If you would prefer Google Chrome send you notifications natively on a Mac, here’s how to enable Chrome’s native notifications for better functionality.
Tired of your account name taking up extra room on your Mac’s menu bar? Here’s how to remove your name from the menu bar to get your space back.
If you’re tired of the default OS X El Capitan app icons and want to give them a new look, here’s how you can customize them using built-in Mac tools.
If you want to remove an audio track from a video file on you Mac, here’s how you can use the iMovie app to do so without the use of any other apps.
The Open With and Always Open With options on Mac are extremely useful because they allow you to open a file in different apps (or a single preferred app). Here’s how these features work.
The OS X we once knew and loved is gone. From now on it will be called macOS, and Sierra is the name of the newest version. Here’s what’s new.
Looking to have iCloud sync your calendar subscriptions across your Apple devices? Here’s how you can do so using your Mac.
If you’re an avid YouTube user, you probably do a lot of searches. Luckily for you, we have 10 YouTube search tips to help you get the most out of the site.
If you’re using the Mail app for Mac and want to show only unread emails, here’s how you can do so using the Smart Mailbox feature.
By default, you cannot delete all of the photos on your iPhone at once. This tutorial will show you how to delete photos on your iPhone using your Mac.
Did you know that you can create a PDF file using the print menu on your Mac? It’s much like printing but instead uses the “Save as PDF” option.
Have you ever wanted to display a website as your screen saver? You’re in luck. WebViewScreenSaver is a Mac app that turns any website into a screen saver.
Apple has made significant changes and improvements to its Notes app since it first arrived on the scene. Here are some ways you can get the most out of it.
Want to log into your Apple account using an iCloud email address instead of your own personal email account? Here’s how to create one on your Mac.
There are multiple ways to quit an app on a Mac. Here are the six ways you can use to exit out of an app on a Mac.
Did you know that you can use the built-in Automator app on your Mac to create a service to resize images to specified values? Resized images are available instantly!
If you’re looking to open the Gmail website whenever you click on email links in various browsers on your Mac, here’s how to set the Gmail website as the default mail app.