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Disable Caps Lock

If you find yourself pressing the Caps Lock key accidentally as much as I do, note that you can disable it entirely in Mac OS X. Open the Keyboard & Mouse preference pane, click the Modifier Keys button, and in the dialog that appears, select No Action from the Caps Lock pop-up menu. You could remap it to another modifier instead, but that might make using differently configured Macs more difficult.

 
 

Apple Replacing Defective iPhone 5 Batteries

Apple has announced a replacement program for defective iPhone 5 batteries. Josh Centers explains how to check if you’re qualified, and how to get a replacement, or a refund if you were forced to replace the battery before this.

 
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Bonus Tips for Apple Mail

Mail Improvements in OS X 10.9.2

10.9.2 Fixes Critical SSL Security Bug, Adds FaceTime Audio

Exploring Your Mac’s Restarts via the Command Line

MacTech BootCamp III Locations and Dates Announced

How to Solve Wi-Fi Connectivity Problems

Five Ways to Reset a Lost Administrator Password

 

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Solving Google Docs Sharing Frustrations

Fix iPhone 5 Charging Problems

Users Reporting Widespread GPU Issues with 2011 MacBook Pros

Pages, Keynote, and Numbers Receive Minor Updates

The Case of the Unsynced Ringtones

Mail in Mavericks: Is It Safe Yet?

Apple Updates Mail to Address Mavericks Bugs

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