Tag Archive: Show


How to Show to ~/Library Folder in MacOS Sierra

The User Library folder is hidden by default in MacOS Sierra, but some advanced users may wish to show and access the ~/Library/ folder, which contains preference files, caches, and application support data. We’ll show you how to access the User Library folder quickly, as well as how to set MacOS Sierra Finder to always … Read More

How to Show Most Recent Message on Top of Mail Threads in iOS Mail

The Mail app in modern versions of iOS adjusted mail threading behavior, so that the oldest message in an email thread appears at the very top of an email message. This chronological ordering means you have to scroll down within the email thread to see the most recent email messages received on an iPhone or … Read More

How to Always Show Red-Eye Removal Tool in Photos for Mac

The Mac Photos app includes a great red-eye removal tool, which makes quick work of getting rid of the glaring red eye effect which can sometimes happen with photos of faces. One of the curiosities of Photos for Mac though is the red eye tool is not always visible as an option, as the app … Read More

Show Only Unread Emails in Mail for Mac OS X

Managing large numbers of emails can be time consuming, but one way to help tackle email on the Mac is by setting up an Unread Emails Only inbox. This allows Mac users to easily view unread mail messages without having to scroll through already read emails, since only the new or unread emails will be … Read More

How to Show Tabs Playing Audio in Safari for Mac

Have you ever restored the Safari browser only to have dozens of tabs and browser windows open, one or several of which are playing audio, and you then need to hunt down which browser tab is playing sound? This scenario happens fairly often to those of us who spend a lot of time in web … Read More

How to Show Full Email Headers in Mail for Mac OS X

Some users may wish to see the complete email header attached to email messages in the Mail app for Mac OS X. These long headers can reveal many details about the sender of an email message, including the origin mail servers and IP addresses, original arrival time, email alias details, and much more, making them … Read More

Apple is making a TV show about apps with Will.i.am

The next piece of original video content coming out of Cupertino is going to look more like a big iPhone ad than a TV show. Apple revealed today that is working with Black Eyed Peas singer and failed tech visionary Will.i.am to create a new unscripted TV series that’s all about apps. Also joining the […]

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House music superstar Deadmau5 will debut new show on Beats 1

Beats 1 just announced its biggest dance music collaborator yet, in the form of massively-popular, 35-year-old Canadian house music producer Joel Thomas Zimmerman, a.k.a. Deadmau5. HERE WE [email protected] is coming to #Beats1. Catch mau5trap presents… Friday at 3PM PT/6PM ET. pic.twitter.com/lE1WAoKyDn — Beats 1 (@Beats1) March 14, 2016 Deadmau5’s show, Mau5trap Presents, will debut this […]

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How to Show & Verify Code Signatures for Apps in Mac OS X

Code signed applications allow security conscious users to verify the creator and hash of a particular app to help confirm it has not been corrupted or tampered with. This is rarely necessary for average Mac users, particularly those who obtain their software from the Mac App Store or other trusted sources since the apps are … Read More [Read More…]