Mac OS

Let's say you frequently drag icons around on your desktop and often find that they are all jumbled together, icons overlapping one another. To better organize the icons on your desktop, follow one of the two options below:

1. Click on the...

To use wireless on your Mac OSX machine, you will need to make sure your machine has the appropriate wireless hardware installed.

Note: For newer machines, Wi-Fi replaces Airport. Any mention of Airport refers to Wi-Fi. All directions are...

When browsing through your files and folders in Finder, it is easy to get lost and not know where you are or what directory you are browsing. If you have several folders of the same name in different locations on your Mac, it is quite confusing...

Did you know that Mac has a very handy built-in dictionary?

Press and hold Apple+Control+D over any word in a cocoa application and up pops a Dictionary/Thesaurus. You can even move your mouse over any other word on the page and it will keep...

If your Mac is frozen and you can not do anything with your mouse, try the following keyboard shortcuts:

* Command+Option+Escape to open the “Force Quit” window in order for you to stop/terminate any frozen application

* Command...

The mouse, one of the greatest advances in computing history, provides you with an intuitive point-and-click method for using your computer. Depending on the type of work you're doing; however, sometimes using a mouse actually slows you down. If...

Are keyboard shortcuts too much for you to handle? The bundled Apple utility Grab, located in the Applications > Utilities folder, is another method for capturing screen shots in Mac OS X. Grab is useful if you need to include a cursor or a...

The Ethernet MAC Address is a unique identifier for network cards, of the form 05-A8-34-C3-67-B4 or 05A8342367B4 (6 pairs of digits and characters in the range A-F, which might or might not be separated by hyphens). This number is often imprinted on...