Tired of copying-and-pasting AppleScripts you find online? Here are two services that'll do it for you.
Two Hints readers came up with an AppleScript that moves a bunch of selected files and folders to a new folder -- and it works even in system-restricted folders like the Trash.
If you send messages to Address Book groups in Mail, and if some group-members have more than one e-mail address, your message may not get to the right one. Here's how to make sure your mail goes to the address you want.
Macworld's Dan Miller came away empty-handed from Friday's iPad 2 launch and is left wondering why big crowds turn up for such events.
By default, Help windows in OS X float above all others. That can be a hassle when you want to see other windows but don't want to close Help. Fortunately, there's a way to make the Help Viewer behave like any other window.
You can use finger gestures on one of Apple's new trackpads to crop and straighten photos in iLife's photo editor.
GadgetTrak is an anti-theft app tracks your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch if it should be stolen.
The folks who make Direct Mail software face an uphill fight, image-wise.
Gauging by the number of people who've asked me about it, the iGrill is one of the more intriguing products at Macworld 2011.
One software company asks: What's it take to get a little attention around here?
Don't want to wade through all those preference panes to change one setting? One Hints reader came up with an AppleScript-application that makes such a change simple.
An iPod dock-speaker made especially for the kitchen, the iHome iP39 doesn't take up too much counter space and it cleans up easily. If you don't already have any way to play your iPod in the kitchen, the iP39 is worth a look. But it's missing some basic features, and it won't win any awards from audiophiles.
For the first time, an Office app hits the iPhone: OneNote lets you create and save notes to the cloud.
Alfred may not be as powerful as Launchbar, Butler, or Quicksilver. But it makes up for it with a clean interface, straightforward configuration, and effective results.
It’s nice to know that OS X Hints editor emeritus Rob Griffiths still visits the site, as evidenced by his posting of this nifty hint for Firefox users.