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Simple Steps to Transfer iMessages to New Mac

Upgrading to a new Mac is fun! What’s not fun though is that very often an upgrade comes at the inconvenience of losing your old settings, preferences, and data. 530 more words


OS X El Capitan: Use the Character Viewer

Use the Character Viewer to enter emoji, symbols, accented letters, and characters from other languages (such as Japanese, Chinese, or Korean) into your documents. 343 more words


OS X El Capitan: Use the Keyboard Viewer

OS X El Capitan: Use the Keyboard Viewer

See where characters for other languages, and special characters and symbols, are located on your keyboard.

  1. Click the 

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To use emoji on the Mac

To use emoji on the Mac

  1. Position the cursor in any text field you’d like to insert an emoji, like posting a tweet for example.
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Refresh File Type Icons on OSX

Have you ever changed a file type association on Mac and the icon still annoyingly shows the icon for the old application instead of the new one? 28 more words


Mac OS X El Capitan Spotlight Tip

For those who still do not use Mac OS X’s handy spotlight feature, this is a sample of how powerful and comprehensive this search tool is: 24 more words


How to rename multiple files on Mac

Sometimes its a bit of a pain to rename a batch of files in a directory to something more meaningful, right? For instance, lets say I have 300 files that are named in two parts (e.g. 100 more words