Accessing a hidden folder from within an application may be tricky, but can be overcome using a simple Finder trick.
Aiming to have user accounts show up more often in various search engines, the social network develops a directory tool.
The telecommunications giant is selling the assets to Cerberus, but will get a 47 percent stake in the new venture.
Most preferences in OS X are stored directly in the user's Preferences folder; however, within this folder is a directory called ByHost that contains other commonly used preferences.
If you have accounts in OS X that the system stubbornly refuses to remove, there are some things you can try.
If you change the system language in OS X, some key directories such as the default home folder directories should show in the new language. If this does not happen there is a way to fix the problem.
Users should by default not be able to rename the supplied directories in OS X home folders, but if they are renamed, then odd application and system behavior may result.
Online people-search directories make it easy to discover a wealth of private information simply by entering a name, address, and/or phone number in their search boxes.
Online directories let people discover a scary amount of private information about you simply by entering your name, location, and/or telephone number in their search boxes.
Terminal users may find it useful to open the current Finder window in the Terminal and open the current Terminal working directory in the Finder. Some options.