How To Use Time Machine To Backup Manually

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Mac OS  X comes with a built in tool called Time Machine which can be used to backup your System and also create restore point at various intervals. Once Time Machine is setup, it runs a automated incremental backup every hour. This sometimes can be a problem when you are tight on Backup Disk space [Read more…]

MacBook – Get External Monitor To Work With The Laptop Lid Closed

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Most of us are used to plugging in our PC laptop to a docking station at work to take advantage of a larger monitor and mouse, but when I initially tried to setup my MacBook in a similar fashion my external monitor would blank out. This article shows how to get your external monitor to work [Read more…]

How To Create A Bootable Clone Of Your Mac Hard Drive

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Mac’s come with a built in tool called “Disk Utility” which can be used to clone your Mac Hard Drive. The process of creating a bootable clone of your Mac Hard Drive is fairly simple, but before we get into the nitty gritty of  actually creating a bootable clone of your Mac Hard Drive, lets talk  a little about [Read more…]

How To Transfer Data To iPhone 5 From Your Old iPhone

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Apple’s newest gadget the iPhone 5 is finally here. If are upgrading your existing iPhone to iPhone 5, the first thing you would like to do is transfer your data from your old iPhone to your new iPhone 5. This can easily be achieved in a few simple steps as shown below.  [Read more…]

Displaying Application On All Desktops In Mac OS

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Mac OS is a paradise for multi-tasking, since it gives the option of not only having many applications open on a single screen or desktop but also gives the ability to have as many desktops as needed on the same machine. One can switch between these desktops by simply swiping across the track pad [Read more…]

Installing Mountain Lion On VMware Fusion

In our last article we showed you how to install Mountain Lion side by side Lion by dual booting it. But, if you truly want to run Mountain Lion at the same time you are running Lion, then you will need to install Mountain Lion on a Virtual Machine. To see how to install Mountain Lion on VMware Fusion, check out the below video. This video explains the complete process, from downloading Mountain Lion to creating a Virtual Machine using VMware Fusion and finally installing Mountain Lion on VMware Fusion, in just 6 minutes.