How To Cut And Paste Files And Folders In Mac OS X Lion

Well, here’s something for our Mac OS X Lion! This newly launch Mac OS X Lion has brought the long anticipated “Cut and Paste” feature to the Mac OS X desktop and Finder, allowing users to truly cut and move the selected documents and folders to a new location, rather than just making a copy of them. Here’s presenting you the step by step guidelines posted on how to cut and paste files and folders in Mac OS X Lion. Read More

How To Re-Enable Your Library Folder In Mac OS X Lion [Video Guide]

Well, here’s something for our Mac OS X Lion! Though Mac OS X Lion offers several enhancements and new features, but actually it missed out the Library folder. Actually, by default, Apple hides this folder to prevent users from messing up their system. Though it might not seem substantial to the average user, but most advanced users might not like this change. Read More

How To Add A Message To The Login And Lock Screen In Mac OS X Lion [Guide]

The newly released Mac OS X Lion brings a nice new feature to login and lock screens that allow you to display a message below the login panel. Actually, that message will be visible to everyone and it makes for a great place to put either a generic personalization or better yet, a lost and found message. Here’s presenting you the step by step guidelines posted below to add a message to the login and lockscreen in Mac OS X Lion. Read More

How To Speedup Slow Fullscreen Animation Of Mac OS X Lion [Guide]

Well, here’s something for our new Mac OS X Lion users! Are you getting annoyed due to the slow fullscreen animation on Mac OS X Lion? Then, don’t worry, you are on the right track! Actually, just recently, Yllier, a popup iOS tweak developer, has launched a tweak for Mac OS X Lion, called, SpeedUpFullScreenAnimations,  which decreases the fullscreen animation duration from 1 second to 0.3 seconds. Let’s have more information on this from below. Read More

How To Turn Off Auto Correct In Mac OS X Lion [Guide]

Well, here’s something for our Mac OS X Lion users! Are you wondering on how to disable the new auto correct feature of Mac OS X Lion? Then, don’t worry, you are on the right track! Actually, it seems that the auto correct feature is a lot more intelligent than past iOS versions. Let’s have more information on how to deactivate this auto correct feature in Mac OS X Lion from below. Read More

How To Access ~/Library Folder In Mac OS X Lion

Apple released the new Mac OS X 10.7 Lion publicly to the real world. The new Mac OS X Lion hides the ~/Library directory by default. Actually, it’s easy to reverse and show Library all the time using a terminal command: “chflags nohidden ~/Library/” (without inverted commas). However, there are many users, for them, that simply isn’t necessary as they won’t be accessing the Library directory enough to make it worthwhile. In order to access quickly and temporarily, you have to access to your ~/Library/ Directory that still retains its default nature. Here’s presenting you the guidelines. Read More

Mac OS X Lion 10.7.2 Build 11C26 Seeded To Developers

As you all know, Apple has just recently released the new Mac OS X 10.7 Lion to the public. However, just recently, the Cupertino giant has updated the newly released Mac OS X 10.7 Lion to the version 11C26 and seeded to the developers as the beta version. As you all know, the updated version naturally brings something new, likewise, this new beta version has also brought the iCloud support to the world’s most advanced operating system. Read More

How To Install Mac OS X 10.7 Lion On Hackintosh PC [Manual And Video Guide]

As you all know, the new Mac OS X 10.7 Lion has been released and with up to 1 million downloaders in just first launch day has confirmed that the new Mac OS X 10.7 Lion has got a good start. Well, many of you who have built a Hackintosh PC from scratch may be wondering whether it’s easy enough to upgrade their system with the new Mac OS X Lion. The ultimate answer is “yes”, as Tonymac has presented the step by step guidelines on how to install the new Mac OS X Lion on Hackintosh PC. Read More

How To Disable Mac OS X Lion's "Resume" Feature [Mac OS X Lion Tip]

Well, as reported, just recently, Apple has launched the new Mac OS X Lion public version to the world. The new Mac OS X Lion has brought so many new features, but one of the main feature that it has brought along with is, “Resume”. Though this feature is good, but what if you want your Mac to behave like it did in Snow Leopard? Actually, at that time, you can disable the “Resume” option easily. Let’s have more information on how you can do this. Read More

Apple Launches Apple Server Diagnostics Version 3X109

Just recently, Apple has released the new Apple Server Diagnostics 3X109, a new version of the company’s software. As you know, a new version naturally brings something new, likewise, this new version of Apple Server Diagnostics will allow owners running Mac OS X Lion Server components on Mid 2010 Mac Pro and Mid 2011 Mac Mini server configurations to test their machines for hardware issues. Let’s have more information on this from below. Read More

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