There are some choices to make when enabling Safari cookies.
Some tweaking is required to view the contents of Safari cookies inside the browser.
Chrome has a bug that may reveal parts of the browsing history after using the delete function.
Recently I heard about a technology called DTrace. What's it all about?
Notification Center announcements come either as banners or alerts. Alerts generally require some kind of user interaction, but banners slide in and out after a short three seconds - that's the default, that is, and you can change it.
Smart Search can be a cool thing: While you type in the address bar, your browser suggests sites that it thinks fit your search intent or align with your browsing history. Even more, it can pre-load those sites it deems most likely to entertain you. There are drawbacks, though.
You are a Pro. You know how to use Spotlight, Apple's renowned search tool, in the dark. Hit cmd-space, enter two or three letters, ready, return, go! But are you really a Pro?
Since upgrading to Mavericks, I'm missing some of Quartz Debug's options. What has happened?
onOne Software is giving away its one-stop photo effect software Perfect Effects 8 for free.
All of a sudden, Apple's Mail has stopped receiving new mails for your accounts. You can still send email, though, and you haven't changed anything in the account configuration (seriously!). What's going wrong?
Your Mac doesn't seem to find the Bluetooth mouse. You don't have an old-style mouse with a USB cable at hand. Is there another way to activate Bluetooth?
Since your upgrade to Mavericks (OS X 10.9), Google's Chrome browser takes much longer to load pages. You haven't changed anything else, and Safari works just fine. Is there anything you can do?