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Apple, has just updated all of its iWork applications with a number of different design tweaks and new features for both the OS X and iOS versions.
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Uninstalling Programs in OS X, isn't that great since you can only uninstall programs that you downloaded from the Mac App Store. What if you wanted to download something from the web and then decided you wanted to delete it? In this video, I show you an application that you can download so you can remove all traces of the program, which uninstalls it completely from your Mac.
If you are experiencing some problems with Spotlight on Mac, then it is a good idea to Re-index it so it has to organize its contents all over again, bringing you back better results when it is done.
Please note that this can take 30 minutes- a few hours, depending on how much content you have on your system.
One of the things that Google Drive has over iCloud, is an option to download a special folder so that any file you drop into it to sync across all devices. There is a way of creating a special folder for iCloud, although it requires a little extra work. In this video, I show you how to locate a folder on your System so you can sync files across all of your Apple devices.
In OS X, Apple included a handful of useful trackpad gestures to speed up your work flow but have you ever wanted to create your own gestures for your accessories such as a Mouse and Trackpad? In this video, I show you a program called BetterTouchTool which allows you to do just that.
Adding spaces to your dock is a handy feature if you would like to organize your dock in any way you want. Since there are not any folders options available for the dock, it is a good idea to insert spaces for you to organize your applications for better productivity on you Mac. In this video, I show you how to insert spaces into your dock by using terminal. I also show you how to remove spaces that you inserted at the end of this video.
In this video, I show you how to increase the size of the cursor in OS X which can be very important if you or someone you know is visually impaired and can't see the cursor very well since it is very small by default.
In iOS 5, Apple released a emoji keyboard but forgot to add this feature to OS X. With the release of OS X Mavericks, Apple has released a way for users to access the very large collection of Emojis with just a small key combination. In this video, I show you how to access the Emoji panel in OS X.
In OS X, there is a feature which allows you to lend your computer to someone so they can check their emails or browse the web. But what happens if you do not lend your computer out to anyone and you would just like to turn the Guest Account off so you do not have any extra accounts on your computer? In this video, I show you how to disable the guest account feature.