Throughout this whole month, many articles have been posted on UsingMac, teaching many nifty tricks as well as interesting stuffs to enhance your Mac life.
Now, it’s time for roundup of January 2009 resources.
The very basic thing on our Mac, that affects our mood, is how the look and feel of our Desktop. In the first month of year 2009, we have compiled additional apple wallpapers, dock skin, and screen savers for improving your Desktop appearance.
Shown Above. Dripping Apple Wallpaper
Collection of up to 30 great apple wallpapers created by many artists with different point of importance.
Guide you to modify your plain white dock skin into glossy black dock skin and many others dock skin of your choice.
Compilation of Mac screen savers that give your Mac special effect for screen saver, such as rainy, snowy, etc.
Many have failed to utilize the most of their Mac because they disobey the importance of keyboard shortcuts. In this month, we have explored some hidden keyboard shortcuts and created a guide to make new shortcuts for your convenience.
Shown Above. Some Hidden Shortcuts for Mac OS X
Revealing some unknown yet useful shortcuts to speed up your workflow.
Shown Above. Bookmarks Menu with New Assigned Shortcuts
Demonstration of the creation of new shortcuts for quick jump to bookmarked page.
Of course, every month we will come up with some killer tricks for you to experience. And for this month, what have we posted?
- Create Booklet with Mac Preview
- Free Download HD YouTube Video
- Amusing Space-Saving Dock Stacks
- Terminal Kills Process
Because of all your supports, we can manage to maintain our site until this point of time.
However, as a mere human, our ability is constrained by limited time and space. Sometimes, we’re just stuck on the corner failing to find interesting topic to put up. We really appreciate if our readers can participate in providing great resources for other Mac users.
If you’ve any tips and tricks on using Mac or something you want to discuss on, feel free to contact us at wendy[at]usingmac[dot]com.