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Month: June 2013

Follow Friday: #FF with @Shelly

Posted in General

Good morning! It’s the last Friday of June. Are you ready for the weekend—and 4th of July holiday next week? I know I am.

Now that Friday has arrived, its time for another exciting Follow Friday interview—are you as excited as we are? Our featured guest for this week has championed for accessibility for quite a while now, and with an upcoming book release on the topic, you’re sure to enjoy what she has to say.

Searching For Files And Folders Explained

Posted in Apple Inc

Have you ever wondered how you can quickly do a search on your computer for files and folders? Well wonder no more, because in this weeks edition of the Switching To A Mac series we will show you how to do just that. My friend and fellow team mate Damashe will show you how to perform a search on a Windows computer, and I will show you how to do the same thing on a Mac. So, sit back and read on to learn how to perform a search on your Windows/Mac computer.

Follow Friday: #FF with @Fleksy

Posted in General

Good morning to my favorite day of the week—Friday! Is it yours, too? Give yourself a big pat on the back for all of the hard work you’ve done this week.

Fridays also mean it’s time, once again, for another top-notch Follow Friday pick, brought to you by Fedora’s, Delivering Access blog. This week, we’re featuring someone that keeps us typing happy every single day. Do you know who it is?

Jot Down A Note Once And You’ll Find It Everywhere!

Posted in Apple Inc

One of the handiest, niftiest, easiest apps that come already installed on the iPhone is the notes app. When you jot down a note, through iCloud, that note will appear on every iOS device you own, as well as in the notes app on your Mac computer, provided of course that you have iCloud enabled in all of those places. Seems easy enough, doesn’t it? Ah, yes, but there is a tiny little loophole, which I’m about to reveal.

The Windows Task Bar And The Mac Dock

Posted in Apple Inc

In this weeks edition of the Fedora Outlier Switching To A Mac Series we will be talking about using the Windows Task-bar and the Mac Dock. I believe that by the time you are finished reading this post those of you that are contemplating making the switch from Windows to a Mac will notice that there is a lot about the Mac that is similar to a Windows computer. It is for this exact reason that we here at Fedora Outlier are doing these kinds of posts. So sit back and grab your beverage of choice and lets learn about the Windows Task-bar and the Mac Dock.