Switch between Applications as quick as a flash using your keyboard, hold down CMD ⌘ and press TAB ⇥ once This post is specifically for Mac Users I repeat ... hold down CMD ⌘ and press TAB ⇥ once Its one of the best keyboard shortcuts, second only to COPY and PASTE. Use it more … Continue reading Master Your Mac with Keyboard Shortcuts
Apple’s latest iPhone model is another step forward for the smartphone. We rely on these devices so much now; checking email, updating schedules, locating the nearest bar and idling a few moments on the train, oh and making phone calls too. A world without them would seem dull and slow. So do you need the … Continue reading iPhone 5 Review
and only one for Snow Leopard users Airdrop. The easiest method of filesharing between computers, ever. Use it whenever you need to move files between computers that are within wifi range of each other. You don’t even have to connect to a network or be on the same local area network. It is simple, quick … Continue reading Top Tips for Lion Users
Things you will need to know before you move from POP to IMAP; Your email username and password, you can check if you know them by logging on to webmail for your email address using a web browser. Your IMAP server settings, these include the server address and port number and can usually be found … Continue reading from POP to IMAP in 5 Easy Steps
There is a deadline looming that MobileMe users cannot escape. On the 30th June 2012 Apple will switch off the servers that run MobileMe and if you haven’t upgraded to iCloud your MobileMe email will no longer work. If you are running MacOSX 10.7.3 (Lion) then you can move to iCloud by going to http://me.com/move … Continue reading MobileMe and Snow Leopard, iCloud and Lion
We all know we should backup our data but we don’t always do it correctly, read this to make sure you have got it right. Reasons to Backup you delete something you shouldn’t have the hard drive or computer suffers a mechanical breakdown the computer is stolen or lost the computer gets … Continue reading Backup Your Computer
It is probably between 6 and 8 characters with a mixture of upper and lowercase and with at least one number. You are likely to use the same or similar passwords for Facebook, Gmail, YouTube, Twitter and even online banking. Or you might have discovered the new way to work with passwords. If not, you … Continue reading What’s My Password?