If you work with archived files (ZIP, RAR, TAR, etc.) wouldn’t it be handy if the OS X QuickLook feature could show you the contents without having to open the file? Here’s how to do that…
If you do web design on your Mac, you may need to create FAVICON files (ICO files). If you use Photoshop, here’s how to save a FAVICON / ICO file on Photoshop CS5, CS6, and CC.
Two free tools to easily spoof (change) your computer’s MAC network identification address, allowing you to use free yet time-restricted Wi-Fi networks indefinitely.
Ever needed to crop and split a scanned book in PDF format? Here’s a super easy way to do it, using Briss.
Here is an easy way to make a window in OS X float above all other active and inactive windows. You can also add transparency. And it’s free.