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MacX DVD Ripper and Wondershare DVD Creator

MacX DVD Ripper PRO: Copy or rip DVDs with copy protection. Wondershare DVD Creator: Convert and burn a big video compilation to DVD5. Convert DVD9 to DVD5.

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Little Snitch

Free aplication to control software’s connections to the internet.

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Take a Screenshot in Mac OSX

http://www.wikihow.com/Take-a-Screenshot-in-Mac-OS-X command+shift+4 (part of the screen) command+shift+3 (entire screen) command+control+shift+3 or 4 (copy screenshot to clipboard) command+shift+4 and hit spacebar (screenshot of an open window) In all cases screenshots go to Desktop Use the utility ‘grab’ (applications/utilities/grab(=instant√°nea))

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Limit Time Machine backup size on Time Capsule. OSX 10.6

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gTaNMkmQUEk 1. Right click in *.sparsebundle file. 2. Open with ‘DiskImageMounter’ 3. Open Disk Utility. 4. With Disk Utility resize the partition ‘Copias de Seguridad de Time Machine’ to the desired size, and keep without partition the rest of the … Continue reading

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Magic Mouse: Secondary click often fails in snow leopard.

For a long time right click rarely has worked fine in my magic mouse. I use snow leopard 10.6.8. Workaround: delete the “.GlobalPreferences.xxx.plist” file. It’s a hidden file in the folder Finder > [Primary Harddrive] > Library > Preferences. I … Continue reading

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FNMT certificate in OSX and Firefox

http://www.applesfera.com/os-x/applesfera-responde-certificado-digital-de-la-fnmt-en-mac-os-x In Firefox: Preferences/Advanced/Certificates/YourCertificates/Import

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Snow Leopard- very slow startup

Make sure that your Startup Disk is properly selected in System Preferences > Startup Disk.  Boot slowdowns can be caused by your Mac testing here and there on boot to see which boot devices are available before proceeding.

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