Posts Tagged for the: OS X Yosemite

How to Set Up and Use Handoff in OS X Yosemite

For seamless continuity between what you do across your Mac and iOS devices, you should really learn how to set up and use Handoff. Here are the easy steps.

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How to Customize the OS X Yosemite Login Screen

Tired of looking at the same old bland screen when you open your Mac? You can actually make the OS X Yosemite login screen be whatever you want. Here’s how.

10 More OS X Yosemite Features You Didn’t Know About

Some of the most useful OS X features aren’t highlighted at the big Apple show. That’s why we have these awesome OS X Yosemite features for you right here.

How to Set Up AirDrop for iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite

Tired of emailing photos and files from your iOS 8 devices to your Mac and vice versa? Set up AirDrop so you can more easily share those files between them.

How to Install OS X Yosemite From OS X Mavericks

While Mavericks is great, there are a ton of new features and improvements that should make you want to upgrade. Here’s how to install OS X Yosemite.

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How to Set Up iCloud Drive in OS X Yosemite

Apple’s iCloud is close on the heels of popular cloud storage services like Dropbox and Google Drive. Here’s how to set up iCloud Drive in Yosemite.

5 Cool OS X Yosemite Features You May Have Missed

So much is new in this version of OS X that you probably haven’t discovered it all yet. Take a look at some Yosemite features you’ll want to get to know.

OS X Yosemite Tip: How to Show the Full URL in Safari 8

Do you like Yosemite but have a problem with the latest update of the Safari browser? Here’s how to get Safari 8 to show the full URL of any website again.

How to Use FileVault in Yosemite to Encrypt Your Hard Drive (or Not)

Yosemite makes it easier to protect the data on your hard drive in case it’s lost or stolen, but it’s up to you. Find out how to turn FileVault on or off.

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.