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Find The Download Manager Again In iTunes 11 [OS X Tips]

Find The Download Manager Again In iTunes 11 [OS X Tips]

Look, iTunes 11, I love you and all, but where’s all my stuff? First I needed to figure out the Up Next thing, retool my Search habits, figure out how to make a Genius playlist again, and now I can’t even find the Downloads window. What gives?

If you’re in the same boat, we’re here to help. If you have re-enabled the Sidebar, you’ll notice that there’s no way to click on Downloads any more. Even when there’s a download happening. Here’s the thing: the Downloads window will never be there. iTunes 11 has moved it. Here’s how to find it again.

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Propel Your Download Experience (And Life) To The Next Level With This $3 Mac App [$3Thursday!]

Propel Your Download Experience (And Life) To The Next Level With This $3 Mac App [$3Thursday!]

Here’s the scenario: You invite a date over to impress them with your cooking skills. The house is tidy and you look sharp. You’re slaving away in the kitchen when your date innocently asks to check their email and you absentmindedly oblige. Then it hits you… You left your download folder open! Yeah, that dreadfully unorganized file that looks more like your trash bin. You run to try and save your dignity, but it’s too late; you have been exposed and the date is a solid block away in a dead sprint.

Don’t worry, we’ve all been there before. Lucky for you we have a download manager that is here to put your worries at rest so you can move on with your life once and for all. Folx Pro packs a ton of nifty features to get you on the fast track literally and figuratively. Here is what you can get for 3 bucks:

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Get Your Stuck Media Downloads Unstuck On iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch [iOS Tips]

Get Your Stuck Media Downloads Unstuck On iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch [iOS Tips]

Don’t you hate it when you start to download a song file, or a podcast, or an app and it just sits there, mocking you? When the little progress bar just refuses to move, no matter how you scream at the front of your magical iOS device? Yeah, me, too.

One way to fix this problem with apps is to tap the icon to stop the download, and then tap it again to resume the download. If that doesn’t work (and it won’t with a media download), then you’re not out of luck. There is another way.

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Remember Where You Downloaded That File From [OS X Tips]

Remember Where You Downloaded That File From [OS X Tips]

Here’s a possible scenario: you are looking though the folder that you put all your downloaded files in, noticing that it’s long past the time to clean it out. Then suddenly one particular file catches your eye. It’s an odd little mp3 file, perhaps, or an animated gif, but you just can’t remember where you got it from. What if you want more? Or want to hop back to the place you downloaded it to see if there are any more things like it?

That’s where today’s tip comes in.

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Make Organizing Your Downloads Folder Quick & Simple With Downloads For Mac

Make Organizing Your Downloads Folder Quick & Simple With Downloads For Mac

Is your downloads folder out of control? Use Downloads for Mac to tame it.

I don’t know about you, but the downloads folder on my Mac is one that I just cannot keep organized. Every so often I’ll trawl through it and delete all the stuff I don’t want, while filing the stuff I do want into other folders. But most of the time it just includes a heap of documents and images that I’ve picked up over a course of many months.

But Downloads for Mac is a simple app that can change this. It displays each and every item in your downloads folder — whether its at top level or buried deep within other folders — and makes it easier to see what you have going on in there. For those of you with downloads folders like mine, this should make the cleanup process much quicker, and much easier.

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Learn How To Use Adobe Illustrator Like A Pro With Our Latest Amazing Deal [Deals.CultofMac]

Learn How To Use Adobe Illustrator Like A Pro With Our Latest Amazing Deal [Deals.CultofMac]

There are less than 16 hours left on our Illustrator CS5 deal. Hurry and get it before it’s gone.

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Apple’s App Store Served Up 5.65 Million Free Downloads Per Day During November

Apple’s App Store Served Up 5.65 Million Free Downloads Per Day During November

Despite slowly declining from June until September, the number of free apps downloaded from Apple’s App Store hit a record high during November, with 5.65 million downloads per day. And Apple has the iPhone 4S and iOS 5 to thank.

For the second month in a row since the fifth-generation device was launched, the App Store has seen record downloads among the top 200 free apps.

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Has Apple Blocked App Store Downloads On Devices Running iOS 3.1.3?

Has Apple Blocked App Store Downloads On Devices Running iOS 3.1.3?

Users who are still running the iOS 3.1.3 software on their iPhones and iPod touches are reporting that a recent App Store update has blocked them from downloading new apps directly to their devices. The update was issued on December 16, and users have been unable to download new apps since, though they can still download updates to existing apps.

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Show Downloads In Safari With This Quick Keyboard Tip [OS X Tips]

Show Downloads In Safari With This Quick Keyboard Tip [OS X Tips]Show Downloads In Safari With This Quick Keyboard Tip [OS X Tips]

I’m beginning to like using the keyboard a lot more these days and the tip today shows how useful a keyboard can be. I use Safari a great deal and I download a lot of content from the internet using it. Every so often I need to see the current download list, which is easily accessible from the keyboard.

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Apple to Launch ‘iTunes Replay’ With Movie Streaming In Coming Weeks [Report]

Apple to Launch ‘iTunes Replay’ With Movie Streaming In Coming Weeks [Report]

Apple is getting set to launch a brand new service that will compliment iCloud called iTunes Replay. The service will allow users to re-download and possibly stream movies they have previously purchased through iTunes, and could go public within the coming weeks.

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