This one is for all the MacBook owners out there! Do you think you master everything about your luxury computer? Apple’s Mac computer is easy to use and set up but there are still lots of tricks that will help you make the best of it. Here are some of them.
Use Spotlight to Improve your MacBook Performance
You can use Spotlight to speed up efficiently your Apple computer. For this purpose, you only have to hit Command + Space. You can now access to your files easily, open applications, search the web, and even realize system-wide searches. You can also use the search engine as a calculator. On demand, it can even make currency conversions. It is one of the most practical tool offered to Mac users.
Install Nahimic Software on You MacBook to Ameliorate the Sound
You can enhance the sound on your Mac with Nahimic, a modern software which is already a great success with the gamers. It is compatible with Mac computers and will allow you to enjoy an immersive experience while playing your favorite video games. Moreover, it can impressively ameliorate the sound of your music and movies. If you are an iTunes subscriber, this software will be very helpful.
Mac Shortcuts You Should Remember
If you are used to Windows and now own a Mac, you surely know that there are well-known shortcuts such as Control + Alt + Delete that doesn’t work on your Apple computer. Know that you can hit Command + Option + Escape instead every time you want to shut down a task the hard way. This is definitely faster than right-clicking on each app.
To take a screenshot on your Mac, you have 2 options:
- Command + Shift + 3 to capture the whole screen;
- Command + Shift + 4 to capture a custom portion of the display.
Another practical Mac shortcut: Fn + F5 will give you a full list of similar words right then and there while you are typing. Talking about typing, hold down a letter if you need an accent mark and a list of relevant choices will appear.
How to Take Advantage of the Menu Bar?
First, you can use it to avoid that the music accidentally blares out of the Mac speakers as you are using Bluetooth headphones. To do so, you just have to go to System Preferences > Sound and check “show sound” in the menu bar. Now you can change the volume of the music you are listening to from the menu bar. Just hold “Option” when you click on the icon to change de source. The tool is useful but eats up screen space. To get the space back, go to System Preferences > General, click “Automatically hide and show the menu bar.”