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Get Instagram Filters on Mac

Get Instagram Filters on Mac
A quick and easy alternative to getting the amazing Instagram filters on Mac is to use filters for photos found in the App Store. This is a free app.   This app gives you over 30 beautiful hi-resolution filters to choose and edit filter amounts and contrast. This app truly creates awesome beautiful transparency to any photo you have in a matter of seconds! Many of the filters are better than Instagram’s.   Quickly import and image, apply a filter, and export to file. Filters for Photos automatically creates a new image when you import and does not overwrite your original image.     Download Filters for Photos from the App Store here.

How to Run Windows Programs on Mac Without Installing Windows

How to Run Windows Programs on Mac Without Installing Windows
We live in the decade where Mac & Windows get along with each other – exceptionally well. Let’s travel back in time first. Back in the 90’s when Mac OS was an infant, Connectix offered Windows Virtualization using Virtual PC. Virtual PC software allowed you to launch your own copy of Microsoft Windows in a separate window while you worked in your Mac desktop. Unfortunately, Virtual PC required a lot of system resources to perform adequately at best. Additionally, Virtual PC did not support all Windows features, including some Windows-based graphic features and driver support. Intel Mac’s allowed optimized virtualization by taking advantage of Intel Core technology. In 2006, Parallels Desktop for Mac software released using hypervisor technology that works by mapping the host computer’s hardware resources directly to the virtual...

Update Mac OS X Hosts File

Update Mac OS X Hosts File
To quickly update your Mac hosts file, follow these steps.   1. At the Finder, select Go -> Go to Folder… at the top menu bar.   2. Type /etc/ then Go.   3. You now be in the /etc/ folder which contains the hosts file.   4. To edit the hosts file quickly, drag the hosts file to your desktop. This creates a copy you can edit and save to. Once the hosts file is on your desktop, open it. (You may need to right-click and choose open with TextEdit.app) 5. Add your necessary host file updates and save the file. Finally, drag the desktop hosts file back into the /etc/ directory. This will copy and replace your current hosts file. You will need administrator privileges so type in your account...

Add Shortcuts to Mac Dock

Add Shortcuts to Mac Dock
Every Mac user loves their shortcuts. Did you know you can easily add alias shortcuts (Applications, Folders, Documents, and more) into a folder in your Mac X dock? Follow these steps.   1. Create alias’ for any shortcuts you would like. To create an alias, right-click an application (or anything) and choose Make Alias. Create all necessary alias’ for your shortcuts.   2. Create a new folder called SHORTCUTS. Place all your alias’ inside your new folder. 3. Next, drag the SHORTCUTS folder to the right side of your dock pictured below. The folder will appear in your dock.   4. Now you can click the folder to reveal your shortcuts and open them!
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