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Solve Pinch To Zoom Not Working In Safari 0

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Solve Pinch To Zoom Not Working In Safari

One of the many features of Safari is the ability to use the pinch to zoom feature on track pads and the magic mice. This is useful for zooming in on image and webpages. If, however, you don’t seem to have this ability all of a sudden with the latest version of Safari or Mavericks there is a solution to this problem. It turns out after a lot of digging and searching the implementation of Adblock causes this ability to be disabled. However by restarting the extensions within Safari this problem is solved.

Speeds Up Your Mac’s Desktop 0

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Speeds Up Your Mac’s Desktop

Today we have a quick tip for those that are experiencing a slow desktop when on your Mac. Due to the functionality of your desktop, your Mac wants to render videos and images. This is so it can generate a thumbnail for your desktop. This, in some circumstances, can slow your Mac down. Although using a tool such as CleanMyMac, helps with keeping your Mac in tip top shape, there are other methods. The quickest method in speeding up your desktop is to delete the icon, however there are alternatives.

Navigate Your Life More Efficiently By Syncing With Apple Maps 0

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Navigate Your Life More Efficiently By Syncing With Apple Maps

Todays post is going to discuss some of the rather cool things you can do with the Apple Maps app on your Mac and the method in which you can push places and cool locations to your iDevices. This allows you to set up locations and routes on your Mac, using the app and then send these routes to your mobile. I think it is a quick may to setup these locations on your Mac, sometimes I find using the Map app a little slow.

How To Vertically Select Text Within TextEdit 0

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How To Vertically Select Text Within TextEdit

This is a neat trick that I found the other day. If you use TextEdit for writing down notes you can vertically select characters from the body of text. For example, if you have a list of items that is well organised and neatly lined up, a mini table or sorts, you can select all of the items within a column. This is a great way to edit items that are directly underneath each other. To edit these items simple hold down the option key (between control and command) and then select vertically.

Guest Post: How to Sync Your Files On Your Mac Using Mozy 3

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Guest Post: How to Sync Your Files On Your Mac Using Mozy

We have a new guest post today. Discussing in detail Mozy, a backup and cloud storage solution. They do everything from personal storage all the way up to enterprise level storage. The guys at Mozy have written this short post to explain there product in a little bit more detail. I have written about Mozy and other backup solutions a long time ago, so there is a bit of history with this company.

Re-Enable Wi-Fi Syncing With iOS 7.1 0

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Re-Enable Wi-Fi Syncing With iOS 7.1

A while ago I showed you some secret tricks in enabling wi-fi syncing on your iPad, iPhone or other iOS device. With the latest version of iOS 7.1 the wi-fi sync capability, which is a major feature and incredibly, useful won’t work. The solution however is very simple and I will admit that it took me longer that it should have to work it out. To re-enable wi-fi syncing you have to set your iOS device as a trusted device.

How To Make Your Mac Efficient for Gaming 1

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How To Make Your Mac Efficient for Gaming

We have a guest post today all about gaming on your Mac. I love computer, I don’t get the most time to play although I do try and get a couple of hours in every now and then. Most gaming is done on mobile devices. This post is going to discuss how to set up your Mac to be an efficient gaming machine. The tips are obvious although if you find yourself slowing down they are solutions to follow. I recommend getting a solid state hard drive, as this allows quicker file openings which allow maps and features to load quicker.

Create Your Own iPhone Ring Tones In Mavericks 0

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Create Your Own iPhone Ring Tones In Mavericks

This post is based on a couple of questions and problems people have emailed in about creating ring tones within iTunes. If you have a new iPhone, you would like a custom ring tone. This post will explain how to do this within iTunes and Mac OS X Mavericks. Mavericks and iTunes have recently been updated, which means you have to slightly change how you create ring tones. One of the steps, in many posts published online, is done automatically in previous versions. This post is simple to follow and once you do it once, it takes no time at all to repeat.

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