Just a reminder that no operating system is secure:
By following the steps here. The performance improvement was very noticeable!
Is there ever. Thanks to to the Aus Mac Ed blog who’ve covered the InstantShot application. Well worth the money it costs – nothing.
Aus MacEd is a new site for Mac-based educators recently launch, and a pretty sight for sore eyes it is. Recommended reading if you’re part of the target group.
There’s an excellent tutorial here:
A favicon is a 16 by 16 pixel image that appears immediately to the left on the URL in your browser’s address bar – it also will appear in your favourites / bookmarks list.
This blog now has one – a great tutorial. That said, because I don’t have Photoshop I just used GraphicConverter (link in tutorial) on its own with no problems – I created the 16 x 16 pixel size then saved direct to Windows Icon – it came out at 4K from an original 2 MB file.
For WordPress users, insert the required code link code in the header.php file of your WordPress template.
OmniDiskSweeper is a shareware app that will scan your hard drive in OSX and list all your files in order of their size. If you pay the $15 registration you get a delete button rather than having to remove files manually.
A concise article on some wireless music options for beginners can be found here.
If you have a Mac or PC with an enormous music collection on it, the wireless option is well worth thinking about if your current hi-fi system is on its last legs…..
I gained an extra 1.5 gigabytes of disk space after Monolingual removed thousands of files (It took close to an hour).
Freeware at its very best