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Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts

You wanted money and cooking advice, El Capitan hidden features and news about Mars. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:

Five Best Label Makers

A good label maker can be portable and hand-held, attached to your computer via USB, or somewhere in between. It needs to print good labels that are readable and that will last, whether they’re in a filing cabinet, your pantry, or your freezer. This week we’re looking at five of the best.

Typeeto Connects Your Mac's Keyboard To iOS, Android, Consoles, And More

Mac: Typing on just about every device that isn’t an actual keyboard kind of sucks, but Typeeto is a simple little Mac app that allows you to easily connect your Mac’s keyboard to just about any device that uses Bluetooth.

The Difference Between Your Mac's Various Wait Cursors

Nobody likes to see the beach ball (aka pinwheel, aka the spinning pizza, aka spinning wait cursor) in OS X, but have you ever wondered why you see different ones from time to time? Or, when things get real weird, you’ll sometimes see a ticking watch? It turns out that the answer has to do with the app you’re working with.

Disable This Animation To Make Windows 10's Start Menu Open Faster

Windows 10’s new Start Menu is pretty dang useful. That doesn’t matter much, though, if it takes forever to load. If you’re finding the menu a bit sluggish on your machine, you can turn off the open animation.

How To Get Your Hour Back From Daylight Saving

We’ve all been late to something thanks to Daylight Saving Time, and the spring forward can also mess with your sleep. This year, prepare yourself now to make up for that lost hour.

Should You Upgrade To Mac OS X El Capitan?

OS X El Capitan is out. It looks good, but it’s still an upgrade, and any upgrade has a chance of going bad. So is it ready for prime time, or should we wait for the next patch to fix the bugs people will inevitably find?

How To Fix OS X El Capitan's Annoyances

With the release of any new operating system, you’ll always find some quirks. El Capitan is a small enough update that it doesn’t have many annoyances, but they’re still around. Here’s how to fix some of its more annoying problems.

Have You Run Into Problems With Any Software On El Capitan?

El Capitan is a pretty minor upgrade to OS X, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some glitches with certain software working properly. So, we want to hear it, have you had trouble with anything?

All Of OS X El Capitan's New Features In Two Minutes

OS X El Capitan is here, and while you’re waiting for that download to complete, you might as well get an overview of its new features. Let’s take a look at all the new stuff and a few of the things that’ve changed since OS X Yosemite.

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