Have you ever think of having a shortcut that can show all your recent launch applications in Mac? Actually Mac come with this ‘Recent Applications’ shortcut hidden by default in the Dock. You can easily create the “Recent Applications’ shortcut by issuing two commands. Once done you will get shortcut that display all your recent launch application!
Another tutorial about how to screenshot but this round we are at Window 8.1 platform. For those user who are previously using Window XP, Window 8.1 provide a new way of print screen that helps to save the screenshot directly to a file instead of copy and paste the image from clipboard to Paint and etc. Although this feature has been available for Mac OS X since long time ago, giving this feature to user really save a lot of unnecessary time!
There are several option to take a screenshot in Window 8.1:-
By default if you perform print screen in Mac OS X, system will generate the image file at your desktop. However, some users do not like any file to be place at their desktop, and prefer the file to be stored at Pictures folder or other specific location at their own preference. Good news is that, Mac do allow you to change the print screen file path.