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.
Wondering how to include the mouse cursor in screenshots on Mac? Here’s how to use the built-in utilities Preview and Grab to capture a screenshot with cursor.
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.
Getting the DNS cache cleared on a Mac running OS X El Capitan is as easy as running a command in Terminal. This guide will help you do that.