I just inherited a Mac system and want to figure out how many memory cards I have and what kind of memory is in each slot. I know how to figure out total RAM but how do I know on a card-by-card basis in Mac OS X?
I need to send screen captures to my tech support people but every time I use the usual Mac Command-Shift-3, I end up with the entire screen. I just want a region of the screen, not the whole thing. Is there a way to capture a section or area of my screen instead of the whole thing?
You’re backing up your Mac system every day, right? I mean, sure they’re reliable, but what if you lost it? What if there was a system glitch and the hard drive was wiped? What if someone stole your system entirely?
That’s why you should already have a backup system in place. If you’re a mobile worker like me, however, you aren’t always in the office. In fact you might not even have an office.
Which is why MegaBackup is a really interesting solution with its simple user interface, cloud-based storage and unlimited space for your critical photos, video, documents, files and more.
I want to start recording music on my Mac system and am stuck at sample rate and channels. For reference purposes, can I pick an audio file and see what its sample rate is and how many channels have been utilized for the recording?
Hi Dave. I read a ton of comic book news sites and too many of them have annoying auto-play video ads. Worse, if I mute the video and go to another tab, it’ll start up again. Is there any way to figure out which tabs are producing audio and mute them on my Mac?