Archive for the: October, 2014

Check Out the Cool New Features of the iOS 8 Mail App

With Apple’s latest mobile OS, sorting your email on your iPhone or iPad has never been easier. Check out these new features in the iOS 8 Mail app.

5 Tips for Using Safari 8 in OS X Yosemite

With OS X Yosemite comes Safari 8, which is faster and features some updates you may or may not like. Here are some tips for getting the most out of it.

How to Use the Caffeine App for Mac OS X

This nifty little app keeps your Mac screen from dimming when you need it bright, such as during a presentation. Check out how to use the Caffeine app here.

How to Use Flyover With Apple Maps on iOS 8

Apple Maps just got even better with the new Flyover feature in iOS 8, which gives you a 3-D, interactive aerial tour of major cities. See how it works!

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How to Use Handoff With OS X Yosemite & iOS 8

If you have Yosemite and iOS 8, the Handoff feature lets you start a file on your Mac and finish it on your mobile device, or vice versa. See how here.

How to Sync Gmail With Mac Mail in OS X Yosemite

Now that you’ve got OS X Yosemite, you’ll most likely want to add your Gmail account to it. Here are the easy steps to sync Gmail with Mac Mail.

How to Create a Bootable Drive & Install OS X Yosemite Faster

No need to upgrade your Mac via the App Store. You can create a bootable USB drive that will let you install OS X Yosemite in a fraction of the time.

11 Ways to Turn Around a Bad Day in 10 Minutes or Less

Everyone has a bad day now and then; the trick is keeping it from sending you too far off track. Check out these quick remedies for fixing your lousy mood.

How to Change Up the iOS 8 Sharing Panel

With its latest version of iOS, Apple is finally letting you customize. Here’s how you can modify the iOS 8 sharing panel to suit your preferences.

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How to Fix Duplicate Contacts in Outlook for Mac 2011

Ever since OS X Mavericks, it’s been hard to clean up duplicate contacts in Outlook for Mac 2011. Not to worry, though: we’ve found a way for you.