Category Archives: OS X
I’m a big fan of cloud storage. Perhaps borderline obsession. I have a 2GB Dropbox, 25GB on Box.com, 17GB on Mediafire and, of course, 5GB on Apple’s iCloud service. And that’s just the ones I remember. Of course, I use each of these for different purposes, and each one I’m able to access the files as and when I want to. Except one. Apple dictates what gets uploaded to iCloud and managing these files can be a pain. But there is an easy way to manage your iCloud files straight from the Finder in OS X.
Note: Unlike the previous themeing tip, this one only applies to 10.6 and previous. As of 10.7 Lion, the login screen is vastly different.
If you have Automatic Login disabled on OS X, every time you boot up you’re greeted with the nice Aurora background and a login window. You’ll see the same screen if you have multiple accounts on the computer too, whenever you switch between them. Sure, the aurora is nice enough looking in itself, but if you want to add that personal flair to your Mac, you can change it to anything you like.
So thanks to exams, but mostly thanks to a certain young lass, I’m going to try and get back into blogging again and actually finish what I attempted to do with giving a full guide on themeing. In the meantime, however, I shall keep you entertained each week with a (hopefully) witty review of some software available for OS X.
The first review will follow shortly after this (if all goes well) and is on a lovely little piece of software, Socialite.
So you’ve had your shiny Mac for some time now and it’s still sitting with a cluttered Dock and overwhelmed Menu Bar, just looking a bit busier than it did when you first got it. If you’re daring, you might have changed the background and screensaver. But now you want to give your Mac that personalised touch, something that says that it’s yours. They say first impressions last, so what’s better than making an impression with your custom boot logo?