Besides regular photo albums, iPhoto and Photos for Mac allows you to create Smart Albums to organize photos in a much smarter way. Here’s how to create and use them.
Did you know that the Mac Reminders app allows you to easily create a reminder for emails so you don’t forget about them? Here’s how to do that.
Want to run UNIX commands on your Mac via the Command Line Tools utilities? You can do so with our without Xcode. Here’s how to do it without.
If you find Adobe Flash on your Mac to be a threat to the security of your machine, you can follow this guide to get that utility removed.
If you have several calendars for different purposes, you may want to set one of them as the default calendar. Here’s how to set the default calendar in OS X and iOS.
Tired of seeing search suggestions in the address bar on your desktop or mobile device? Here’s how to disable search suggestions in Chrome and Safari.
Want to keep the notes on your Mac private? Here’s how to lock them so that only you can see what’s in them and no one else.
If you have files you don’t want nosy eyes to see on your Mac, this tutorial shows how to hide files (zip archive) inside another file (image). Users only see the image file and not the zip archive.
If you have some Pages files that you want to be able to open in Microsoft Word, here’s two methods of converting them from Pages to Word.
Looking to keep your Mac desktop uncluttered? One option is to hide the device icons. Here are two ways to hide them, allowing you to get them back when desired.
If you’re looking to record your iPhone screen without using third-party apps, here’s how to do so using QuickTime on your Mac.
If you’re an Evernote user wanting to switch to Apple Notes, you’re in luck. Apple has made it easy to migrate from Evernote to Apple Notes. Here’s how.
Annoyed by all of the unused services on your Mac’s context menu? Here’s how you can remove those unused and unwanted services.
Did you know that you can create animated gifs on a Mac without a third-party app? All it takes is an Automator service and the right-click button.
If you use the Photo Booth app for Mac, you’ve probably noticed pictures are saved to a secret place, making it hard to access the images. Here’s a solution.
Did you know that the Mac’s built-in system panel allows you to set a photo library as the screen saver on your Mac? Here’s how it’s done.
Have you ever wanted to dim the display on your Mac below the default setting? If so, check out this free app called Shady.
Want to change up the Launchpad layout on your Mac? The following method lets you change the number of rows and columns for apps in Launchpad.
In El Capitan you can find where the cursor is by shaking your fingers on the trackpad to make the cursor get bigger. Don’t like this effect? Here’s how to disable it.
There’s now a way to change both volume and brightness on your Mac in smaller increments. The trick allows you to change levels in as small as 25% of the default bar.
Did you know there’s a way to automatically hide the menu bar on your Mac so that you don’t see it unless you move your cursor near it? Here’s how it’s done.
Apowersoft iPhone/iPad Recorder is a tool that lets you record the screen of your iPhone or iPad using your computer. Here’s how it works.
Looking to find the uptime of your Mac? There are two ways to see this info, neither requiring a third-party app. Here are those methods.
If you have images that do not have location data embedded, here’s how you can add a location to an image in Mac.
While the secure empty trash option is gone in OS X El Capitan, there is still a way to do it if needed. Here’s how to empty the trash securely on your Mac using a Terminal command.
If you don’t like the new font used in OS X, here’s how you can change the default font in El Capitan to Lucida Grande.
Using the Mail app on Mac? There’s a feature that constantly scans your emails and finds contacts to add. Want to turn this off? Here’s how to disable contacts scanning.
Bored with the default login screen wallpaper in OS X El Capitan? Luckily, you can change it without any third-party apps. Here’s how.
The widely used Facebook Messenger app comes with a hidden chess game that you can play with your Facebook contacts. Here’s how to enable it.
Tired of having to enter your password when downloading free apps in the Mac App Store? Here’s how to bypass the password prompt for free apps.
In order to create an HTML signature in the Mail app on your Mac, you need to go through a nifty trick that gets the job done for you. Here’s how it works.
If your computer mic has stopped working, an app called WO Mic allows you to use your Android device as a microphone for your computer. It works on Windows and Mac.
The latest version of Safari on Mac allows you to clean the cache files individually instead of removing all browsing data. Here’s how to enable and use it.
Concerned about security on your Mac? Luckily, you can use Stealth Mode to make it more difficult for hackers and malware to find you. Here’s how.
Sometimes the Safari browser on your Apple devices goes out of sync and stays that way. Luckily, you can force sync Safari history to get it back on track. Here’s how.
Gatekeeper comes with Mac OS X and helps to prevent installations of any unauthorized apps. If you’re annoyed by this restriction, here’s how to turn off Gatekeeper forever.
One way to speed up the loading time of pages is to disable the auto loading of images. Here’s how you can do it in Chrome and Firefox.
Annoyed by constant alerts on the Mac notification bar? Here’s how you can disable all notification alerts on your Mac.
iMyfone Umate is a tool for both Windows and Mac that lets you easily clea up your iPhone and helps you save space on your device. See how it works and enter to win a license key.
SaveHollywood is a Mac application that allows you to set a video as a screen saver. This tutorial shows you how to do it.
If you’ve forgotten your WiFi password but have previously used it on your Android device, here’s how you can use your device to retrieve WiFi passwords.
How many times has your phone accidentally made a call from inside your pocket? Call Confirm is an Android app that saves you the embarrassment of such ‘pocket dialing.’ Check it out!
RandTune is an Android app that lets you use random sounds for your phone calls and notifications. Here’s how to install and use the app.
Did you know that Google saves all of the voice commands that you have ever said to the Google Now app? Luckily, you can delete those Google Now commands easily. Here’s how!
If you would like videos to float over your existing windows while using your Mac, you can do so using a free Mac app called Helium. Here’s how it works.
In order to ensure the integrity of downloaded files, some websites give you a checksum to compare to. If you’re on a Mac, you can use Terminal to check a file’s checksum. Here’s how.
Did you know the Preview app on Mac comes with a signature feature to let you digitally sign a document? Here’s how to add your signature to a .pdf file.
Are you frustrated with the autocorrect feature on your Mac? It may be handy, but it’s often more trouble than it should be. Here’s how to turn it off.
Glovebox is an Android app that lets you launch apps from the sidebar of your device. If you’re curious to see how it works, keep on reading!
If you love music and want your Mac to play your favorite track every time you boot up, you can do that using the Automator app to add a startup sound. Here’s how.