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This post is specifically aimed at first time Mac users and at others who have been looking for some free and open source softwares to make their daily tasks easier. Not only do the softwares listed here come free of cost, they also do their [...]

There are plenty of apps available on the Mac App Store, but there aren't quite a lot of Windows apps on there. Certain users who've recently moved over to the Mac, will definitely miss some basic Windows applications. Now, there are ways to make your [...]

This is a guest post by Pradeep who blogs at Tech3dge. If you would like to write for CallingAllGeeks, check our Adsense revenue sharing program. CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) the most important and the easiest thing needed in coding a web site and very much [...]

The WWDC 2011 Keynote has already commenced and the first thing Apple chose to unveil today is the Mac OS X Lion. It's not just hardware but great software too that makes Macs the most wanted computers around the world. Let's look at Lion's top [...]

When performing iPhone unlocks or when jailbreaking your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad it is always best to get the latest iOS firmware. Now, we would always recommend you to download the iOS firmwares from Apple’s official site, but in case you’re in a hurry [...]

Today, I bring you two very useful dashboard widgets from Bjango (aka iSlayer). iStat Pro and iStat Nano are two free dashboard widgets which will let you monitor your Mac's working like CPU usage, RAM, Hard Drive space, network bandwidth usage, temperatues, uptime and much [...]

You may want to connect your Mac to a different network than the one it connects to by default for reasons like greater strength, faster speeds, security etc. This tutorial shows you how to change the default wi-fi network order in just a few minutes. [...]

This tutorial shows how to display Folder size in Finder so that you can sort folders according to size. As you know by default Finder only shows size of Files and not folders. Other Tutorials for Mac OS X's Finder: Mac Tip: How to Close [...]

This is probably the last in the Mac OS X Dock Tweaks series. I saw this in a screenshot posted by a friend and really wanted to know how to do it ever since that moment. Finally, I found the terminal commands to put Dock [...]

In a previous tutorial, we showed you how to take screenshots in Mac OS X. Today, we are sharing a set of interesting terminal tweaks to get even more out of screenshots on your Mac. I have tested all of these to work in Snow [...]