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How to avoid emailing the wrong person in Mac Mail

Where would be be without the internet? Email is an essential function that we cannot live without - www.rawinfopages.com

Many people have more than one email address and it is easy to accidentally send a message or reply to the wrong account. However, there is a simple tweak in Mail on the Mac that can prevent it.

Pin tabs in Safari and save your favourite websites

Safari is the default web browser on the Apple Mac is is a favourite of many Mac users

Do you have several favourite websites that you regularly visit every day? One way to make them easier to access is to add them as bookmarks, but there is a better way. Pin them in Safari.

Preview web pages before you go there in Safari on the Mac

The Apple MacBook is a popular choice of computer for home and work.

Most web pages have links on them and some have a lot. The question is, are they worth visiting? What if you could peek at them without actually going there. You can! Here’s how to do it in Safari.

How to capture difficult screenshots on the Apple Mac

Taking screenshots is easy and there are several key combinations that save the whole screen or part of it to disk as an image file. Some screenshots appear impossible, but there are ways to take them.

Stop Apple Mac Store annoyances with these tweaks

Don't let your Apple Mac drive you nuts! Take control of the Mac App Store and configure it to work better

The Mac App Store is a handy way to find and install software on your computer and it is also a source of OS X updates. However, it has annoying features too, but you can easily solve them with these tweaks.

How to cover your tracks with Safari on the Mac

Clear your browser's history to keep safe and secure

Your internet activities are tracked in several ways when you use a web browser, but sometimes you don’t want to leave traces behind as you browse the web. These techniques will cover your tracks.

Take control of notifications on OS X and organise them

Information - notifications

Notifications came to OS X on the Apple Mac a couple of generations ago and they have not changed much. This does not mean they cannot be changed and here are some tips for improving them.

Close Safari tabs on iPhone and iPad from your Mac

Safari web browser

Oops! You left open some Safari tabs on your iPad or iPhone and someone might see them! What can you do? Fortunately, you can close them from anywhere in the world using your Apple Mac.

Fix Hot Corners and access useful functions on your Mac

Hot Corners is a great feature of OS X, but some people have been having problems with it since upgrading to El Capitan. Let’s take a look at it and see how it is configured. It might solve some of those problems.

Create and use libraries with Photos on the Apple Mac

Photos app in OS X

The Photos app replaced the old iPhoto app a long time ago in OS X, but even though you may be using it quite often, there are still new features to discover. Here we take a look at libraries, the place where your photos are stored.

Use the tools in Preview to edit photos on your Mac

What software do you use when editing photos on your Apple Mac? How about Preview? The latest version of this app has some great features for editing your snapshots.

Set Safari AutoFill email address preferences in OS X

If you use Safari on the Apple Mac to browse the web, you probably use its ability to automatically fill in name and email fields in forms. Here’s how to choose the email address you want to use.

How to screenshot anything on the Mac including the Touch Bar

Learn all the keyboard shortcuts to take screenshots on the Mac, even the Touch Bar too. Plus hidden screenshot settigs

To capture the screen as an image on your Mac ad save it to disk, there are several hotkeys you need to remember. There are also some secret settings to make the task of taking screenshots easier.

El Capitan gets a big upgrade - are you prepared?

OS X El Capitan has been available for just over three weeks and there has already been a major update to the operating system. This is mainly to fix problems that people were having and some security flaws.

Is iPhoto using up gigabytes of disk space on your Mac?

Apple has replaced iPhoto with the new Photos app and this raises a few questions, such as, is the old iPhoto app still worth keeping, and is the old iPhoto library necessary? Both occupy gigabytes of disk space.

Boost productivity in El Capitan with a split screen

MacBook

There is a new feature in El Capitan that could help you get more work done by banishing irritating distractions from the screen. It goes one step better than full screen view.

Are you using the best feature in OS X El Capitan?

OS X El Capitan desktop image

Which feature would you say is the best in OS X El Capitan? There is one that could completely change the way that you work with your Apple Mac and it is unusual and revolutionary.

Track favourite sites with Shared Links in Safari

Just a row of monitors with different icons on each one

Do you use Shared Links in Safari on your Apple Mac? Why not? Is it because you aren’t sure what they are or how useful they can be? Fear not, here’s how to use them to track websites and see what’s new.

Two top Command key tricks for the Apple Mac you should know

The Command key on the Apple Mac keyboard has useful functions you may not have discovered - learn all the tricks and shortcuts | rawinfopages.com

There are four special keys on the Apple Mac keyboard - Shift, Ctrl, Option and Command - and they modify certain actions and menus. Do you know how the Command key changes the way files are opened? Here are two quick tips you will find useful when trying to locate files.

The ultimate Mac speedup guide to boost performance

Time, speed and performance are all related - the faster you go the less time it takes!

New Apple Macs are great and they offer excellent performance. After a while and after numerous OS X updates, apps, games and so on, they slow down. Here’s how to speed up up your Mac and recover that lost performance.

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