I wanted to check out iphone development, so I had to get Mac. I got Mac Mini and it is nice little box and it was rather smooth adding it to my existing setup. After using Mac for a few days, I have couple major problems, which are probably result of my lack of knowledge. Maybe some more experienced Mac users can help. - Application bar. That thing is so far away from the actual apps. I often have few applications opened and I am used to just being able to click on the menu of one of those applications and, well, just access them. Now it seems the only way to do that is to first bring application in focus, using alt-tab or clicking on it and then move mouse all the way up there to access application menu. I see how this was good thing awhile ago on tiny screens, but doing this now seems like unnecessary chore. Is there a way to attach application bar to application it belongs to or at least an option to click on any application and some shortcut key and get popup menu with copy of everything in application bar? - Moving / resizing windows. Being linux user, I am used to be able to move windows by just holding some assigned key and clicking and dragging anywhere in the window and to resize the windows by holding the same shortcut key and right clicking and dragging window. I found couple applications that provide somewhat similar functionality (Zooom2 and MondoMouse) but on configuration screenshots they have on the sites, they do not mention right-click. - My Mac has no keyboard or mouse attached to it, I use Synergy app to control it. When it boots Mac tries to detect bluetooth mouse. How do I prevent it from doing it. There is an option when I click on bluetooth icon on the menu bar, to "turn bluetooth off" but clicking on it brings error that says "you cannot as you will lose your input devices...". I scream at it "But I have no input devices", but it just ignores me. As I said, I have Mac for only few days so these might be simple questions. In my defence I did google for answers before I posted here.