There is a chance that you have never used the Caps Lock key. Here’s how you can remap the Caps Lock key to Esc in macOS, which is useful for the Touch Bar model that doesn’t have a physical Esc key.
If you administer a number of Macs, it is easier to run common tasks through the command line. Here’s how you can update apps using Terminal on Mac.
If your PC comes with a webcam, here are some ways you can find out if malicious applications are accessing your webcam on Windows and Mac.
If your iPhone stops reporting the correct amount of available free space, restoring from a backup file is a quick way to free up iPhone storage and fix the issue.
If you need to record your Mac’s webcam video and audio to disk, you can use either QuickTime Player or VLC. Here’s how to do it.
macOS comes with a bewildering array of commands that you can use in the Terminal. If you are looking for a command, here’s how you can quickly find out all the terminal commands on Mac.
When the Disk Utility fails to fix your hard disk, you’ll have to turn to one of the big guns. Here’s how you can use fsck to fix a Mac hard disk.
A PC’s BIOS typically doesn’t need to be updated very frequently except when it’s having problems with the hardware. Here’s how you can upgrade your PC’s BIOS.
If you need more options to fully customize your Mac to the max, you can use Onyx to adjust hidden preferences for macOS.
Unlike Android, iOS doesn’t have a built-in ability to record phone calls, but that doesn’t mean you can’t record phone calls on an iPhone. Here’s how to do it.
The Picture-in-Picture mode in macOS Sierra only works in Safari. Here’s how to enable Picture-in-Picture mode for Netflix on macOS Sierra.
While Siri is not as powerful as Google Assistant, its abilities have improved over time. Here are some tasks that are actually easier with Siri than without.
By default, macOS only includes a standard set of commands for its Terminal. To add new commands to Mac’s terminal, here’s how to do so.
Unknown to many, macOS does have a dedicated server application to turn itself into a server. Here’s how you can configure a macOS Sierra server.
Quick Look is one of the most convenient features of macOS as it allows you to quickly preview files. Here is how to extend its functionality and make it more powerful with plugins.
CPUs and GPUs are quite similar, and both can process thousands of operations per second. So what’s the difference between a CPU and GPU? Let’s check it out!
The processor’s process size is always something that’s frequently discussed in the chip’s specifications. But what is that, and why does it matter? Let’s check it out.
A sound backup strategy is crucial for any computer user. Here is one solid backup strategy you can use to save your data before you need it.
With Google Chrome’s “Inspect” tool, you can now gain insights into how websites are constructed, and it can help you debug your own sites.
A bootable backup is one that you can use to boot and run your computer. Here is how to create a bootable clone of your Mac.
Kexts are analogous to drivers under Windows, and they let the kernel communicate with your computer’s hardware. Here’s how to add and remove kexts in macOS.
Markdown provides a unique writing technique and is designed to be easily converted into HTML. Here are the best Markdown editors for macOS.
As most VPN providers support OpenVPN, you can now make use of Tunnelblick to easily set up OpenVPN on Mac. Here’s how you can do so.
Diff is a command line tool that allows you to compare two files and see the differences between them. Here is how you can use diff to easily compare files in Linux.
If you take a look at your smartphone’s technical specifications, you might notice that it supports NFC. But what is NFC, and why does your phone have it?
Plex allows you to access your media library from the road, building your own personal Spotify and Netflix. Here’s how to set up a Plex server on macOS.
Python is now in version 3.5, and yet your Mac is still shipping with Python 2.7. If you have a need to use Python 3, here’s how to upgrade and use Python 3 on Mac.
Poor audio quality on your PC could be due to the digital-to-analog converter in your system. This article explains what a DAC is and how it affects the audio quality.
If the built-in archiving feature in Windows is too simple for you, here are some of the free and powerful file archivers for Windows that you can use.
Microsoft Edge’s screenshot capability allows you to annotate and share directly from the browser. Here’s how you can take webpage screenshots in Edge.
Using a keyboard-based application launcher is one great way to improve productivity. Here are 5 of the best application launchers for Windows 10.
While SSD is fast, in some instances you can make use of RAM drives to make the system go even faster. Find out what RAM drives are and how they work.
Cloning your Windows 10 boot drive to a new hard drive is not as easy as it might seem. Here is how you can create a bootable clone of a Windows 10 drive.
Plenty of Google Chrome apps require an Internet connection to be truly useful. Here are 10 great offline apps for Chrome you can use to improve your productivity.
Sometimes Google might not return the results you want. Fortunately, you can use Google’s advanced search features to be a little more direct with Google and obtain better search results.
You don’t have to wait until your new MacBook comes to take the Touch Bar for a spin. Here are 2 different ways to get Touch Bar working on your old MacBook.
You have probably heard of the ARM processor and Intel x86 processors. Let’s find out the technical differences between ARM and Intel x86 processors.
If you have multiple sets of audio interfaces connected to your computer, here’s how to quickly switch between audio outputs on macOS and Windows.
Hazel is an app for Mac to help you organize your files automatically and increase your productivity. Here are some custom Hazel rules to get started.
macOS Sierra comes with a “purgeable space” feature to help you optimize your hard drive space. Learn what is it and how you can make use of it.
If you want to move your user data from an old Mac to a new one, you can do so by transferring the necessary files over. Time Machine is not required.
Intel’s processor naming is a big old box of chaos. If you are ever confused of the differences between i3, i5 and i7, this article will clear things up.
Apple File System won’t be finalized until 2017, but you can get a taste in the developer preview now available on Sierra. Here’s a quick review of what APFS brings to the table.
macOS Sierra restored the option to set up RAID with a GUI. Here’s how you can easily configure and set up RAID 1 or 0 in macOS Sierra.
Encrypting files is something that all of us should be doing. Here are some useful software tools to encrypt your files on macOS.
If you buy a used Mac, chances are you’ll want to change the home folder’s name. Here is how you can do so, and the fixes for the problems it has caused.
Tracking users is a major part of the modern Web. Fortunately, if you want to stop sites from tracking you, here are a few add-ons for Firefox to reclaim some of your privacy.
If you want to save a website for offline reference, saving it as a PDF file is the best way to go. Here are the various ways to convert websites to PDF in Chrome.
If your job involves a lot of typing on the computer, one way to improve your productivity is by using a text expansion app. Learn how text expansion works and how the small and effective things it does can improve your productivity.
After you turned on iCloud syncing for macOS Sierra, you might find your files missing. Here’s how to fix the issue with iCloud Desktop and Documents sync.