App Switcher is a feature of OS X that allows users to switch between applications that are running. This feature is a common feature that is often found in other OS. App Switcher can be activated by holding down Command + Tab simultaneously.
However, if you’ve mastered this feature? Here are some tips to help you maximize the App Switcher function which has been used only for switching applications.
Switching between two applications quickly. If you frequently switch between the two applications continuously, for example when copying text from one application to another, then these tips can save you time. Press Command + Tab quickly (without resistance) to switch between the two applications directly.
Switching between applications is a major feature App Switcher. By holding down Command + Tab you can display all the active application. Continue to hold Command and press Tab repeatedly to move to the next application. Press Shift + Tab or ~ to move to the previous application. You can use the arrow keys or the mouse is also in selecting the application you want to set.
Lethal applications quickly. App Switcher when the selection is above the current application, the state retained the Command key, you can press the Q button to turn off the selected application.
Hide applications quickly. These tips similar to the previous tips. The difference lies only in the button is pressed. To hide the application, you need to press H.
Mastering the App Switcher adds one more tool for you who like to use keyboard shortcuts in. App Switcher is capable of doing some things that you can not do with a gesture like turning off the application. Thus, you do not need to switch applications just to turn off unneeded applications anymore. It is also able to save on RAM usage.
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California – Google Translate now comes with a new feature that allows users to translate handwriting, the handwriting input Google Translate. This feature supports 45 languages handwriting.
Of the 45 languages available, Google provides one example of Chinese language handwriting. If users want to know the meaning of this article é ¥ º å??, Users simply select the Google Translate Chinese menu, and select the pencil-shaped icon to activate the language features handwriting. The user needs to do is describe the characters in the main panel features handwriting. Furthermore, Google Translate will do it.
Previously, Google has presented the Google Translate feature for handwriting input devices with the Android operating system in December 2012. Then, in early 2013, the company renewed the browser engine Google Input Tools to desktop by adding a new virtual keyboard, editing method, and device for carrying handwritten translation into a web. Google recently announced later on Wednesday, July 24, 2013, as reported by The Next Web sites.
Not surprisingly, Google first presented the new features of Google Translate on Android because this feature is more appropriate for mobile users with high activity.
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A new Android computer has just been rolled into the market. Computer named the JW-11 also comes with an ARM Cortex A9 Amlogic AMl8726 single-M3 core. In addition, this computer software also supports Android 4.0 or 4.1.
JW-11 is equipped with 1GB of RAM and a built-in internal memory. In addition, the computer also has a 2.5-inch drive bay that allows users to add storage capacity to a large number.
Although marketed with Android OS, the computer also was able to easily use the Linux OS. According to reports, there have been several user’s computer that includes a Linux OS on the JW-11.
Other features available on these computers include an HDMI port, built-in WiFi and USB 2.0 ports. There is also a SDHC card reader on the computer. Regarding prices, the JW-11 priced at 68 USD.
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