Johnny Winter
A regular contributor to Mac, iPad and iPhone AppStorm sites, Johnny has been online since 1995 aiming to use the internet for the creation and sharing of knowledge for the greater good. Via setting up forums and e-commerce businesses, Johnny is an accidental podcaster and Editor of Mac Computer Skills at hub.tutsplus.com
Tutorials
  • Computer Skills
    Preparing a Mac for OS X 10.10 YosemiteYosemite
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    In this tutorial, I'll examine what you will need to do to ensure that you Mac is ready for upgrade, from OS X 10.9 Mountain Lion, or earlier to OS X 10.10 Yosemite when it is released.Read More…
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    How to Order Photographic Prints From iPhotoIphoto
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    Digital technology allows the taking of countless photographs for little or no cost; a stark contrast to the expensive, film-based photography of just a couple of decades ago. Yet photos are printed less often than in the past. It's still possible and, in this tutorial, I'll show you how to have chosen photos printed professionally and delivered to your door.Read More…
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    The Raspberry Pi B+ Explored and ExplainedPibplus
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    Announced on 14th July 2014, the Raspberry Pi B+ is a revision to the hugely popular model B. Available at the same price as its predecessor, the B+ is the same but different. This tutorial will show you what's new with the model B+.Read More…
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    How to Install OS X 10.10 Yosemite on an External DriveOsxyosemite
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    Sometimes it would be great to be able to try different versions of the OS X operating system before upgrading. This is easy if you have a number of Macs, less so if you have one. In this tutorial I'll show you how to install OS X on an external drive without replacing the version on the Mac itself.Read More…
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    WWDC 2014: What's New in OS X 10.10 YosemiteOsx yosemite
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    On Monday 2nd June 2014, Tim Cook introduced the keynote event to the Worldwide Developer Conference 2014. Cook impressed upon the audience that this keynote was emphasising how OS X and iOS have been engineered to work seamlessly together.Read More…
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    How to Watch the WWDC 2014 Keynote, LiveWwdc2014
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    Whether you have time free to watch the WWDC keynote event live, or prefer to see it later, I'll show you the ways in which you can keep up-to-date with the latest developments in iOS and OS X, from Apple. Read More…
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    How to Create a Bootable Ubuntu USB Drive, for Mac, in OS XUbuntu mac
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    Ubuntu is, perhaps, one of the most accessible distributions of Linux available to the home computer user or enthusiast. In this tutorial I'll show you how to create an Ubuntu USB live-drive, using a Mac, to test on a Mac.Read More…
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    How To Silence the Startup Chime on a MacChime
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    Each time you start a Mac, you'll hear a familiar start-up chime. You may have noticed that sometimes it seems louder, or perhaps quieter, than usual. Sometimes there is no chime at all. In this tutorial I'll show you how to change the volume of the Mac start up chime, or mute it completely.Read More…
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    How to Create a Bootable Ubuntu USB Drive, for PC, on a MacUbuntu
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    Ubuntu is, perhaps, one of the most accessible distributions of Linux available to the home computer user or enthusiast. If you are interested in experimenting with Linux, you can do worse than to test-drive Ubuntu from a USB drive. In this tutorial I'll show you how to use Mac to create a Ubuntu USB drive that can be used on a PC.Read More…
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    How to Take Raspberry Pi Screenshots With VNCPi screenshot
    With a picture you can paint a thousand words and, as a tool for teaching anything relating to computers, a screenshot is an effective way of getting across ideas or information. In this tutorial I'll show you how you can take screenshots on a Raspberry Pi.Read More…
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    Raspberry Pi Cheat Sheet, Part 1Rpi config1
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    This tutorial pulls together some of the common commands and actions, that might be needed by a new Raspberry Pi enthusiast, into part one of two handy reference tutorials.Read More…
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    Getting Started With Google Chromecast and a MacChromecast
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    For those invested in the Apple ecosystem, an Apple TV is the way to send audio and video from a Mac or iOS device to a television. Now, there's another way.Read More…