In this article we show you how to set up text shortcuts on your Mac (much like on iOS) and how to save and restore any text shortcut settings you have.
Starting with OS X El Capitan, Apple has introduced a new method that lets you skip the trash can while deleting files from within Finder. Check it out.
Safari in OS X 10.11 El Capitan has a useful feature: pinned sites. It appears as a tiny square icon, located to the left of your tabs and never goes away.
Apple added a new feature, called “Split View,” in El Capitan. Here is how you can set it up and use it.
If you’re looking to download and perform a clean install of OS X El Capitan on your Mac, this installation guide will take you through the process.
In addition to customizing the Mac Dock to your liking by adding/removing application shortcuts, you can also add a Recent Items stack to it. Here’s how.
Is the default text size too small on your iOS device? Don’t worry; we’ll show you how to increase text size and make it easier to read.
Do you frequently use the Favorites sidebar in the Finder app on your Mac? If so, you may want to edit it whenever you’d like. Here’s how to do that.
Did you know that you can make your iPhone or iPad automatically type out phrases you use often? Here’s how to set it up & use this text shortcuts feature.
Launchpad on Mac allows you to manage and organize your apps just like you would on an iPad or iPhone. Here are some tips to help you make the most of it.
The power chime is a feature in the new Macbook. Using Terminal you can get the chime to sound when you plug in your Mac to your power outlet. Here’s how.
Apple presented its latest version of OS X, El Capitan, at WWDC. Let’s check out what’s new with this latest release.
Apple doesn’t make it easy to access the library folder in your account. So, here’s how you can access it in OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion using Finder.
Whatsapp doesn’t come with a desktop app that you can use on your Mac. If you do indeed want an app for WhatsApp, you can check out WhatsMac for OS X.
Every Mac has its own specific Model Identifier that may be needed for support (e.g. repairs), etc. Here’s how to find your Mac’s version if needed.
You can use the Command+Tab shortcut to switch programs, but you can also use the dock. Here is how you can customize your dock to be a command+tab replacement.
If you have forgotten a password that you had entered into Keychain in Mac OS X, you can view the password using the Keychain Access utility. Here’s how.
Some of you might want to change the rate at which your OS X text cursor blinks. Here is the way to change this rate.