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How To: Disable Auto Login Mac OS X

How To: Disable Auto Login Mac OS X

You can disable the Mac X login prompt for every time your turn on your Mac computer. Some of us don’t want the hassle of entering a password each time we power on our Mac – especially if we are the only user of the Mac machine.   1. Go to  -> System Preferences ->...

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How To: Disable Time Machine Prompt

How To: Disable Time Machine Prompt

Are you tired of seeing the Time Machine Backup message each time you insert a new hard or flash drive into your Mac? There is a quick and easy fix to disable the Time Machine Backup message altogether. This will allow you to insert new flash or hard drives into your Mac and quickly format them...

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How To: Mac Keep Plain Text Format After Copy Pasting

How To: Mac Keep Plain Text Format After Copy Pasting

When you copy and paste text from a Web Browser, Word Document, or anything else, Mac OS X is intelligent enough to keep the same formatting (font, size, color, hyperlinks, etc.) of the text from where you copied it from. This can be convenient or a pain, depending on what you want. There is an easy...

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How To: Mac Allow Applications From Anywhere

How To: Mac Allow Applications From Anywhere

If you want to install and run any application in Mac X you download from the Internet, you will need to change a security feature in Mac X system preferences. By default, Mac X locks down your system so you can’t install or open applications not verified with an authorized published certificate. There are many Mac...

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How To: Mac Mail Show Email Headers

How To: Mac Mail Show Email Headers

If you are trying to find out where an email originated from, you can reveal email headers to show the source of an email. In the example below, we will reveal email headers of an email and understand what each value of the header represents.   1. Open an email and go to View -> Message...

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