How easy would it be to go through a list of your most recent copy/pastes, and paste from your copy history? Well now you can!! With the Mac Application, Clyppan, you can see a list of up to your most recent 1000 copy / pastes, and access that list through a little menulet on your
Ever wanted those extra options on your computer like putting your dock on the top of the screen, showing hidden files easily, or changing system fonts? Now all of these features can be at the tip of your fingers with just one do-it-all application: TinkerTool! This application is totally free-no advertising or pressure to buy
If you need a pretty down-to-earth video converting application, Handbrake is going to be the best choice. (To use it in the process of ripping DVDs, visit our article on that.) This is a simplified users guide. Handbrake will convert 2 things. VIDEO_TS folders and digital movie files like .mp4, .avi, .mkv, etc. That’s pretty
Alright, you’ve got this really cool DVD you just bought! You can’t stop watching it over and over again, so instead of inserting the disc into your computer every time, here’s how to convert that to a .mov file to permanently store on your computer! What you’ll need: Mac The Ripper– A free DVD ripping
Hotmail addresses are pretty popular, but who wants to always log in to the hotmail website to check their mail? Guess what? If you’ve got a Mac, worry no more! Apple Mail will do the trick, and make your email experience better, as well!! And here is how you do it! Step 1: Open Mail.
Everyone wants a well visited website, and out of the infinite number of tips and tricks, here are a few tried and trusted techniques! The goal to a well visited website is to lead people to enter it, right? Once they enter they will post on you blog, click on your ad links, etc. That
Besides the obvious options of upgrading your hard drive, RAM or both, here’s a couple of tips to streamline your Mac experience! -Desktop Clutter: While your desktop may seem like just another location to store files, that’s not entirely true! Since each file is represented and previewed by a larger size icon, it takes up