Full-screen mode is not for everyone. Some people prefer to work with several windows at once instead of dedicating the whole screen for a single application. The problem is surfacing when you have more than fifteen windows opened at once — each window is persistently asking for your attention.
I have my thumb on the Command key most of the time. I work with shortcuts to switch between apps, trigger Alfred workflows, and run Keyboard Maestro macros to save time. I also prefer to quit unused apps immediately, so pressing Command + Q has become my second nature. Sometimes I stupidly quit the apps that run important tasks — duh!
We will be sitting in a self-driving car in 2020, but why are we still managing invoices and receipts manually? I went paperless from day one by having invoices, receipts, and billing summary sent my email address. The problem is I detest organizing them manually in Evernote, so I come up with this setup to automate the whole process.
You probably have enabled AssistiveTouch so you can avoid pressing the home button. Now, think about it, what’s the point of using a phone where part of the screen is covered with a semi-transparent rounded square?
I’ve been searching for a great replacement for the FuzzyClock that sits on my menu bar since 2011. The menu bar utility is still working on my OS X El Capitan machine, but now I can replace it with my ideal Fuzzy Clock plugin.