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How to Use the iTunes Equalizer in Mac OS X Snow Leopard

iTunes is the default audio player in Mac OS X Snow Leopard. In addition to the standard volume controls, iTunes offers a full equalizer. An equalizer [more…]

How to Share Media across Your Network with Mac OS X Snow Leopard

Ready to share your music, podcasts, and video legally with other folks on your local network? Mac OS X Snow Leopard lets you offer your digital media to other iTunes users across your home or office. [more…]

How to Burn a Music CD in iTunes with Mac OS X Snow Leopard

iTunes is the default media player that comes with Mac OS X Snow Leopard. Besides being a great audio player, iTunes is adept at creating CDs. iTunes makes the process of recording songs to a CD as simple [more…]

How to Import Digital Images from Your Camera into Mac OS X Snow Leopard

iPhoto — Mac OS X Snow Leopard’s application for working with photos — includes an import mode that lets you download images directly from your digital camera into iPhoto. Follow these steps to import [more…]

How to Use Mac OS X Snow Leopard’s Dashboard

One of Snow Leopard’s most popular features is Dashboard, which you can use to hold widgets and display them with the press of a button. For example, Dashboard comes complete with a calculator, a clock [more…]

How to Block Unwanted iChat Invitations on Mac OS X Snow Leopard

In Mac OS X Snow Leopard’s iChat, you might want to block chat invitations from some people for any number of reasons. Rejecting unwanted invitations is easy, and you don’t have to explain why you chose [more…]

How to Create a File Sharing Account in Mac OS X Snow Leopard

Mac OS X Snow Leopard makes sharing files on your Mac with other Mac users a piece of cake. Remember, however, that you need to create an account for anyone you want to give file access to. The accounts [more…]

How to Connect to a Shared Resource in Mac OS X Snow Leopard

Mac OS X Snow Leopard makes it easy for others to snag files from your computer if you have sharing enabled. At the top of the Sharing pane, you can see that other Macintosh users can access your computer [more…]

How to Share a Network Printer in Mac OS X Snow Leopard

Sharing your printer with other users is one of the best reasons to have a network. Setting up your Mac to share your printer is very easy under Mac OS X Snow Leopard. Here’s a quick rundown of what you [more…]

How to Control iTunes in Mac OS X Snow Leopard

Playing an audio CD in iTunes is simple. Just insert the CD in your computer’s disc tray or disc slot, start iTunes by clicking its icon in the Dock, and click the Play button. [more…]

How to Change Mac OS X Snow Leopard’s Screen Saver

Customized screen savers are popular, and Mac OS X Snow Leopard offers you plenty to choose from in System Preferences when you click the Desktop & Screen Saver icon and then click the Screen Saver tab [more…]

How to Add Stickies in Mac OS X Snow Leopard

Stickies is a special type of application window that remains on your Desktop as long as the Stickies application is running. You can use Stickies for anything that a real-world sticky note can handle, [more…]

How to Change Security Preferences in Mac OS X Snow Leopard

Changing the Security preferences for Mac OS X Snow Leopard is easy. You have options to use a firewall, enable the FileVault, and more. To access security preferences, open the System Preferences by clicking [more…]

How to Copy and Move Files and Folders on Mac OS X Snow Leopard

You may find the files and folders on your Mac Snow Leopard aren’t where you want them to be. Snow Leopard makes copying and moving files and folders a simple drag and drop experience. You can copy and [more…]

How to Open, Scroll, and Close Mac OS X Snow Leopard Windows

Mac OS X Snow Leopard windows are generally opened automatically when the Finder opens a window to display the contents of your hard drive. Once a window is open, you can scroll it to see all the contents [more…]

How to Choose Which Application Should Launch a File in Mac OS X Snow Leopard

When you launch, say, a word-processing document, you don't want a movie-making application to try to open it. Mac OS X Snow Leopard links different file types with different applications, but it doesn't [more…]

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