College students who want to get a handle on their busy schedules should download this app to make sure they're always on time and know what's coming up.
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Separate desktops in OS X can be useful for grouping applications by type or function.
In OS X you can conveniently create your own custom keyboard hot keys for menu commands; however, sometimes they may not work properly.
It's easy to assign unique ringtones to help ID callers before looking at the screen, but there are plenty of times we need to mute our phones. We can still ID callers, though; Vibe lets us assign unique vibration patterns to contacts.
If you are like us, the lack of Spaces on OS X Lion has been a bit irritating. We finally figured out how to assign apps to a desktop, allowing for a little bit more control over app organization.
A few people have reported getting self-assigned IP addresses after installing OS X 10.6.8 on their systems, which should be easily fixed by resetting the system firewall.
While not a commonly recognized image editor, ColorSync Utility in OS X has some convenient editing options, such as quickly assigning color profiles to images.
One common issue that has affected OS X systems is when network interfaces are issued a self-assigned IP address. Here is how to address this problem.
This handy utility, normally $24.99, lets you assign colors and icons to Windows folders for easy at-a-glance identification.
We're getting all tangled up next week, and want to see how clean or messy your wire situation is at home or at your office. Send us your pics and we'll run them on the show!