Want to increase your Mac’s battery life by up to 25%? Find out how to manually enable and disable Turbo Boost in Mac.
Are you looking for a way to hide your files, folders and desktop icons on your Mac? Here are a few ways to hide them from your desktop and Finder.
If you have two user accounts on macOS and want to merge them into one, here is a simple way for you to do so.
macOS now has a dynamic wallpaper feature that changes throughout the day. Here’re the best websites to download dynamic wallpaper for Mac.
Google Chrome on Mac can be slow at times, thanks to a Chrome Helper process. Learn what Chrome Helper is and how to disable it.
There are plenty of options in Mac’s System Preferences. If you have no need for them, learn how to remove preference panes on Mac.
On macOS, parts of the file system are only unavailable to root users. Follow the steps here to enable the root user on macOS.
Safari 14 includes a redesigned toolbar and new privacy features. Let’s see how you can customize the Safari homepage in macOS.
While it’s never ideal to force close an application, sometimes the app leaves you no choice! We cover 4 ways to force quit your macOS apps.
Want to prevent your Mac from sleeping even if the lid is closed? You can use this free “keep-awake” application to prevent a Mac from sleeping.
If you have an old Mac Mini lying around, you can easily upgrade it to work like a new computer. Learn how to upgrade a 2011 Mac Mini.
Have you ever dragged a file to your Trash, only to receive an error? Here are all the ways to delete files from a Mac that won’t delete.
Do you find yourself performing the same tasks over and over again? Learn how to use automator to automate the repetitive tasks in macOS.
Many macOS users have experienced a frozen computer at least once. Here are some easy steps you can take to fix a frozen Mac.
MacCleaner Pro 2 is the latest revision of Nektony’s answer to the question: how can I maintain my Mac easily and quickly without expert knowledge.
If you have not tried Apple News, you are missing out on a customizable experience. Try these settings to customize your Apple News app.
Sometimes your external monitor may refuse to work no matter what you do. Learn how to fix the external display not working issue in macOS.
You may need to know your MacBook’s serial number when you bring it for servicing or warranty registration. Here’s how to check your Mac’s serial number.
Here we’ll take a look at when to buy Apple products, what you can feel comfortable buying today and what you should hold off on.
Whether you want to capture the whole screen, a highlighted area, or a window, these are the best ways to take screenshots on your Mac.
There are times where your Mac won’t start up and for multiple reasons. These are some of the ways to fix the Mac not starting up issue.
The Finder in Mac is where you find all your documents. Here are some Finder preferences you probably don’t know about that can take you to the next level
There are many features in macOS that are unknown to many. Here are some of the best hidden customization settings to help you get more out of your Mac.
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.
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.
One of the things you can do on your Mac is to customize the file, folder and hard drive icons with custom icons. Here’s how to do it.
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.
Apple added a new Tile Window feature in macOS Catalina, which makes it even easier for you to multitask. Learn how you can tile windows in macOS.
Adding a controller to the Mac is really easy and will elevate the Mac gaming experience. Here is how you can connect Nintendo Joy-Cons to a Mac.
If you find that your Mac’s screen is too small, learn the various ways you can connect an external monitor to your Mac to extend your screen.
The default settings of the macOS desktop may not be to everyone’s liking. Let’s see how you can customize your Mac desktop and make it your very own.
Apple’s built-in dictionary is one app that everyone uses but never talks about. Learn some of the fastest ways you can look up word definitions on Mac.
Learn how you can create iCloud email aliases and use them to send and receive emails without revealing your true email address.
Apple products, while lasting, cannot last forever. How do you determine if it’s time to replace your Mac? These are some of the biggest warning signs.