Quick Look is one of the most convenient features of macOS as it allows you to quickly preview files. Here is how to extend its functionality and make it more powerful with plugins.
Mac OS X tips & tricks
A sound backup strategy is crucial for any computer user. Here is one solid backup strategy you can use to save your data before you need it.
While there are many ways to access Windows apps from Mac, sometimes, you just need to access the whole OS. Here is how you can install Windows 10 on Mac.
A bootable backup is one that you can use to boot and run your computer. Here is how to create a bootable clone of your Mac.
In Macs, TRIM is only enabled on SSDs supplied by Apple. If you have a 3rd party SSD, here is how to enable TRIM for SSD in Mac.
Kexts are analogous to drivers under Windows, and they let the kernel communicate with your computer’s hardware. Here’s how to add and remove kexts in macOS.
Markdown provides a unique writing technique and is designed to be easily converted into HTML. Here are the best Markdown editors for macOS.
By default, you can’t pin an app to the top and above others in macOS. Here is how you can use Afloat to add the “Always on Top” solution in macOS.
The Quicklook feature in Mac’s Finder only supports .mov and MPEG-related formats for video. QLVideo adds support for extra video types to Quicklook.
As most VPN providers support OpenVPN, you can now make use of Tunnelblick to easily set up OpenVPN on Mac. Here’s how you can do so.
When your iPhone starts randomly shutting down, it is best to run diagnostics to see if your battery needs replacing. Here’s how to run iPhone battery diagnostics on Mac.
Plex allows you to access your media library from the road, building your own personal Spotify and Netflix. Here’s how to set up a Plex server on macOS.
If you are experiencing a frozen Mac when updating the system, here are a few ways to save your data, attack the problem, and fix a frozen Mac.
We now have more options than just iTunes for file transfer to an iPhone or other iOS device. One option, AnyTrans from iMobie, is a sort of Swiss army knife app for iOS.
Python is now in version 3.5, and yet your Mac is still shipping with Python 2.7. If you have a need to use Python 3, here’s how to upgrade and use Python 3 on Mac.
If you are downloading an app outside of the Mac App store, it is best to scan the package file for malware before you install it. Here’s how you can do it in macOS.
Looking for a way to play your Apple videos on non-Apple devices? Tuneskit helps you do that, removing DRM encoding from your videos.