Do you sometimes wish that your Mac would read your mind and organize all your business notes properly? Do you sometimes waste valuable time, looking for important screenshots and files in your computer? Then try out these three technology hacks for quick and effective solutions to your problems in a jiffy.
1. Boost Your Efficiency With Hotkeys, Keywords And Much More With Alfred:
Do you often spend a lot of time searching for apps or websites you often use? Then check out Alfred – an award-winning productivity app designed exclusively for Mac OS X that gives you greater control over your computer and makes life much simpler. After making some settings, you’ll be able to open what you want within a second.
Here are just some of the many things you can do with Alfred:
- Find apps and files without even removing your fingers from the keyboard
- Browse the web with default and custom search keywords
- Use the Shift key to preview contents of a document without opening it
2. Manage Your Clipboard History With This Handy Tool:
Tired of switching tabs again and again when copying and pasting a list of things? Clipmenu allows you to do so just all at once!
If you’ve been using clipboard, is your clipboard history too cluttered? Are your work notes always disorganized?
Then here’s ClipMenu to the rescue – a free and highly efficient clipboard manager for Mac OS X which allows you to record 8 clipboard types, including image, plain text and much more.
3. Find Your Precious Screen Shots In A Sec With This Quick Hack:
All your screenshots are saved to the Desktop by default but if you take lots of screenshots, finding a particular one might be a difficult task. Fortunately, you can use this trick to change the default screenshot location on your computer. If you make them be saved to Downloads folder, then you can drag the screenshot as the latest download file from the folder in the tool bar.
From now on, be more productive when you switch on your Mac. Share these tips with your friends today!
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