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Even if you aren't familiar with the term Cocoa Key Bindings, you may use them daily. Lion changes a specific keyboard shortcut's behavior, and we know how to bring back Snow Leopard's default instead.
Running into trouble using the Lion version of iCal? You're not alone. Here are answers to common problems.
Ted Landau tells us that while it may be easy enough to install applications via the Mac App Store, removing them isn't quite so simple. Read on for his solutions.
A reader asks "Why, oh why, do my Safari pages spontaneously zoom in?" Look no further than your index finger and what it's resting on.
Looking for something? Lion's handy Spotlight menu offers new ways to work with your search results.
If your Mac can't seem to find files and email messages, it's a sure sign that its Spotlight index needs some attention. Here's how to put things right.
Did you know that Lion includes a small utility for monitoring several aspects of your network's Wi-Fi traffic?
Whether you need to organize a carpool or a department, using Automator you can easily create a summary of a weekly schedule and send it out to those who need to keep track of events.
Lion Finder offers three different ways to organize your folders: Arrange By, Sort By, and Clean Up By. What does each option do? Can you combine them? Kirk McElhearn explains.
Situation: You've rebuilt your Address Book by hand, but you've unearthed an old Address Book archive. How to preview the contents of that archive (and copy data from it) without importing it? A new account may be the simplest answer.
We've come across even more hints for bending Mission Control to your will.
A simple modifier key allows you to temporarily restore Snow Leopard's three-finger swiping behavior in Lion.
If you've upgraded to Lion, try firing up Time Machine while running iPhoto. Notice something different? That's right, Time Machine and iPhoto are no longer joined at the hip. But there is a way to recover individual images from Time Machine.
There are plenty of third-party tools that will open a selected folder in the Terminal. One Hints reader found a way to do it that's built into OS X Lion.
With the arrival of Lion, figuring out the best way to be prepared for a restore of your drive requires more planning than ever before. Ted Landau walks you through the many options.