Posted by Mayank on August 4, 2012 in Mac

Most Wi-Fi networks use poor security which leaves you exposed to privacy breaches and identity theft. Your exposure to security risk increases when you access a public network or are traveling and need to connect to a network to do your work. The need is to have a powerful WiFi protector, which can scan all the wi-fi networks you use for any security problems and warns you if any of them is unsecured. WiFi Protector is a simple to use but powerfRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 3, 2012 in Mac

There are plenty of things you can do with your Dock, namely: Change position of Dock Add an Application to Dock Remove an Application from Dock Using Stacks Other Dock Hacks When you do these options – you’re essentially personalizing Dock settings and deviating from factory default. If you end up doing too much and realize that you’ve overdone and want to return back to original factory settings – you’ll be surprRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 2, 2012 in Mac

Mac users got affected by a recent phishing scam, which redirects Mac users from legitimate websites to fake websites, which claim that their computer is infected with a virus. The fake websites also offers MacSecurity “anti-virus” software to solve the issue. Unless you realized it, this “anti-virus” software is malware (i.e. malicious software). Its ultimate goal is to get the user’s credit card information which may be usRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on August 1, 2012 in Mac

The Dock is the bar of icons of applications that sit at the bottom or side of your screen. It provides easy access to some of the applications on your Mac (such as Mail, Safari, Address Book, and QuickTime Player), displays which applications are currently running, and holds windows in their minimized state. For your convenience, you can add your own applications, files, and folders to the Dock too. You can also add or remove applications from Read More...

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Posted by Mayank on July 31, 2012 in iPad,iPhone,Mac

Congratulations! You gave into all the positive news around OS X Mountain Lion and got yourself one. Readers of this website suggest that Messages is one of the most sought after feature of OS X Mountain Lion. Messages or iMessage lets you can send messages to anyone who has an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 5 or later, or a Mac with Mountain Lion. Nice feature, but it doesn’t work as smartly as you believed it would. You will have toRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on July 31, 2012 in Mac

OS X Mountain Lion supports Dictation. So wherever you can type, you can use your voice instead. We’re not talking Siri yet. Dictation is is available in Apple products which do not have Siri yet and Mac happens to be just one of them. Dictation is a perfect companion for those, who do not have the mobility or typing skills required to compose long emails or documents. Dictation works seamlessly with almost every application and if you payRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on July 31, 2012 in Mac

OS X Mountain Lion brings iMessage to Mac as well, thus enabling Apple products to gel further with each other. With iMessage, you can send messages to anyone who has an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 5 or later, or a Mac with Mountain Lion. Messages for Mac has an elegant design, which makes it easy to follow conversations. Your current conversations are listed on the right and ongoing conversations on the left, with the most recent on topRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on July 31, 2012 in Mac

With OS X Mountain Lion, you can automatically install software updates while your or your computer is sleeping (we do not expect your computer to be awake while you’re sleeping! :P). If you do like this feature, you do not need to do anything because by default, this setting is enabled when you install OS X Mountain Lion. If you’re not comfortable with your Mac getting automatically updated without reading the list of changes –Read More...

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Posted by Mayank on July 30, 2012 in Mac,Security

With OS X Mountain Lion, Apple introduced Gatekeeper, which makes it safer to download apps by protecting you from inadvertently installing malicious software on your Mac. Without argument, the safest place to download apps for your Mac is the Mac App Store and that is what Apple wants you do to with Gatekeeper. Apple reviews each app before it’s accepted by the store, and if there’s ever a problem with an app, Apple can quickly remove it froRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on July 29, 2012 in Mac

Mac users got affected by a recent phishing scam, which redirects Mac users from legitimate websites to fake websites, which claim that their computer is infected with a virus. The fake websites also offers MacProtector “anti-virus” software to solve the issue. Unless you realized it, this “anti-virus” software is malware (i.e. malicious software). Its ultimate goal is to get the user’s credit card information which may be Read More...

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Posted by Mayank on July 28, 2012 in Mac

OS X Mountain Lion is all about tons of new shortcuts and trackpad gestures that make working with your Mac faster and easier. You might have discovered quite a few yourself, but, here are a few, which are our favorites. These OS X Mountain Lion keyboard shortcuts work in the Finder and in many work in other OS X Mountain Lion programs, as well. Print out this chart and stick it to your monitor and refer to it while using OS X Mountain Lion. HanRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on July 26, 2012 in Browsers,Mac

OS X Mountain Lion is here and one of the significant changes, which it brought along is the new Safari version – Safari 6.0. Once you install Safari 6.0 or upgrade to Mountain Lion, you will notice a significant change in the look and feel of the new Safari. One of the significant changes, which you will observe is that the Search Bar has gone missing in Safari 6.0 If you’re running older version of Safari, here’s how to resolvRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on July 26, 2012 in Mac

Mac users got affected by a recent phishing scam, which redirects Mac users from legitimate websites to fake websites, which claim that their computer is infected with a virus. The fake websites also offers Mac Defender “anti-virus” software to solve the issue. Unless you realized it, this “anti-virus” software is malware (i.e. malicious software). Its ultimate goal is to get the user’s credit card information which may be uRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on July 25, 2012 in Mac

Apple has opened the doors and the latest jungle cat named Mountain Lion is out in the open. OS X Mountain Lion is available for purchase for $20 in the Mac App Store. Irrespective of the claims how clean Apple upgrades work – issues do come up during upgrades. After all, it is next to impossible to cater to all the possible Macs in the world. There are a few steps, if you follow properly, we can bet that your upgrade will be free of issuesRead More...

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