Five tips for Yosemite What tiny tweaks lie buried in the latest version of OS X? Safari makes it easier to migrate from other browsers. Choose File -> Import From to copy your bookmarks and browser history from Chrome or Firefox. If you import from Firefox, you can copy over your saved passwords as well, but this isn’t available for Chrome. The Wi-Fi menu now has an extra option to disconnect from your current wireless network. Just Alt-click the Wi-Fi icon in the menu bar and choose Disconnect. This saves turning Wi-Fi completely off and then on again. You can use QuickTime Player to mirror your iPhone or iPad display on your Mac. The iOS device needs to be connected directly to the Mac (not through a hub) using a Lightning cable. Choose File > New Movie Recording in QuickTime Player on the Mac, then click the dropdown arrow next to the Record button and select your iOS device as the camera and, optionally, the microphone. Try it – it’s cooler than it sounds! The iCloud preferences pane now displays an iTunes-style bar to show you how much of your storage you have used and what it is used for. If you don’t like the translucent Dock and menu bar, open Accessibility preferences, select Display, and then check the box marked ‘Reduce transparency’.