A Quick Tip to Merge All Windows in Finder

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For those who just switch from Windows operating system to Mac, many features on macOS may provide more convenience for their operation (or instead, enhance difficulty for them to get familiar with the new OS :P). For instance, the ability to use tabs in Finder, which was introduced with the launch of OS X Mavericks in 2013.

You may have known how to create a new Finder tab by using the keyboard shortcut Command-T, which also works for web browsers including Safari, Firefox or Chrome. But if you have already opened a dozen of separate Finder windows, how to quickly consolidate them all into a tabbed Finder window? Read on to get the answers.

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Use Preview to Resize PDF Files on Your Mac

On Mac, you can easily create a PDF using the built-in Preview app, but the shortcoming is that there are not much available customization options, specifically about the quality, and by extension the file size, of the PDF generated. So if you convert several large pictures into a PDF file, the size may be larger than you desire.

You may need to compress the PDF file when you run into file size limitation trying to upload or share it with others (such as emailing it as an attachment to your friends). To save storage space, you can resize the existing PDF file in Preview, any other PDF utilities, or online website tools. In this post we will mainly show you how to resize a PDF file on Mac using the free Preview app.

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How to Transfer from A Phone Call to FaceTime

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How to quickly transfer an on-going phone call to FaceTime? It could be a question if you are new to iPhone. This post will show you some tricks about using FaceTime.

Firs of all, you should keep FaceTime enabled. To turn it on, tap the Settings app from your Home screen, then tap on FaceTime, and tap the switch next to FaceTime. Once the FaceTime activates, you can make video calls via Wi-Fi or cellular network.

Here’s how to quickly transfer to FaceTime during a call:

  • Make a phone call on your iPhone, or accept an incoming call.
  • During the call, tap the FaceTime button on the calling screen.

A few seconds later your iPhone will make a seamlessly transition from the current call to FaceTime. To make this transition happen, your iPhone should have an active network connection over Wi-Fi or a cellular data network, and meanwhile the caller is using an iOS device. This little trick is useful if you want to talk over FaceTime.

If you want to disable FaceTime over cellular, here’s how to do it right:

  • Tap Settings app, select Cellular, and scroll down to User Cellular Data For.
  • Find and toggle the switch next to FaceTime to Off.

Besides, when you are on a FaceTime or phone call and another call comes in, you will be prompted to (a) end the current call and accept the incoming call, (b) accept the incoming call and put the current one on hold, or (c) decline the incoming call. If you choose to Ignore the call, the caller will be directly to voicemail.

What little tricks do you know about FaceTime? Share with us here right now.

How Should You Uninstall F-Secure Anti-Virus from Mac

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Have problem with antivirus F-Secure? Such as can’t successfully uninstall F-Secure and reinstall it (or use XXX instead that you like better) but you don’t even manage to uninstall it? Thus, you may not worry about hose kind of problems now, this post will surely provide you the better solutions to totally eliminate F-Secure Anti-Virus on macOS system.

F‑Secure Anti‑Virus provides protection against viruses, spyware, infected e-mail attachments and other malware. Therefore, this is a tutorial of eliminating F-Secure Anti-Virus for Mac from macOS system.

Some people meet quite lot problems during the F‑Secure Anti‑Virus removal:

  • F-Secure Anti-Virus says “Uninstall failed”
  • F-Secure Anti-Virus refuses to be removed from the Mac
  • F-Secure files and data cannot cleaned thoroughly with the app removal
  • People can installed other antivirus apps because of the exist of F-Secure

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Therefore, you should follow the right steps to truly get rid of F-Secure products.

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How to Customize Finder Sidebar on Mac

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In the Finder, the sidebar lists commonly used shortcuts, drives, and network locations. You can get to the Applications, Desktop, Download, Document and so forth from there. There are multiple ways to customize Finder sidebar to suit your preference. To start with, open the Finder by clicking on its icon at the left end of the Dock.

Some users prefer small icons to the Finder sidebar while others prefer large ones. To reside the sidebar icons, you can head to the System Preferences > General, and select Small, Large, Medium from the drop-down menu next to the “Sidebar icon size”.

Adding or removing a shortcut in sidebar is quite an easy thing. To remove an item in the sidebar, just click and drag its icon out of the Finder and loose your mouse, the shortcut will disappear from the sidebar. To add a file, folder, app, or disk to the sidebar, hold down the Command key, and drag the item to the Favorites section.

To learn more Mac tutorials or news, take a look at this link.

If you accidently hide the sidebar, how to get it back? To restore missing sidebar, open a new Finder window, click on the View at the top, and choose Show Sidebar option.

To minimize or maximize the number of items shown in the sidebar, you need to access to Finder Preferences. In a Finder window, click on the Finder in the Menu Bar and choose Preferences. As the window opens, click on the Sidebar tab, and you can check the items you want to show in the sidebar, or deselect the ones you wanna hide.

There are many ways to customize your Finder, and here we only list a few of them. You can set more options for Finder windows in the Finder Preferences.

Does this article helpful for you? Feel free to raise any question if you are in need.

How to Run Windows 10 on Mac with Parallels Desktop 11

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Fell troublesome to run Windows 10 on you Mac using Boot Camp? Why not try Parallels Desktop 11 to seamlessly transfer between Windows and Mac OS? Parallels Desktop for Mac is software providing hardware virtualization for Macintosh computers with Intel processors. Users can use OS X El Capitan and Windows 10 side by side without rebooting, including full support for Windows and Mac apps.

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