Apple does not make it easy to have fancy (HTML) signatures in their Mail app. It requires hacking around with system files, but it can be done… safely. Here’s how.
Do you regularly change your network location settings, depending on what network set up you wish to use, or where you are located? Here’s the quick way to change your location, from the OS X menu bar.
Sometimes sending emails is not sufficient. Most people are overloaded with emails, and having a physical letter in their hands can make all the difference on whether or not they read your message. Here’s how to send letters with the ease of sending an email.
Here’s how you can copy and paste long complex passwords into security dialogs (aka. SecurityAgent) on OS X, particularly when creating and opening encrypted disks and disk images.
Mavericks has added some long overdue features to Finder, such as Tabs. I’ve been using tabs for a few years, and I’m glad to see that a third party app is no longer required. But there are still many nifty features apps like TotalFinder provide. Now there’s a free equivalent of TotalFinder. Learn about it here…