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Go to http://www.adwaremedic.com and download and install the Adware Medic software to remove the adware. It will search for the specific adware that usually gets installed from questionable websites, i.e. a website to stream a movie. Once ran, the program will show you the file locations of the documents it is removing. Otherwise, go to preferences- ...


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Press ⇧⌘B to always show the bookmarks bar. That's not the bookmarks bar—that's just bookmarks from your bookmarks bar being shown on the New Tab page.


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Instead of using your mouse you can use the keyboard to cycle through the tabs. The keys Ctrl+Tab will go forward through your ten tabs and Ctrl+Shift+Tab will go backward. At no time will these key commands close a tab by mistake. Should you want to close a tab however you can achieve this with Command+W. Once you've finished using your browser you can ...


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I am still on Mavericks, but here it is in the ~/Applications/Chrome Apps.localized You can do it in Chrome as well. Go to: (type in chrome browser) chrome://apps/ and Delete it


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From what I found, it was after all the RAM. I took out both chips again and used compressed air to thoroughly clean the areas involved. After that, it seemed to work. Of course, it could be that I hadn't had the chips in properly previously, as opposed to dust.


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If you open your User>(Your username)>Applications> folder (not the /Applications folder), you'll see a folder called "Chrome Apps". All the apps, including the Chrome Launcher app are in here. You can delete them at will and they will be removed from your Dashboard.


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Surprisingly, I figured out the answer by myself. Input boxes in web forms tend to lag a little, and so does my selection. If I select all the text in the input box, dragging my cursor from the end to the beginning, the selected area will lag behind half a second. That lag is what causes the problem. When I start typing afterwards, the selection is still ...


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To open a certain link with Google Chrome, use this command in terminal: /Applications/Google\ Chrome.app/Contents/MacOS/Google\ Chrome 'http://example.com' --incognito Simply edit http://example.com to any other URL you want to use.


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If you run following command in the Terminal app it will show you what keep it from sleeping. pmset -g assertions Then based on the result you can take a action. Here is a example: pid 251(coreaudiod): [0x0000000100000d01] 00:17:27 NoIdleSleepAssertion named: "com.apple.audio.'AppleHDAEngineOutput:1B,0,1,1:0'.noidlesleep" pid 251(coreaudiod): ...


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Cmd ⌘ ` Cmd ⌘ Shift ⇧ ` to go the other way. Left of z on a UK keyboard [non-shifted ~ ] BTW, specifically in Chrome, but no other app I know of on Mac, Cmd ⌘ (number) will select individual tabs on the frontmost window.


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The video in the link below was awesome! It's so simple to delete apps from a mac. It shows exactly how to delete an app, removing it from Finder, Launchpad and Dock Menu. Keep in mind that I wanted to permanently delete the apps in question from my Mac. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQwjGqR34ZU Drag the app from launchpad and add it to the dock ...


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Are you running on OSX Yosemite? There were some changes that allow the OS and by extension Safari to make use of your computers whole amount of RAM, the mantra being that unused RAM is being wasted. Not too sure what it means for a low RAM system, I would assume that apps would unload some data from the RAM when it is nearing full. Keep in mind that ...


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KeySearch sounds like what you want. From the website: It uses short keywords to allow you to search any site you want, right from the toolbar. ... Just right-click on any search box and choose "Create keyword for this search." Type in a keyword and KeySearch takes care of the rest. (I have not used it.)


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In Firefox, you could use the Pinned Tab feature. Pinned Tabs allow you to always keep your favorite web apps like Facebook, Gmail and Twitter open and just a click away. Pinned Tabs are small, can't be closed accidentally and open automatically when you start Firefox. To create a pinned tab just "ctrl click" on it and select pin tab. Now you can ...



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