Send Voice Commands on Your Mac With Dragon Dictate

If you would like to execute hands-free tasks on your Mac, I highly recommend learning to use the voice command features of Dragon Dictate. Thanks right,  Dragon Dictate is more than a voice-to-text program, it comes pre-installed with hundreds of default commands for opening, hiding, and quitting applications, downloading webpages, opening and closing folders, saving …

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Take the Mac Automation Survey

To get a better understanding of who my readers are, it would help to know what Mac automation programs you already use. You can come back and update your response to this poll at any time. Thanks for responding. And please a comment about the programs you would like to learn more about, and other programs …

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Recommended Mac Automation Applications for Mac Power Users

When it comes to Mac automation, there are several powerful and relatively easy to use applications to choose from, and they don’t require any coding and scripting skills on the part of users. If you want to get the most out of Mac automation, I encourage you, if you haven’t already done so, to download and try out …

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From Smart Folders to Automator: A Free Guide to Mac Automation

Back in 2010, I wrote a guide for MakeUseOf.com, titled The Awesome Guide for Mac OS X. Though it’s now a little dated, it is still useful for those new to Mac to the Mac features and applications that come installed in Mac OS X. (Note: use this link to download the guide directly to your Mac.) The …

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How to Think About Mac Automation Without Scripting and Coding

The kind of Mac automation I write about this site generally refers to automating tasks you perform manually on our computers. Most of the tasks we perform are pretty routine, such as downloading webpages, opening, hiding, and quitting applications, filtering and moving files and folders, copying and pasting texts and URLs, selecting menu items, saving documents, and much …

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Mac Automation for the Rest of Us

If you work at your Mac throughout the day, you no doubt perform many redundant tasks that can be automated by other applications. Tasks might include downloading most used webpages, opening, hiding, and quitting applications, locating files and folders, typing familiar often used words and phrases, and copying and pasting texts. The purpose of Mac Automation Tips …

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