Making music on Mac is easy but sometimes suffers due to the speed of your system. In this article we show how to reduce latency and make your music flow.
Mac OS X tips & tricks
iCloud Storage only gives you 5GB of storage. If you’re already close to the limit and need to free up some space ASAP, here’s how to do that on Mac & iOS.
Often while troubleshooting you may need to know when an app was installed on your Mac. Luckily, it’s easy to find that out. Here’s how it’s done.
Use TextEdit on Mac? If the majority of your work requires documents without formatting, you should set plain text as the default text mode. Here’s how.
What if there was a way for you to quickly open your current Safari webpage in the Google Chrome browser on your Mac with a single-click? Luckily, there is!
iPhoto is no longer the only photo management app for Mac. With OS X Yosemite, you have a new app called Photos. Want to get iPhoto back? Keep reading.
The trackpad on your Mac supports many gestures. Luckily, an app called Riverflow lets you assign even more gestures to keyboard shortcuts. Check it out.
One of the best ways to get the most out of Terminal is to learn what it can do. Here are ten terminal commands for Mac that you should know.
Most Mac apps have many keyboard shortcuts that can save time and boost productivity if you know them. To quickly find out what they are, try this app.
When sharing images on the Internet, you may want to remove EXIF data (or metadata) for privacy and security reasons. Here’s how to do that on a Mac.
HazeOver for Mac helps get rid of distractions & focuses on the current task by highlighting the front window and fading out background windows. Check it out.
Using the Mac launcher Alfred? If so, you may be wondering if the Powerpack upgrade is worth purchasing. We’ll help you decide by explaining the benefits.
What if there was a way for you to set an animated screen saver as the desktop background on your Mac? Luckily, there is. Read on to find out how.
Processing is a computer language used to make generative & interactive art. Let’s see how the band The Sinatra Test used it on a Mac to create an album cover.
Dark Mode in OS X Yosemite lets you change the look and feel of the menu bar and dock, giving both elements a darker appearance. Here’s how to enable it.
Using Terminal to change the DNS servers has its advantages. It’s also very useful when troubleshooting. Here is how you can easily do that on your Mac.
If you don’t have a 3D display, but still want to watch 3D movies, here are a few ways to watch them on your Mac without paying for expensive new equipment.
Did you know that there’s a batch renaming feature embedded into the Finder app on OS X Yosemite? Read on to learn how to easily batch rename files on Mac.