Tag Archive: Removing


Instantly Free Up 2.7GB+ of Storage Space on New iPhone by Removing iWork Apps

Most new iPhone and iPad models ship with the pre-installed iWork / iLife suite of apps, including Pages, Keynote, iMovie, Numbers, and Garageband. While this is a great collection of apps, many users who won’t be using them (or at least all of the apps) may rather have extra storage space available, which is nearly … Read More

Speed Up Time Machine by Removing Low Process Priority Throttling

It’s well known that all Mac users should set up Time Machine to automate backups of their computer, and while most Mac users let OS X go about backing up to Time Machine at it’s own pace, which sometimes borderlines on glacial, some users may wish to speed the backup process up a bit. With … Read More

Safely Removing a Drive to Avoid the “Disk Not Ejected Properly” Alert in OS X Mavericks

The Mac issues a warning when an attached disk, drive, or volume has not been ejected properly, this is to insure against data loss on the drive in question, and it is good advice to follow. Of course the next obvious question for so many newcomers to the Mac platform is how on earth to … Read More

Removing Tags from Files & Folders in OS X Mavericks

File tags in OS X We showed you how easy it is to quickly add tags to files and folders with the simple drag & drop trick, but what if you want to remove a tag from something? That’s equally easy, and we’ll cover two ways to remove a tag or multiple tags from items that currently have them: through a quick right-click action, or through the Finder toolbar. These two tricks  [Read More…]

Installing and Removing Fonts in Mac OS X

Manage fonts in Mac OS X

Managing fonts on the Mac is incredibly easy regardless of what system software version you are using. We�lll cover the process of installing new fonts, deleting unwanted ones, and also restoring your default system fonts in case you mess something up.

 

Installing New Fonts in Mac OS X

Installing new fonts is very easy. All you need to do is:

Double-click on the font.ttf file  [Read More…]