iTunes used to download both the SD and HD versions of purchased films. If you don’t need those SD copies, deleting them could save some space.
One of the most popular Finer Things in Tech posts of all time is a set of tips and a terminal command to show your home user library folder. Apple decided to hide this sensitive […]
If you use the Finder’s Column view (⌘-3, or View > as Columns) and select a text file, you can scroll a preview of what’s inside in the preview column without having to open the […]
Some sites like WordPress and Google+ are adding the ability to drag and drop files to upload them. But if you use Safari, you can drag and drop onto most file upload buttons. If you […]
A quick way to toss a bunch of files and folders into a new folder is to select them and use ⌃-⌘-N (Finder > New Folder with Selection). This will create a new folder, either […]
You can trim your Finder window to save space and reduce clutter, depending on your workflow. ⌘-⌥-S (View > Hide Sidebar) will hide the sidebar (the second gallery image), while ⌘-⌥-T (View > Hide Toolbar) […]
If you would rather not deal with iPhoto (or Aperture) to get to the Photo Stream photos you’ve shared from your iPhone or iPad, CNET has a handy how-to for doing so. In short: OS […]
When you create a new file or duplicate an existing file, OS X uses “January 24, 1984” as a placeholder for the file’s creation date until the operation finishes and it can fill in the […]
When you move or copy a file in the Finder, Mountain Lion now displays a progress indicator next to each file in Columns view, or on top of the file icon in Icons view.