Earlier this week on Macworld, I addressed the many ways you can
customize your Mac. But there’s more to the story—much more.
In this video blog, I reveal even more things you can do that will make your Mac look and work as you want it to. I include a brief introduction to TinkerTool, a must-have utility if you’re in to personalizing your computer, and I also demonstrate what I think is a visually interesting hidden feature in Mac OS X.
Please keep in mind that I’m a complete rookie at this video stuff, and as such, you won’t find the production quality you’ll see in some of our other videos—but hopefully I’ll improve as I do more of these in the future.
Macworld Video #19
• Format: MPEG-4/H.264
• Resolution: 640 x 480 (Apple TV, iPhone & iPod compatible)
• Size: 50.9 MB
• Length: 5 minutes, 53 seconds
in the video—it was also the subject of a post this week in
the Mac 911 Weblog.
Other apps and screensavers mentioned in the video include: