Tag Archives: Mission Control
Tips for Using Mission Control on...
Mission Control, originally released with OS X Lion, allows you to organize your windows, apps, and virtual desktops, as well as run small apps known as widgets, in a...

Get Dashboard Up and Running Again...
Dashboard, the secondary desktop introduced with OS X Tiger, is gone, vamoosed, kaput; it’s an ex-desktop. With the advent of macOS Mojave, the Dashboard and all of those productive...

Magnets, Hot Corners & Scheduling: A...
“To sleep, perchance to dream; ay, there’s the rub.” While neither Hamlet nor Shakespeare had computers available, the famous line from Hamlet’s soliloquy does describe a problem many Mac...


Spotlight Searching in OS X El Capitan Some of the New OS X...
With three months plus of beta testing out of the way, OS X 10.11 El Capitan is ready to go. Over the past months, I’ve had a chance to...

Mountain Lion. Seems cool to me.
From my quick assessment perusing popular online forums, Appleā€™s announcement last Thursday of the next version of OS X, Mountain Lion, has struck a nerve with some people among...