10 Secret Features Hidden in Your Mac

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Let’s face it: you probably don’t know as much about your Mac as you should. 10 Secret Features Hidden in Your Mac

How much you know about your Mac? Do you know about it completely or are you a master in it? Let’s face it. We brought 10 secret features hidden in your Mac. You can have better features in Mac iPhone8

We have put some great tips and tricks that can show you how to manage your time using Mac, by taking an advantage of its hidden calculator and much more that has been right in front of your face, but you forgot to notice it.

10 Secret Features Hidden In Your Mac

1. Take a trimmed screenshot:

Are you tired of taking screenshots which capture more than your screen? Did you use commant + Shift + 4, that can change your cursor into crosshair? You can try this now. After deciding and outlined what you want to be in the screenshot, just press the spacebar to capture.

2. Hide your dock in a flash:

Press Command + Option + D to hide your dock, so that you can stop your dock getting away. If you want it back. just repeat the same.

3. Invert the colors of your screen

This is for the users of Mac OS X Lion or earlier. To invert or revert the colors of your Mac display, you have to try by holding down:  Command + Option + Control + 8. This feature is actually designed to help the visually challenged.

4. Quick tab management

To get the rid of too many applications running, just hold the command and press  your tab to cycle the applications. Tap “Q” to quit the applications of “H” to minimize.

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5. Never tab past an online form’s box again

While filling out of order forms in online, tabbing through the input boxes usually skips the dropdown menu kind of ‘month’ or ‘year’ selections. Open System Preferences to allow your computer to tab through them and then go for ==> Keyboard, and then set “Full Keyboard Access” to all the controls.

6. Use Spotlight search as a calculator

Apple’s Spotlight is brought up by simply pressing Command + Spacebar that allows you to easily search for documents or music. That one thing that more users are not aware is that it can also perform some basic math, so if you need to do any mathematical calculations, you can just type in the search bar! For OS X Yosemite user, Spotlight lets you search the web, that can allow you to do many searches like Wikipedia, also allows you to open many applications from the search bar.

7. Easily group files into one folder

This is for those who want to consider certain files into a folder by a snap. Just highlight or click the files that you’d like to be grouped or to make into a folder, and then right click and select, “New Folder With Selection”

8. Experience Expose in slow motion

This is an app selection tool that can be manipulated to work in slow motion. You just have to hold the “Shift” and then press the Expose key (generally F9, F10, or F11). Use this for a less abrupt window-switching method.

9. Hidden icon in plain sight

After saving a Word, Pages, or PowerPoint document (as well as most other documents), a little icon appears on your toolbar, just next to the document name. You can treat like a general file icon or else you can move your file too.

10. Type an Apple icon in a flash

Hold down the Option + Shift + K to create an Apple icon on any Apple computer.

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