Find your Mac OS X Keyboard Shortcuts using CheatSheet


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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.

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Gain Access to Hidden Windows Programs with WinPlusX


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If your looking to dive into your copy of Windows and unlock its secrets then you might need a program that will help you get to the hidden Windows programs your looking to access, and to that end you might want to check out the program WinPlusX which will bring these hidden programs to light, for more check out WinPlusX for Windows.

Keep Track of your Network Activity In Windows Using NetSpeedMonitor


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At times it might be useful to know how much of your networks bandwidth your using, and you might not be able to find that out so easily, but if your on a Windows Desktop you might want to grab the program NetSpeedMonitor to help you track down how much bandwidth your using, and you can find the information in your Task bar, for more check out NetSpeedMonitor for Windows.

Get all your Mac’s Bookmarks into Evernote with Booknote Importer


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A screenshot of the Origyn Web Browser(OWB) running on Morph OS showing bookmarks. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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If you collect tons of bookmarks and don’t want to lose them, or have them accessible from anywhere, then you might consider exporting them to Evernote, and you can do this with easy on your Mac Desktop using the program Booknote Importer.

Edit your Windows Content Menu’s with Right Click Tweaker for Windows


Windows 7 build 7600

Windows 7 build 7600 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

When it comes to Windows Content Menus or for those that don’t know what this is, the menu that comes up in Windows when you right click on your mouse, you might find that some of them have too much of crap in them, or perhaps they are missing a options you really need, either way you might want to check out the Windows program Right Click Tweaker which will allow you to edit the menu, putting items you want on there, for more check out Right Click Tweaker for Windows.

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.

Browse your Google Doc Files From your Windows Desktop using gExplore


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If you find that you do a fair amount of work with Google Docs then you might want to have access to your files even if your don’t have a browser open, and you can now achieve this on your Windows desktop using the program gExplore.

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