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  • Need a Quick iPhone Stand? Use Sunglasses

    Sun 2:18pm By Paul Horowitz
    Sometimes you need to prop up your iPhone, sometimes you need an iPhone stand, but who carries a stand around with them? Probably not many of us, but if you do wear sunglasses (and maybe reading glasses too, let us know), then you already have an instant…
  • How to Exit Out of Full Screen Mode in OS X Yosemite

    Sun 1:12pm By Paul Horowitz
    Now that the Mac windows green maximize button defaults to sending apps and windows into Full Screen Mode, a notably sized cohort of OS X users who perhaps didn’t know this behavior changed until accidentally finding out, are left confused with the following…
  • How to Show a Paper Tape in Calculator App for Mac

    Sat 12:41pm By Paul Horowitz
    If you find yourself adding up many numbers or just performing a continuous string of math that is critical to keep track of, you should know that the Mac Calculator app includes a paper tape feature. For those who aren’t familiar, a paper tape keeps a…
  • View Live Webpage Previews in Spotlight on Mac OS X

    Fri 3:50pm By Paul Horowitz
    You may know that you can quickly jump to websites by typing a domain name into a Spotlight search and choosing the ‘Suggested Website’ option, but did you know you can get a live preview of a webpage from Spotlight on the Mac? This is a fairly simple…
  • How to Mute Conversations in Messages for Mac with Do Not Disturb

    Thu 4:36pm By Paul Horowitz
    With the Mac Messages app able to send and receive text messages along with iMessages, you’ll be in greater contact with friends, family, and anyone else who sends you a message. This is usually a good thing, but sometimes you’ll find yourself as a…
  • See the Year a Song was Released from iTunes Radio

    Thu 2:10pm By Paul Horowitz
    The next time you’re listening to iTunes Radio and you find yourself wondering which wonderful decade a particular song came from, wonder no more, because iTunes Radio can tell you when a song was released. You can even see the date of a songs release with…
  • How to Run Windows 10 on Mac Free with VirtualBox for OS X

    Wed 2:06pm By Paul Horowitz
    Need to run Windows 10 on a Mac? You can install and run Windows 10 in OS X for free using VirtualBox and the Windows 10 Preview from Microsoft. Because this installs Windows into a virtual machine atop existing Mac system software, running Windows is…
  • How to Use iCloud Password to Login & Unlock Mac OS X

    Tue 3:40pm By Paul Horowitz
    Rather than remembering a separate password and set of login information for unlocking a Mac, OS X offers the option to use an iCloud password to login to the computer at boot, reboot, authentication, locked screens, and all login windows instead. This is a…
  • iOS 8.3 Beta 4 Released to Developers & Public Beta Users for Testing

    Tue 1:06pm By Paul Horowitz
    Apple has released the fourth beta release of iOS 8.3 to those registered with the iOS developer program, or who are participating in the iOS Public Beta. The build is versioned as 12F5061 and is available now for compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch…
  • OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite Beta 5 Released for Testing

    Mar 23, 2015, 1:21 pm By Paul Horowitz
    Apple has released a fifth beta version of OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 to those participating in the OS X Public Beta program, or registered in the Mac Developer program. The new build arrives as build number 14D113c and continues to include a focus on the new…
  • How to Find the Build Number of OS X on a Mac

    Mar 23, 2015, 12:36 pm By Paul Horowitz
    Each release of OS X has a unique build number assigned to it to represent the changes found in that version of system software, often these changes are minor and incremental, but with major OS X releases the build numbers can change significantly. Though…
  • Mac Setup: A Quadruple Display Mac Pro Workstation

    Mar 22, 2015, 6:18 pm By OSXDaily
    This weeks featured Mac setup is the amazing quadruple tiled display desk of Teemu A., who uses this great workstation to run and manage a startup. Let’s jump right in to learn more about the hardware and software used to get things done. Tell us a bit about…
  • How to Make Phone Calls from Mac Using iPhone

    Mar 21, 2015, 2:24 pm By Paul Horowitz
    If you have a Mac and an iPhone, you can now make phone calls from your Mac using that iPhone. The phone call will sound through the Mac speakers and use the Mac microphone, but the actual call itself routes through the iPhone. This is a part of the Continuity…
  • How to Mark All iMessages as Read on iPhone & iPad Instantly

    Mar 20, 2015, 4:14 pm By Paul Horowitz
    We’ve all experienced it, a huge number of texts and iMessages arriving on our iPhone or iPad, that you either know aren’t important or you already read on another devices Messages app. Or maybe the messages are coming from someone you’d just prefer to…
  • New Apple TV with Apps & Siri Coming in June

    Mar 20, 2015, 3:50 pm By Paul Horowitz
    Apple is planning on releasing an all new Apple TV set-top box this summer, according to a report from Buzzfeed. The new Apple TV is said to feature a redesign, all new hardware components, an App Store, and Siri. Updates to the device will apparently include…
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