Quick Tip: Hold down the option key when clicking the Airport icon in the menu bar. This will allow you to see more info regarding the wireless connection you are using, like Security, Channel, SSID etc. Handy little tip. Use it. Enjoy!
If you have made the upgrade to Mountain Lion, like me, you are most likely loving the new notification centre. With a whole range of apps and websites beginning to support it, the notification centre is set to become extremely useful in our day-to-day lives. Why not allow iTunes to integrate with it then? Well[…]
Just a quick little tweak, that makes your iTunes just a bit more functional. To show the artwork of the currently playing song in iTunes, all you need is this tiny app. DockArt comes from the developers called Splook, and is super simple to use. Once you’ve downloaded DockArt, Copy DockArtPlugin.bundle to ~/Library/iTunes/iTunes Plug-Ins or[…]
Any Mac user that shares external drives with Windows machines knows; you can read and write to FAT32 drives, but you can only read from an NTFS one. This is very frustrating, since there is a file size limit of 4GB on FAT32. 5 years ago, that would not have been a problem. But today,[…]