I have been keeping an eye on three iOS apps that Google have been playing with over the last few years, and they have all come to age at the same time. I’m not sure if the timing is coincidence or some kind of subversive move by Google but Google have nailed these three wonderful iOS apps all in the last few months: Calendar, Inbox, and Google Play.
When you login OS X asks you for a password. This is a great security feature, especially if you have a laptop and you are taking it places. If you have a computer at home or in your study and you are the only one that has physical access to your computer you may want to have OS X automatically log you in. Here is how to turn on the automatic login on OS X.
Quicksilver is the first app I install on any Macintosh.
With Quicksilver you press the Apple key once and a window appears on top of everything else. From this window you can pretty much do anything: launch an app, find a file, find a contact, email someone, you name it. Here’s how to get it going…
Here’s how to customise your own Keyboard shortcuts for any OSX application menus. 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’ve been using 1Password for about 3 years now, it’s great. A password manager remembers all your web login usernames and passwords on every blog and website you visit. It can generate a random password for you, giving you a different password for every site you need to login to. Continue reading 〉
"I'm getting heaps of spam, ever since I put my email address on my webpage. Is there a way to stop it?"
Once you are receiving spam it’s hard if not impossible to stop it coming to you, all you can do is ignore it (block it). But there are ways to reduce the amount of spam you get before it starts coming in. Continue reading 〉
You probably know about Apple-C ‘copy’ and Apple-V ‘paste’ where you can select text , ‘copy’ it and then ‘paste’ it somewhere else, but have you ever wanted to copy two things then paste them both? For example, a username and a password, or a VISA card number and an expiry date.