Microsoft Office 2016 Mac Crash Problem with El Capitan Solved

After installing El Capitan my Office 2016 package tended to crash recently. Most problematic was a Outlook preview issue where Outlook crashed when clicking on the mail. So this rendered Office nearly obsolete for me. Thankfully the patches delivered yesterday through patch day removed the problem. So I can only recommend the Office 15.15 Patch [...]

Usefull Apple Shortcuts Nr. 7 – A newline within an excel cell at Office for Mac

Always wanted to enter a new line into a microsoft excel cell within the Microsoft Office for Mac? It is nearly as simple as on windows on windows you use Alt+Enter an on the Mac you use: Ctrl + ⌘ + ↩ (Control + Command/Apple + Enter)

Usefull Apple Shortcuts Nr. 5 – Parallels and Windows Ctrl + Alt + Del

If you have to have a windows vm on board of your mac using parallels desktop and you have to have a user logon on startup of the machine let's say because of your companies security settings you might have run into this problem earlier. Windows unlock screen request to ctrl+alt+del for login from you [...]

2 Screens, Problems using active corners…

If you have configured active corners on OSX and you are wondering why they don't really work on your main screen I've got the reason why. If you look at your screen order from the screen settings dialog under system settings you can see if your screens are not of the same size, that the [...]

Loose some weight in OSX – removing unused languages

If you are like most of the average mac user out there, you should normally need no more than 1 - 3 languages installed on your mac. Per default there are a lot more language pack installed for each application on your system. It is possible to free up significant space by removing the unused [...]

Make the Library Folder on Mac OS visible again

If you had your Library folder visible in prior versions of OSX this changes after every update. To make the Library folder in your user directory visible again, simply open the Terminal application and type in the following on the command prompt: chflags nohidden ~/Library/ and press enter. Afterwards your Library folder should be there [...]