Did you sign up for the free trial of Apple Music and now want to cancel now that your account is being charged? Here’s how to cancel your Apple Music subscription.
Mac OS X tips & tricks
Looking for a dual pane file manager for OS X? Commander One is just that. Built from the ground up with Swift programming language, it supports OS X 10.9+.
Finding the path of a file on your Mac isn’t always so easy. If you are looking for a way to review a file’s path, we list 3 ways in this article.
Turbo Boost is a performance enhancement found in the newest Macs which are using the latest Intel processors. Here’s how to have complete control of this new feature.
If you would like videos to float over your existing windows while using your Mac, you can do so using a free Mac app called Helium. Here’s how it works.
In order to ensure the integrity of downloaded files, some websites give you a checksum to compare to. If you’re on a Mac, you can use Terminal to check a file’s checksum. Here’s how.
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 the kind of person who likes to compartmentalize, you’ll like Epichrome, a Fluid-like app that lets you run websites as apps on your Mac.
Did you know the Preview app on Mac comes with a signature feature to let you digitally sign a document? Here’s how to add your signature to a .pdf file.
Are you frustrated with the autocorrect feature on your Mac? It may be handy, but it’s often more trouble than it should be. Here’s how to turn it off.
If you love music and want your Mac to play your favorite track every time you boot up, you can do that using the Automator app to add a startup sound. Here’s how.
There is no lack of third-party apps for Gmail. Mia for Gmail is one Gmail app that allows you to check and manage your Gmail account right from the menu bar.
Hocus Focus is a Mac app that can automatically hide inactive windows. It senses and hides them for you to focus on the task at hand. Here’s how it works.
By default, the Finder app on Mac does not show the full path in its title bar. If you want to change that, here’s how to show the current path in Finder.
If you have a PDF document and wish to extract a single page from it, here’s how you can go about doing that on your Mac.
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.
Apple has been showing the El Capitan banner in the App Store. If you are not ready to upgrade, you can hide that banner from appearing in the App Store.