You can get your Mac to save power by automatically turning off the keyboard’s backlight after a specific time of inactivity. Here is how you can do so.
Taking a screenshot on Mac is easy. Here we show how to change the default screenshot location on Mac and how to save screenshots to the clipboard.
Apple’s new “Butterfly” mechanism keyboard is nowhere as good as it sounds, with it being plagued by constant noise and dust entrapment issues since its release.
Did you know that Automator on Mac is a great way to automate your workflow? You can even use it to back up contacts in OS X. Here’s how.
Wondering how to do CTRL + F on an iOS device? Here’s how you can find any word in a web page in Safari for iOS 9.
If you want to make sure that your sensitive documents and files are completely removed from your Mac, here are a couple of ways to securely delete them.
Did you know the Japanese keyboard on iPhone offers a secret Emoji keyboard called “Kaomojis?” Kaomojis are face emotions made using letters, numbers & symbols. Here’s how it works.
NetSpot is a free utility (with a Pro version) for Mac OS X that makes it easy to map out your wireless network. Here’s how to use it to optimize your Wifi Networks.
Formatting a drive on your Mac is quite easy, though it isn’t as evident and obvious as it is on a PC. You can format an external drive in OS X using Disk Utility and Terminal. Here’s how to do so.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The default highlighted text color in OS X is blue, but you can change it to any color you want. Here is how you can change highlighted text color in OS X.
Sometime, there are issues that prevent connected hard drives from showing in the Finder sidebar. Here are two ways to fix the problem.
One of the new features in OS X Yosemite is the Markup feature in Mail, which allows you to perform edits and annotations to a PDF or image file. Here’s how it works.
If you own multiple Macs, you can just download one copy of OS X Yosemite, create a bootable USB drive and install on all of them. Here’s how to do it.
Just bought a 2nd hand iPhone and wonder if it was a stolen good? You can now use the Activation Lock Status tool to check it. See how it works here.
There is a new privacy bug discovered in the Android stock browser. Here’s how to protect yourself.
A familiar third-party keyboard iKeyWi is available for iOS 8 and it allows you to add extra row of keys to your keyboard. Let’s check it out.
Apple removed the social sharing feature in iOS 8, but you can still can get it back with the TaptoShare widget. Check out how you can do so.
While Apple didn’t increase the pixel count of its camera, it increase the frame rate so you can now shoot video at full HD and 60FPS. Here is how you can enable it on iPhone 6/6 Plus.
By default, you won’t be able to search for system files in OS X’s Finder or Spotlight. Here is a quick and simple way to search for system files in Finder.
With the Continuity feature in iOS 8, you can now make phone call on iPad/iPod Touch even though it doesn’t have a celluar connection. Here is how you can do so.
There are plenty of FTP clients for Mac users. Some are simple while others require a fee. Here we have complied a list of the best FTP clients for Mac.
Google stores a lot of information about you. If you want to prevent Google from recording your location history, follow these steps for Android and iOS devices.
A lot of you might have your own method to convert a text file to another format. Here’s a simple way to batch convert text files to other format in Mac. Check it out.
Have you tried all means to reset your OS X password without any success? The last resort to reset OS X account is via the use of Terminal Single User mode. Let check it out.
If you are having battery issues with your iPhone 5, Apple will replace your battery for free. Here’s how to check if your iPhone is eligible.
If you’re just looking to see who’s using your network, WiFi Inspector for Android is the right app for you.
If your Apple iTunes/iCloud account contains many confidential data, you might want to enable two-steps verification for your account. Here’s how.
A new exploit has revealed a serious vulnerability in the way USB work, and it can very much wreak havoc on about every computer there is.
Do you know that for your Gmail account, there are two different email addresses that can reach your inbox? Here are some ways to make good use of them.
Your Android phone can reveal your location history to others over WiFI network. Here is how to stop Android from leaking location history over Wifi.
The default screen capture tool in Mac OS X is pretty nifty, except that it doesn’t allow you to take screenshot of login screen. Here is how you can overcome the limitation.
You probably know that you can’t install Whatsapp on iPad. With this trick, you can install Whatsapp on iPad/iPod Touch without jailbreaking your device.
Pop-up ads are annoying. If you are one of those who hate pop-up ads, here is the method to block pop-up windows in the various browsers.
One of Steve Jobs famous speeches is the one he presented in Stanford University, named “Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish”. If you have missed it, you can access it in OS X Pages.