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Move Your iMovie 10 Library In Mac OS X Mavericks 0

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Move Your iMovie 10 Library In Mac OS X Mavericks

We have a rather simple post today that is dedicated to moving your iMovie library to a different folder or hard drive, including external ones. In the latest version of iMove 10, that comes bundled with Mac OS X Mavericks, you have a movie library. This has a similar functionality as iPhoto, although for your movies. By default when you first open your iMovie it will create the iMovie library in your users folder. You can move this library which is particularly useful if you have a small hard drive such as a Solid State Drive or want to put it on an external drive.

Enable iOS and Mavericks Keychain Within Mac OS X 1

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Enable iOS and Mavericks Keychain Within Mac OS X

With the latest version of Mac OS X, Mavericks, there is a cool new feature which allows you to generate passwords for websites and sync them with your iOS device. This allows you to have a secure random password which is then automatically stored. Then, when you use your iOS device it will automatically pull the password across allowing you to use it on the move. This is a great feature which gives you secure passwords.

Featured Post: Gaming On The iPad 0

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Featured Post: Gaming On The iPad

We have a guest post today about gaming on the iPad. There are a variety of different methods of gaming on the Mac. From the simple point and click to the more complicated multiplayer games with impressive 3D graphics. Todays guest post is a brief discussion on gaming and the various different ways your can play. Read ahead and let me know what you think.

Turn Off Automatic App Updates Within Mac OS X 0

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Turn Off Automatic App Updates Within Mac OS X

Your Mac has a new feature that allows itself to automatically update the apps you have installed. This means any app store apps that you download, will automatically update the next time you connect to the internet. If, however, you don’t want to enable such a feature, for example if you have limited internet access or you want to manually update them yourself, you can. This post will show you the simple way of turning off automatic update and the various different features it has.

How The Power Button Behaves In Mac OS X – Mavericks 2

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How The Power Button Behaves In Mac OS X – Mavericks

We have a quick post today to explain how the power button works within Mac OS X on the new operating system Mavericks. The developers changes the way the power button works, and it is worth pointing out the different features. Now when you hit the power button, it will turn your screen off. Your Mac will still be running however the screen will be off. This doesn’t send your Mac to sleep it just puts it into a low power mode.

Change The Snooze Time Of A Reminder 0

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Change The Snooze Time Of A Reminder

Mavericks has a cool new feature. Every time you get a reminder within Notification Centre you have the option to close of snooze the reminder. By holding down the snooze button you are given a variety of different options to change the reminder time. For example you can change the length to 5, 10, 30 minutes, you can even snooze the reminder for a week.

5 Simple Tips To Speed Up Your Mac – Guest Post 1

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5 Simple Tips To Speed Up Your Mac – Guest Post

If you feel like you are waiting too long for your Mac to boot up and applications seem to take an eternity to launch, then you can try these 5 simple tips to speed up your Mac. It is inevitable that through the constant use of your Mac, it will start to become bogged down by all the programs and data you install. These 5 tips will hopefully restore your Mac to feeling like new or very close to new. This is a guest post, on some simple but useful tips.

Get Access To All Screen Resolutions In Mac OS X 0

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Get Access To All Screen Resolutions In Mac OS X

Within the Mac OS X Mavericks preference pane for screen resolution, accessible from System Preferences > Displays, you are given an options what screen resolution you want. For some reason not all of the screen resolutions which your screen may be capable of are listed. To get around this problem we need to access a modifier key on your keyboard. To get a list of every screen resolution your screen is capable of press the option key while clicking on the scaled option button, this will give you a list of every screen resolution.

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