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    • How to Zip Files on a Mac

      How to Zip Files on a Mac

      The zip file format has been around since the late 1980s and provides computer users with the ability to compress one to many files. The format has been supported via third party utility since its creation and has seen built-in support in the Windows and Mac OS X operating systems added over the past several

    • How to Boot Mac OS X in Single User Mode

      How to Boot Mac OS X in Single User Mode

      Running Mac OS X in a Single User Mode allows you to do maintenance and administration tasks which would otherwise be unavailable to a normal user when the computer runs in a multi-user mode. For example – in a single-user mode you can run the fsck command to scan your disk for any errors, and

    • How to Re-enable Mac OS X Automatic Login

      How to Re-enable Mac OS X Automatic Login

      Mac OS X Version 10.3 and Higher Log into the machine. Navigate to the Apple menu and select System Preferences. This action will launch a System Preferences window. In the System Preferences window, locate the section entitled System. In the System section, locate and click the Accounts icon. (It should be the first icon from

    • How to Run Windows Programs on Mac

      How to Run Windows Programs on Mac

      Windows programs which don’t have a dedicated version for Mac OS X cannot be ran on Mac directly, but they can be ran with the help of a special tool. There are two basic ways to run Windows programs on a Mac. One is emulation, and another is virtualization. Emulation Emulation refers to simulating the

    • How to Zoom in on a Mac

      How to Zoom in on a Mac

      A common problem that arises for Mac computer users is figuring out how to zoom in on the computer screen and resetting to the normal display. Apple built a screen zoom feature into the OS X operating system as both an accessibility and classroom feature. Unlike a Windows computer, the Mac permits the real time

    • How to Replace a MacBook Keyboard

      How to Replace a MacBook Keyboard

      An Apple MacBook can last some time without the keyboard getting damaged. If the keyboard gets damaged (for e.g. a loose key falls out of the setting) or the user simply wants a new keyboard, he/she will need to replace the keyboard in question. The MacBook has a fairly simple case that users with the

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