There are good things and bad things about having a software-based volume dial. Most PC laptops have a rotary dial that allows for fine adjustments. On MacBooks, you have to press the volume up and down buttons, which aren’t always as precise. Ever since Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, you can finely adjust the volume of your Mac using this simple trick.
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Tags: Apartment Therapy, app, blogs, Mac, OS X, program, restart, shortcut, techniques, technology, tips, volume
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Depending on what kind of a user you are, you might use or ignore the widgets on your Dashboard. Lion has made them easier to access, thanks to a swipe gesture, but what widgets will serve you best? Here’s a rundown on what we like to keep on our Dashboard.
Tags: 4TB, blogs, computing, G-Drive, G-RAID, hard drive, hitachi, Mac, OS X, storage, Technabob, technology, Thunderbolt
While I agree that 4 terabytes of storage might seem like a lot to some users, it isn’t for others (me included). I’ve been delaying dealing with my hard drive capacity problems for about a year and a half and it’s gotten to the point where I’ll need a RAID array to serve my needs. Thankfully, Hitachi has just announced some new 4TB drives that will be released soon.
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Tags: Apartment Therapy, blogs, editing, Mac, managing, Notepad, OS X, technology, text edition, unplggd
Notepad is the tried and true text editing software on Windows. We’ve actually got Notepad running 24/7 to write down our to-do lists and such, but there’s also a Notepad for Mac. This app does a lot more than just take notes, and allows you to manage all of the text files and snippets you’ve got on your computer, making it easy to find something you’re looking for.
Tags: Apartment Therapy, blogs, image capture, Mac, OS X, screen shot, skitch, Software, technology, unplggd
From time to time, it’s necessary to take a screen shot of your desktop. Both Macs and PCs have ways of doing this, but it usually implies porting the image capture into an image editing software to modify it. It can get tedious, but that’s something that our favorite image capturing software Skitch isn’t about. Skitch allows you to capture screen shots, modify them, and share them thanks to their online service.