Having all your photos in one place is great, but sometimes you need to get a little more organized. By creating multiple photo libraries, you can separate - for example - work and personal photos. It’s simple to setup and although you can’t have two libraries open at the same time, it’s easy to switch between them.
Screen protectors are great for preventing scratches and adding strength to protect the screen from shattering upon impact. At TD Curran, we recommend the Moshi iVisor series of screen protectors. Rather than a cheap film screen protector that is likely to bubble, peel and frustrate the user, Moshi has crafted a high-quality product that’s easy to install, washable and has a lifetime warranty. Let’s take a look at the different options that are available and some of the great features the iVisor has to offer.
The Airport Express is an incredible dual-band wireless router, network extender, wireless audio solution and wireless printing adapter all inside a tiny, 3.85” x 3.85” x .9” white enclosure. But enough with the techy stuff, let’s talk about what you can do with it.
Has this ever happened to you? One moment your phone is safely in your hand and all of a sudden it’s on the sidewalk, shattered like a baseball through a glass window. You hold back tears. “I never thought it would happen to me!”
If you break your iPhone’s screen, it’s not the end of the world. Here’s how to get it replaced.
I have a love-hate relationship with autocorrect. It’s incredibly useful for correcting my typos and mistakes in real time, but also immensely frustrating when I send something I didn’t mean to due to an autocorrection. Here are a few tips and tricks to better manage your keyboard and get the most out of it.
Welcome to The Weekly Mac Tip, where we present you with helpful, bite-size tips and tricks to help you use your Mac like a pro. In this episode, Austin walks through how to configure your Mac to enable tabbing through dialogue box options and buttons. If you are already used to using the tab key to navigate around OS X, you might find this trick incredibly helpful!
As you peruse the Web, your browser creates and stores bits of information on your computer. These temporary Internet files contain such things as website browsing history, cookies and Web page caches. While these files have their uses, they tend to build up over time. Remove these temporary files in either of two locations in the Safari application.