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Ipad. Force Eject a Stuck CD or DVD. From Mac Guides Synopsis A CD or DVD disc can become stuck in your Macintosh.

Force Eject a Stuck CD or DVD

It may not be appearing on your desktop or could be causing the computer to lock up if the computer cannot recognize it properly. Solutions First try the normal methods to remove the disc. Always show the tab bar in Safari 3. Macinstruct: Free Mac Tutorials & Support. Mac OS X - How to Create a Recent Applications Stack in the Dock. Free Mac Games. From Mac Guides This article or section is based on a forum post written by coastertux.

Free Mac Games

Here is a list of some free games available for Mac OS X from various places on the internet. All of them are full games that are free. Both Universal and non-Universal freeware games tend to run well on Intel Macs. Dashboard Widget Games Games are also available to download for the Dashboard. Notes ¹ A Universal Binary build of Neverball is available but is not an official release. Make the OS X maximize button work like Windows : Switching To Mac. One very, very common question/complaint from folks who have recently switched from Windows to Mac is “Why does the green button only resize windows and apps?”.

Make the OS X maximize button work like Windows : Switching To Mac

It’s a totally valid question – the resizing behavior has always annoyed me too, and I made the switch years ago. Fortunately, there’s a very small and perfectly customizable program called Right Zoom that will change the default behavior and truly maximize programs when you click the green “Zoom” button” ( ). This tutorial will show you how to use it and set it up to best suit your needs. First a brief bit of history. Start out by downloading Right Zoom. Initially, you’ll notice that nothing at all happened. Out of the box, Right Zoom will truly maximize a number of programs, but not all of them. Now hold down the Apple key (also known as the Command key) and double-click Right Zoom.

Click the plus sign ( + ) next to the Use Right Zoom in the following applications only: list. Free Mac Games. Though gaming on the Mac has grown significantly over the years, Windows still dominates the market. The few games that do exist for the Mac are often expensive, and not every wants to or can install BootCamp to play Windows games. With that in mind, we compiled a list of the top 20 free Mac games. The list is by no means comprehensive, but it’s a great start to an awesome gaming experience on one of the best operating systems at no cost. See the list of the best free Mac games after the jump. Enjoy this list of fantastic FPS, puzzle, strategy, racing and other games. 1. 3-D fantasy MMORPG with great graphics and many features. 2.

Open source strategy game very much like the popular Civilization game series. 3. 3D RTS with decent graphics. 4. Tetris clone with stunning graphics and a great UI. 5. Tilt and twist a ball through an obstacle course in this game that is part puzzle and part action. 15 Best Freeware Apps for Mac Users. If you don’t have an iPad or an iPhone, no sweat!

15 Best Freeware Apps for Mac Users

You can use your iPod for more than just listening to music. Educational apps available in the iTunes store can help you study and take notes like a pro! Students of all ages are taking advantage of the educational benefits of the iPod. These apps are especially helpful for working professionals who are attending top online colleges. Whether you’re juggling a full-time job or a demanding internship, easy access to study tools can help you reach your goals faster. Study Guides Stop trying to keep track of all your Spark Notes and endless study guides. Spark Notes: Long considered a busy high school or college student’s best friend, the online study guide database now offers users an iPod-friendly version. Podcasts and More From podcasts to audio books and other downloadable learning devices, check out these tools that give new meaning to the phrase “continuing education.”

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