How to Automatically Change Desktop Picture Every Hour in Mac OSX Lion

Say goodbye to wallpaper fatigue.

Mac OSX Lion has a handful of new and wonderful looking desktop pictures built in. Of course, you can still enhance (or ruin) how your desktop looks like by changing your desktop background or jazzing up your icons.

Mac OSX Lion has a lot of good looking wallpapers built in. If you want, you can make your Mac change its desktop picture automatically on a regular basis.

If you want you could make your desktop cycle through desktop backgrounds or wallpapers automatically by tweaking your Mac’s preferences.
See how after the jump.

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How to Activate Private Browsing in Google Chrome

Safari and Firefox in Mac OSX have something called private browsing. In Google Chrome, it’s called opening an incognito window.

This is Google Chrome in normal browsing mode. You can turn on private browsing in Google Chrome to keep it from storing your browsing history.

Google Chrome runs on Intel Macs running OSX Leopard or later. In incognito mode, Google Chrome does not store your browsing history or your search history. Temporary files, cookies, and download history aren’t kept either. They should all be gone after you’ve closed your browser (except for downloaded files should still be on your computer unless you manually delete them).

Incognito browsing is pretty handy if you are using a shared computer and you don’t want other people to see what sites you have visited.

Say you are shopping for a gift for a family member and you don’t want that person to see what where you’ve been doing your online shopping.

Learn more about private browsing (also called “porn mode”) after the jump.

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