to the new iTunes: the ability to quickly view the media you’ve recently played.
More info after the break.
On January 3, 2013 By Charles Tian
Ever wanted to keep your Macbook turned on, even when you may be away from your computer and leaving it idle? Apple built this feature right into the Mac OS X operating system, so there’s no need for any extra tweaking to do so! All it involves is configuring a setting in the System Preferences app. Find out how to keep your Macbook turned on, even when the computer is idle, after the break.Read More →
On December 30, 2012 By Charles Tian
A few weeks from the time of writing this post, I was having some problems with the trackpad on my 2009 Macbook Pro. To put it simply, the mouse cursor on the screen was not following the movements on my finger on the trackpad, and would often jump around, activating my hot corners and whatnot. A simple restart didn’t fix the problem either, although controlling the cursor with my standard Logitech mouse still worked fine. In this situation, I began hunting around for a way to disable the trackpad while maintaining use of my mouse, hoping that this would solve the problem. Here’s how you can do it.Read More →
On July 17, 2012 By Charles Tian
Most of us who remember the days when the Nintendo DS was the big thing will remember a game called Scribblenauts, in which the player (Maxwell) was put through a series of challenges, creating objects to solve puzzles that increased in difficulties as new worlds and levels were unlocked. The game was released to iOS [...]Read More →