macOS Catalina brings with it some major changes and updates. Here are some of the things you can expect to find in macOS Catalina.
macOS has a feature to invert the display colors on your Mac. Using this can help you to view text that otherwise might place strain on your eyes.
Apple added the “Do Not Disturb” feature to macOS, allowing you to do your work without any disturbance. Learn how you can enable Do Not Disturb in macOS.
While deleting a file is easy, locating a duplicate file is not. Learn how you can locate and delete duplicate files in macOS.
Using Terminal to update your Mac can save time and be easier for many – especially since the Mac App Store is known to lag on older devices.
The new Apple News+ service allows you to read both newspapers and magazines on your iOS device. Learn how you can sign up for an Apple News+ subscription on you mobile.
Enabling auto updates allows your device to update all the software installed automatically in the background. Learn how to enable auto update for macOS.
If you frequently use Siri on your Mac to call or message contacts, you can easily add a relationship to any contact on your Mac for quick and easy access.
One of the most-loved features in iOS is “Do Not Disturb.” Learn how you can easily enable and use the Do not Disturb mode on iPhones and iPads.
You can set a firmware password on your Mac to prevent others from booting into it via an external disk. Here is how to do so.
Apple’s iPhone doesn’t come with the capability for you to schedule your SMS to send at a later time. Here’s a wokaround to schedule SMS on your iPhone.
While working on a Mac, you can make use of the Continuity Camera feature to take a photo using your iPhone’s camera and directly import it to your Mac.
Apple introduced Stacks in macOS Mojave to help people better organize their desktop. Here is how to enable Stacks and try it for yourself.
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.