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.
There are multiple ways to convert a DOCX file to a PDF file on your Mac. However, this is one the most convenient and fastest ways because it only requires right-clicking on a Word file.
Quitter is a Mac app that helps you automatically quit the apps that have been open for some time but are not used to help free up resources. Here’s how it works.
You can’t schedule emails in the Mac Mail app natively, but with a little trick and an Automator script, scheduling emails is a snap. Here’s how it’s done.
Want to create a blank disk image on your Mac for your storage? This guide will help you do that so that you can add and delete files as needed.
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.