Find your Mac OS X Keyboard Shortcuts using CheatSheet

The standard user interface of Mac OS X

The standard user interface of Mac OS X (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

When your trying to find ways to simplify your desktop experience, keyboard shortcuts can cut down on clicks and get you to where you really want to be, but the question is do you know the keyboard shortcuts available to you on your Mac OS X desktop, and to that end you might want to employ the program CheatSheet to list all of those Keyboard shortcuts in one place, for more check out CheatSheet for Mac OS X.

Fixing Out of Sync Audio on VLC player with Keyboard Shortcut

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English: VLC icon (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

VLC player is pretty handy video playback program, and one of the things that make it cool is that it is designed to be very simple to use, and to that end, if you do find that your watching a video in VLC and the audio seem out of sync, you can use a simple keyboard shortcut to get things back in order, for more check out this article that talks about this more HERE.

Make Copying Large Blocks of text easier on Mac’s using SlideMode

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English: MacBook Pro at the desktop. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

When your using a MacBook or any Mac, you might find it hard at times to select a large block of text to copy, and this probably is more of an issue when using a trackpad for your mouse, than on desktops but regards of your hardware platform you might find it a bit easier using keyboard shortcuts that can be provided by the program SlideMode for Mac OS.

Autocorrect Misspelled words in Mac OS X with Keyboard Shortcut

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Having to actually right click and select to auto correct a misspelled word at times can be more of a hassle than its worth but you can solve this issue by using a keyboard shortcut on your Mac OS X desktop, for more on what this shortcut is and how you can use it check out this article HERE.

Windows 8 Shortcuts Keys

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When you use an operating system, its not always easy to have to click and do this and that to accomplish the same type of actions that could be done by a keystroke or a hotkey, and to that end, you might want to become a bit familiar with Windows 8 Shortcuts Keys, check out a pretty good listing of them on this PC World article HERE.

Add Gestures, Keyboard Shortcuts and more to your Mac OS Desktop with BetterTouchTool

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If your looking for a way to add some functionality to your Mac OS Desktop, and your looking for things like gestures, keyboard shortcuts, and Snapping Windows, then you’ll need to check out the program BetterTouchTool for Mac OS.

Manage your Windows Desktop Hotkeys with AutoHotkey

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When it comes to managing your Hotkeys in Windows there are a few different options you can go with, but if you want a tested and user friendly experience then you might want to give the program AutoHotKey for Windows a shot.

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