Mac Health

In the event that a particular non-Apple program is not being shown correctly in the Spotlight results, you can solve this issue by performing the following steps: Turn off Spotlight indexing in that non-Apple application Turn on Spotlight indexing again If an Apple-program is not being shown properly in the Spotlight, or if your entire […]

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Television scheduling has a ‘Watershed’ to ensure age-appropriate programming. Cinema has rating certificates to prevent younger audiences from being inadvertently exposed to unsuitable content or language. In more recent years video games and even music tracks have age-ratings and content advisories for parents to review. In light of all this awareness of the impact of […]

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Background in Web Design & Development, PPC Management & Analytics

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What’s new in iOS7?

January 9, 2014

by smehta in Mac News

Exactly six years after Apple launched the first version of iOS, it has opted to give it a total makeover. Does the new-looking iOS make a good impression? More importantly, does iOS7 incorporate changes that make it significantly better than previous versions? The response to both questions is YES. With the arrival of Android Jelly […]

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iPad and iPhone are great devices for browsing the web. With these two devices, catching the latest news or listening to your favorite online radio is a cinch. However, the one issue that is causes frustration with handheld devices is typing URLs manually. Because of smaller screen size, typing URLs in an iPad or iPhone […]

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There are many reasons you may wish to transfer your iTunes library from one computer to another. For instance, you may want to share it with your friends/ family or just transfer it to a newly-purchased computer. This article lists the steps that will help you perform this task.  The process of transferring the iTunes […]

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Both iPhone and iPad are great devices for viewing videos. But they also have a major drawback: they can play only a few formats at high resolutions. This not-so-admirable feature leaves Apple lovers with three choices: Spend a significant amount of time converting videos to a format supported by their iPhone or iPad Do not […]

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Want to have your Mac appear on a Windows network? In some Macs, the share setting is disabled by default. This is likely to be the case if you have a new Mac too. To see your Mac on your Windows network, simply enable the share setting. To do this, complete the steps detailed below:  […]

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We are often asked the question “how can I print from my iPad?” If this question interests you too, read on for information on printing from an iPad or iPhone. If you print directly from your iPhone or iPad, you will require an AirPrint printer to act in the same way a printer server does. […]

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Many people who use iPad don’t realize that they can use it to work with documents. One application that you may need if you want to work with Office applications on iPad is Quickoffice Pro HD. Although a paid application, Quickoffice Pro HD offers many benefits such as: It is compatible with Microsoft Office It […]

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Transferring books to ipad

February 21, 2013

by smehta in iPad

If you have purchased a new iPad and want to copy pdf files from your Windows pc to the iPad, you need to perform the following steps: Run iTunes Click File and then click Add to Library Select the books, or .pdf files, that you wish to transfer and then click the Choose button Click Books […]

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