In case you weren’t aware, when clicking on menu options with the option key you’re given more advanced menu options. In Snow Leopard this feature has been greatly improved.
Anyone else completely bewildered by the sudden move of the refresh button from the left of Safari to the far right inside the address bar? If so, here’s how to get it back… kind of.
Almost every inception of Mac OS X has had tweaks and improvements on Exposé, the almost incredibly useful feature that allows you to see all your open windows at once. In Snow Leopard it has been beautifully revamped to become not just a nice feature, but a necessity.
OK, Robot Forest isn’t exactly a trust-worthy source for rumors, and I don’t generally comment on rumors. However, this new craze about the Apple Tablet is forcing me to speak out.
We all have iTunes libraries that could use a little cleaning up, especially when it comes to finding out the albums and proper artist tags of all those tracks you got from your friend and torrented.
Everyone knows that iPhones are more like computers rather than phones, and just like computers they have lots of processes running in the background that slow it down. Many of these processes you only need while actually using a certain app, but once you’re done it continues to run and slow it down.