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Google Autocomplete More Results

Google Autocomplete More Results
We all use Google search. As you type in Google search, Google will try guessing what you are searching for by autocompleting your words. This can be helpful in many ways. You can use Google Autocomplete to find what other users are searching for on the Internet.   You can control the amount of autocomplete results that are returned when you type. Follow these instructions.   Sign-in to your Google account (Gmail)   Go to your Google Search settings here.   Under Google Instant Predictions, change to Always show Instant results         Save     Now you should see the maximum of 10 autocomplete or instant search results when you type into Google search.

Mac OS X Versions Names

Mac OS X Versions Names
The following is a list of current Mac X versions by year and names. It is a complete list of all Mac OS versions and code names to date.     Year Version Name 1984 1.0 System 1 1985 2.0 System 2 1986 3.0 System 3 1987 4.0 System 4 1987 5.0 System 5 1988 6.0 System 6 1991 7 Mac OS 7.6 1997 8 Mac OS 8 1999 9 Mac OS 9       2000 X(beta) Kodiak 2001 10.0 Cheetah 2001 10.1 Puma 2002 10.2 Jaguar 2003 10.3 Panther 2005 10.4 Tiger 2007 10.5 Leopard 2009 10.6 Snow Leopard 2011 10.7 Lion 2012 10.8 Mountain Lion 2013 10.9 Mavericks 2014 10.10 Yosemite 2015 10.11 El Captain 2016  - macOS Sierra          The latest version of Mac...

Copy Multiple E-Mail Addresses into Mac Mail

Copy Multiple E-Mail Addresses into Mac Mail
Open Excel and paste the email addresses into the A column     Click on the B column and add this text into the excel formula bar: =A1&","     Double click the small dot in the bottom corner of the B cell.     Your email addresses will now all move over with commas – which is how Mac Mail formats and validates email addresses when you add them. You can now copy and paste the B column into mail email field.      

The Token Database On Your Hard Drive is Protected by a Password

The Token Database On Your Hard Drive is Protected by a Password
If you use the RSA Secure ID client in Mac or Windows, you may randomly receive a message opening a token you want to use.   The Token Database On Your Hard Drive is Protected by a Password       You probably don’t recall ever setting a password on your token – so this message comes completely at random. The documented fix is to change device password. Note, you will clearing and deleting the token currently used inside SecureID following this procedure.   Go to Options -> Token Storage Devices -> Change Device Password -> Reset Device   You will receive a message Successfully delete tokens and remove password.
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