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App Store Disable Password Prompt

App Store Disable Password Prompt
The App Store frequently asks for your password to be able to download new Apps, updates, or free Apps. You can easily tell the App Store to save and remember your password so you never get prompted again. Follow these steps.   1. Go to  -> System Preferences -> App Store   2. At the bottom you will see Password Settings. Change your Free Downloads to Save Password and Purchases and in-app Purchases to Require After 15 Minutes.   3. You will only be prompted for a password for App Store purchases after 15 minutes and never again for updates or free Apps.

Mac Reset Bluetooth Preferences for Bluetooth Issues

Mac Reset Bluetooth Preferences for Bluetooth Issues
Is Bluetooth on your Mac acting up recently? Are you loosing connection with a Bluetooth speaker randomly? Are you still able to pair Bluetooth devices to your Mac? You can try to reset your Mac Bluetooth settings which is found in a secret debug menu. Follow the steps below.   Note: Resetting the Bluetooth on Mac will not wipe your paired devices.   1. Ensure your Bluetooth Icon is showing in your menu bar. Go to System Preferences -> Bluetooth and ensure Show Bluetooth in menu bar is checked.   2. In your Menu Bar, Shift + Option click your Bluetooth icon. It will reveal several new options pictured below.   3. Choose Debug -> Reset the Bluetooth module.   4. You will receive a prompt asking you to continue,...

Mac Bring Dashboard Widgets to Front Desktop

Mac Bring Dashboard Widgets to Front Desktop
Want to always see and use your favorite Dashboard Widget? You can bring Mac X Dashboard items to your Desktop and make them show persistently. Follow these steps.   1. Find your Dashboard hotkey. Go to System Preferences -> Mission Control and see your hot key for Dashboard.   2. While still in Mission Control, ensure Dashboard is switched to As Overlay   3. Open Terminal. (Applications -> Utilities ->Terminal) 4. Type the following commands: defaults write com.apple.dashboard devmode YES then killall Dock   5. Open Mac Dashboard. Click on any Widget and hold the mouse button while hot-keying back to your desktop. Your widget should appear on your Desktop. Repeat this action for as many widgets you would like placed on your Desktop. Note: If you still cannot mouse-click...

Mac Change DNS Servers

Mac Change DNS Servers
Your Mac uses DNS to be able to connect to any internet domain address – like http://becomethesolution.com. Basically, without DNS you would never be able to type a web address name into your web browser and have it resolve. You never need to worry about managing your DNS because your ISP (Internet Service Provider) (such as AT&T or Comcast) automatically pushes their DNS to your home router. Thus, all computers connecting to your router use the same DNS servers. When you purchase Internet from an ISP, you are essentially paying to use their DNS servers. There are many public and private DNS servers you can use. Some private DNS servers promise 100% uptime but come with a price.   What should I do when my Internet is down?   The next...
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