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Jan 23, 2014
by Gavin Thomas.
Travel to the sweltering plains of southern Africa to learn about lions, then trek to Assam, India, to explore the problems faced by people who live in close proximity to Asian elephants. After that it’s a plunge to the depths of the ocean abyss to discover some of the nightmarish creatures that rule this dark kingdom. Here’s a sneak preview of this and more fantastic content…
May 12, 2013
by Freddie Harrison.
Learn how to create custom keyboard shortcuts in Mountain Lion and quickly access common commands in almost any of your favourite apps. It takes just 10 minutes!
May 5, 2013
by Freddie Harrison.
When you’re travelling, your Mac can be one of the most useful tools imaginable
Feb 5, 2013
by Freddie Harrison.
Our first glimpse at OS X 10.9 could be just around the corner as sites report multiple sightings of the new, unreleased operating system in their visitor logs.
Jan 13, 2013
by Stephen Ashby.
Learn to use Search Tokens – a fast and effective way of finding what you’re looking for on your Mac
Jan 12, 2013
by Freddie Harrison.
Learn how to quickly preview PDF documents, music, movies, photos and many more files using Quick Look in Finder – your Mac’s best-kept software secret.
Jan 7, 2013
by Freddie Harrison.
Ever wished you could remote lock your Mac with your Bluetooth-enabled iOS device? Keycard allows you to just that. Stopping office spies has never been easier.
Dec 30, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
One of OS X’s hidden gems, Quick Look lets you view multiple files in one hit, find out how to make the most of this great feature in our step by step guide.
Dec 16, 2012
by Stephen Ashby.
We show you how to tame Mountain Lion’s Resume feature so it works just as you want it to
Nov 11, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
Change any icon on your Mac with this quick and simple trick using Finder. It only takes a few seconds and you’ll soon have a completely customised Mac.
Nov 7, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
Mac OS X 10.9 is reportedly being tested by Apple and is appearing in the server logs of major websites. Could this see Mountain Lion’s successor launch in 2012?