Is your login screen starting to look cluttered? Here are a few ways to hide user accounts on your macOS login screen and customize the login screen.
One of the things you can do on your Mac is to change and customize the file, folder and hard drive icons with custom icons. Here’s how to do it.
Learn how you can get an Apple Education discount for your next purchase of Apple products if you’re a student or work for an educational institution.
Apple introduced macOS Big Sur during WWDC. This latest release includes major updates to the Safari web browser, refreshed Maps and Messages apps, and more.
System Preferences in Mac is the hub for all of your settings. Here is everything you need to know about macOS System Preferences.
Is your Mac refusing to recognise your Bluetooth mouse? Here are some methods to fix the Bluetooth connection problems in macOS.
WWDC 2020 was one for the books, giving users many of the things they have been begging for. This is despite having only one small hardware announcement.
Do you always have multiple applications active at the same time? Here are some ways to manage multiple windows on macOS.
When you buy a new Mac, one of the questions is how much storage do you really need? Here are some of the factors you should be considering.
While iWork doesn’t get mentioned as much as Office 365, that doesn’t mean you should ignore it. Here is why you should choose iWork over Office 365.
Find out how to type €, £, ¢, ¥ and more using easy keyboard shortcuts and how to access a range of additional symbols using the macOS Character Viewer.
The macOS Reminders app has always been a good way to create tasks and to-do lists. Learn how you can quickly master the improved Reminders app on the Mac.
Siri comes with a few Mac-specific commands that could surprise you. Here are some of the most surprising things you can do with Siri on Mac.
Whether you want to create a to-do list or write down some random thoughts, the macOS Notes app is more than capable. Here are some tips for mastering it.
Thunderbolt 3 is a technology that enables ultra-fast connections between any connected devices. Here are some of the best uses for Thunderbolt 3 on Mac.
Mac has long been referred to as the “Creative’s workshop.” Check out our list of 6 simple drawing apps for Mac that you can use to get creative.
If you use FaceTime, you can use the following FaceTime keyboard shortcuts on Mac to use the app more efficiently. These will work on most versions of macOS.
Automator in macOS is an automation tool to help you be more productive. You don’t need to know how to code. Learn how to use Automator in macOS.
If you are looking to organize your life, the macOS calendar can help you. Learn all the things you didn’t know your Mac calendar could do.
If your mouse is broken, using your phone as a mouse can help. Learn how you can easily use your Android phone as a mouse on your Mac.