New answers tagged services
Turns out this feature has to be enabled now. After I posted my screenshot I noticed the "Service Preferences..." menu item and clicked it. Click that menu item, scroll down to where it says "Text" and tick the box that says "Summarize".
I have done some testing with the summarize service. As far I can tell the summarize service looks for key words (repeat) Then it simply removes the duplicates or triplicates pending on your setting in the summarize service. It looks like the summarize also removes all that do not have the key words in it. This sentence has summarize service in it. This ...
Just to set the terminology straight. Apple does not Monitor anything on your computer. It only does if you asked for it and gave it a permission. So you are still 100% in control and no one from Apple is spying on you. Each Apple application on your computer would allow you to set it up to use Apple service on line. A simple thing like the Clock, if it ...
If you want to know which OS services are attempting to connect to those IP addresses, then you could try Little Snitch: http://www.obdev.at/products/littlesnitch/index.html
From the "Security and Privacy" preference pane in System Preferences (In Mac OS x Mavericks): You can help Apple improve its products and user support by having your Mac automatically send Apple information from time to time about how it's working and how you use it. This information is collected anonymously in a form that does not personally ...
if you want to send Flash SMS on iPhone, use the following app : https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/flash-sms-class-0/id723491224
Top 50 recent answers are included