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.
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.
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.
Both the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro have powerful specs, so which one should you choose? We compared both side by side, and this is our recommendation.
macOS has its very own screen-sharing system to share your screen. Follow the steps here to set up screen sharing on your Mac.
If your old MacBook starts to feel hot with its fans whirring loudly, here are several things you can do to make it cool down and fix the overheating issue.
Many people are still unaware of the geofencing feature in the iOS Reminders app. Here we’ll show you how to set up location-based reminders in iOS and macOS.
QuickTime is more than just an application for watching movies. Here’s a look at how you can use QuickTime to edit all your movies.
If you’re seeing the “No camera connected” error message and are having trouble using your Mac’s built-in camera, try one of these quick fixes to get it working again.
Safari is not without faults and lacks the deep features of its browser competitors. Let’s take a look at some of the best Safari alternatives for your Mac.
Apple recently introduced a time-synced lyrics feature in Apple Music. Here is how you can view real-time synced lyrics on your Apple Music app.
Unhappy with Google’s Android File Transfer app? OpenMTP can take the pain out of transferring files between Android and macOS.
If you are a gamer, you will probably choose a Windows computer over a Mac. Why is it that Macs are so bad at gaming? Is Apple doing anything about it?
Partitioning your hard drive allows you to better organize your data and install another OS. Here is how to partition a drive in macOS.
While there are lots of applications that allow you to create self-extracting archive, here is how you can do it with the native tool that come in your OS.
AirDrop allows you to easily share files between your Apple devices. Here is everything you need to know to use AirDrop to share files on Mac and iOS.
How do you know which retailers accept Apple Pay? Here is how you can easily find Apple Pay locations on your iPhone and Mac.
Apple has provided a few options for you to tweak the notification behavior on your Mac. Here are some ways to better manage your notifications in macOS.
MacDroid is a handy piece of software that makes the process of accessing Android files on a Mac without the use of cloud storage much easier.
The iPhone can do almost everything, including becoming a mouse or trackpad for your PC. Here is how to configure your iPhone as a mouse for your Mac.
It is much easier to fill up a hard drive than to free up space on it. Here are some ways to clean up your Mac hard drive and improve its performance.
It can be frustrating when you can’t open Photoshop files on your Mac. Here are some ways to view a Photoshop file on a Mac without Photosop being installed.
With macOS Catalina, you can now set up your iPhone as a remote control for Apple TV and Apple Music. Learn how to use your iPhone as a remote control.
Malwarebytes keeps a log on how many infections it detects per operating system, and for the first time ever, Macs saw a higher infection rate than PCs.
AirDrop either works, or it doesn’t, and it can be infuriating when it doesn’t work. Here a few solutions to fix AirDrop problems on your Mac and iPhone.
The Split-screen mode is the best way to work with multiple windows and keep your productivity. Here’s how to snap or split-screen applications in macOS.
Did you download the new macOS Catalina and notice you couldn’t install it smoothly? Here are the fixes for the common macOS Catalina problems.
While macOS is not well-known for gaming, you can still play DOS game on your Mac. Learn how to play DOS games on macOS with DOSBox.
While Android apps are not natively supported in macOS, running Android apps on Mac is not a difficult task. Here’s how you can run Android apps on Mac.
For your Apple “two-factor authentication” settings, you can add an additional trusted phone number just in case you lose your password. Here is how to do so in macOS and iOS.
Whe you take a screenshot in macOS, the thumbnail will appear in the right corner of the screen. Learn how to disable the floating screenshot preview in macOS.
Some of the apps in macOS have an autosave feature that save your work every few minutes. Here’s how to delete the autosave file version in macOS.
You have probably encountered app bundles in macOS. What do they do? Here is a breakdown of macOS app bundles and their hierarchical structure.
Apple calls the interconnectivity features between macOS and iOS the “Continuity System.” Here are all the ways the Continuity system works.
Catalina, the newest version of macOS, comes with a ton of features that you can use to maximize your MacBook productivity.