I have installed Plex media server on my mac and tried to uninstall it. I have realized that just removing the application from application folder alone won't uninstall it. Here are the steps to completely remove the Plex Client and Plex Media Server from your Mac OS Computer:
Over a period, I have used many password protection software, but this one appears to be the best I have used so far.
1Password can create strong, unique passwords for you, remember them, and restore them, all directly in your web browser. Also it can sync between your details between your mac, iPhone and Ipad.
You need to buy one license for your mac and another license for your iPhone and iPad, all you need is your drop box configured in these devices. Eventhough priced on a bit higher side, this is definitely a useful application.
After updating to OS X Yosemite I have noticed that one of my favourite appps Shiftit was not working.
FIX: 1. Go to System Preferences
2. Click on Security & Privacy
3. Under the Security tab, enable the changes by entering your credentials
4. Check & uncheck the Shiftit check box
Now if you activate Shift it it should be working!
If you are using Outlook 2011 on your mac and would like to transfer your existing data to MAC mail programme, follow the steps shon below.
1. Create a new folder in Finder
2. Open Outlook and click and drag each folder into the new finder folder you have created. Note: You will need to expand the trees so you drag each folder rather than just master folders.
3. Open Mail.
4. Select the Inbox. Go File/Import Mailboxes and select the last option “Files in m.box format.” Click Continue.
If you are working with website development or want to block or redirect access to specific domains, you have probably edited the system file /etc/hosts like me. I have recemtly upgraded to Lion and to my astonishment, I found that the entries in the hosts file is anymore considered. After a lot of checking around, this is what worked for me.
1. If you don't have the program TextWrangler (Free text editor for Mac), go ahead and install it.
With the IOS5 and the iCloud service, it is very easy to find you lost or misplaced iPhone, iPad or Mac.
All you need is to download and update the latest IOS 5.x on your iPhone, iPad or Mac, while rebooting, it will promt whether you want to "Set up iCloud", say Yes, don't worry it won't cost you anything. Sign in with your Apple ID and follow the onscreen instructions.
Once you have completed the iCloud setup, it will prompt whether you want to sign up for "Find My iPhone.". Say "Yes", I can assure you someday it is going be very handy.