How to Unhide your Library Folder in OS X


AppleScript

AppleScript (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Perhaps you have wondered in the near past if it would be possible to bring the Library Folder out of hiding on your OS X desktop, and you can do this, the article talks about how you can do this using apple script, for more check out this article HERE.

Rid Mac OS Lion of Rubber Band Scrolling


The Launchpad (formerly Springboard) on Mac OS...

The Launchpad (formerly Springboard) on Mac OS X Lion (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Perhaps one of the features that you don’t care for in your new Mac OS X Lion is the Rubber band Scrolling or elastic scrolling which probably might not be your cup of tea, and your now looking for a way of ridding yourself of this annoyance, well you can do just this, check out this article that points you in the direction of rubber band free scrolling HERE.

Get A Mountain Lion look for Windows 7/8 with Mountain Lion Skin Pack


The icon of Mac OS X Lion

The icon of Mac OS X Lion (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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There are those that like the UI look to Mac OS X Lion and perhaps your one of those people, but you don’t care to take the dive and actually purchase a Mac, well you can still enjoy the UI look of Mountain Lion using the Mountain Lion Skin Pack for Windows 7/8.

Get Rid of Dock Delays in Mac OS 10.7


The Launchpad (formerly Springboard) on Mac OS...

The Launchpad (formerly Springboard) on Mac OS X Lion (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

When you use the Dock on your Mac OS 10.7 desktop you might find the delay in the dock appearing and hiding to be rather annoying and wish you could somehow adjust or change this delay to suit you, well you just might be able to, check out this article that discusses this issue and how you can change the delay, HERE.

Take Control of your Mac OS X Lion Firewall with IceFloor


The icon of Mac OS X Lion

The icon of Mac OS X Lion (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Usually the firewall programs that come default with OSes like Mac OS X Lion, are meant to be very simple programs that do an effective job at what they do, but you get very little control over tweaking the way the firewall works, but you can overcome this issue on your Mac OS X Lion install using the program IceFloor.

Spice Up your Mac OS X Lion Dock with Dock Designer


The standard user interface of Mac OS X

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If the stock dock on your Mac OS X Lion desktop isn’t up to par for your liking, then perhaps you might want to take a look at a program called Dock Designer that will allow you to customize the dock in a few different ways, for more check out the free program Dock Designer for Mac OS X Lion.

Get to know Multibeast with a Video Guide


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OSx86 Desktop (Photo credit: scottkellum)

If your about to build your own Hackintosh machine then you’ll probably need to know a thing or two about the post install process which involves the tool Multibeast, but you don’t know jack about this, so check out this video which gives you a pretty good starting point for using the Multibest program, check out the video HERE.

Turn off Startup Sounds on your Mac OS X Lion Desktop


If you don’t care for the start up sound made when your Mac OS X Lion desktop finally loads up, then you can remove that silly sound with the program StartNinja for Mac OS X Lion.

English: The icon of Mac OS X Lion

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Mac OS X 10.7.3 Update bug causes Launched Programs to Crash


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If you have updated to Mac OS X 10.7.3 then you might be experiencing a problem regarding program execution crashing giving a message of CUI, although this isn’t the case with all users some users are complaining after installing the software update they are having issues launching programs, for more on this issue check out this article HERE.

How to get Save As Function in Mac OS Lion


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One thing that some users have been mystified by is the fact that you no longer have a Save As option with your Lion OS, but you have to use the export feature to emulate what Save As would have done for you in the past, for more on how this works check out this article HERE.

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