If you’ve ever tried to email a very large file you may have noticed there’s a limit of about 10MB on email attachments. Here’s a super easy way to send a large file to someone else using OSX Mountain Lion or later.
Here’s how to customise your own Keyboard shortcuts for any OSX application menus. Continue reading »
Here’s how to share a pages document with a PC user. Continue reading »
Apple has changed the way calendars sync in Mavericks. It’s nicely integrated now. Here’s how to sync your Apple Calendar with a Google calendar. Continue reading »
Spotlight has been round for years but if you’re like me you may not be using it as well as you can. Here’s an example of a recent search I did that might help you learn some features of spotlight. Continue reading »
I have recently discovered a couple of free websites that convert Microsoft publisher files to PDFs. You can then open, read and print the pdf file on your Mac.
A lot of people are reporting problems with their iPhone battery life, especially with the iPhone 5 and iOS 6.
Here are some tips to get longer battery life on any iPhone simply by disabling some of the features of the iPhone.
You might think ‘but I don’t want to turn off any of the features on my iPhone’. Well, do you have every light and appliance in your house turned on all the time? It’s not the best use of energy to do so. Likewise it’s not necessary to have everything running on your iPhone at once either!
It’s a matter of compromising between convenience and battery life. My rule of thumb is that if I use something less than once a week, then I’m happy to turn it on manually, but for things I’m using every day, I generally leave them on.
This article is dedicated to Felicity.
Despite their differences, Apple and Google do work well together when it comes to email. Gmail is free and it has great spam protection. But the Gmail web interface is a bit clunky. Apple mail is very nice to use and you can set it to use a Gmail account. Here’s how to use Gmail from Apple’s mail app and also how to set up Gmail on your iPhone or iPad.