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.
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.
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.
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.
Apple’s Butterfly keyboards have so many issues that Apple might switch back to the scissor-style switches. But why are the Butterfly keyboards so terrible?
iOS’s HEIC file format does not play well with other platform. Here is how you can use Preview on Mac to easily convert HEIC files to JPG.
Vector graphics are not quite the same as normal images. Here are some ways to work with vector graphics in macOS and the solutions to problems that first-time graphic editors can run into.
Optimized sStorage for Mac can help you free up storage space and store your files in the cloud. Here is how to make use of Optimized Storage on your Mac
Trying to figure out how to move text from one doc to the other or across devices? Find out how to copy and paste on Mac and your other Apple devices.
AirPods are one of the hottest tech products. If you own a set of AirPods, here is how to connect it to your Mac, using the native method or third-party app.
Learn how to use “Approve with Apple Watch,” a new feature in macOS Catalina that allows the use of Apple Watch to perform authentication actions.
Mac Launchpad can be powerful if you’re properly familiar with its capabilities. Here are some of the best tips for making the most of Launchpad on Mac.
After being introduced in iOS, Apple now also include Screen Time in macOS Catalina. This has also replaced Parental Controls. Learn how to set up Screen Time on your Mac.
iOS 13 and macOS Catalina added the ability to add subtasks in the Reminders app. Here is how you can create Reminders subtasks in iOS and macOS.
The TV app in macOS Catalina now handles all video content. Here is the new way to add videos to your iOS devices with the TV app and Finder.
If you don’t like how macOS Catalina is messing up your Mac, here is how you can download the previous version of macOS and install it on your Mac.
Apple removed iTunes from macOS Catalina. If you need to sync your iOS device, here is how to sync an iOS device with macOS Catalina without iTunes.
If you’re a Terminal user, you can adjust the screen brightness of your Mac directly from the Terminal. Here are the commands to do so.
For Mac users who wish to connect to a larger screen, it’s not as straightforward as it should be. Learn how you can wirelessly stream your Mac to a TV.
On-screen visual cues can be very helpful at times. On macOS, if you want to show your keyboard presses on-screen, this is how to do it.
If you are thinking of switching to a Mac, but aren’t sure if it is right for you, here are some resources for you to learn macOS first before getting a Mac.
When troubleshooting your Mac, there are several startup modes that you can access. Here are the various macOS startup modes and their shortcut keys.
If the keyboard stops working on your Mac, any number of issues could be at fault. Here are some ways to fix a keyboard not working on Mac.
If there’s a distracting noise in your audio, you’ll drive away listeners in droves. Learn how to remove background noise from audio on macOS.
If you are using an external hard drive on your Mac, and it doesn’t always show up, here are some ways you can use to fix this issue.
While BitLocker is an encryption feature to help keep your files safe, M3 BitLocker Loader for Mac allows you to use those files on systems that don’t support BitLocker.
If you use Safari or Chrome, you may want to switch to Firefox, as an upcoming update will reduce power consumption for macOS users up to three times.
Sometimes you need to work with a certain type of drive. If your operating system doesn’t support that drive, an app like iBoySoft Drive Manager will help.
While Siri is very powerful, it might not work that great for some people. Here we show you how to disable Siri on your iOS device and Mac.
The Terminal in macOS is a handy tool for troubleshooting. Here we show you how to use the Terminal to scan and troubleshoot your local network.
You might not be using any of the Fn keys on macOS and it is best to remap them to more useful keyboard shortcuts. Here’s how you can remap Fn keys on macOS.
Alfred for Mac is Spotlight on steroids. Here are some of the best Alfred workflows that will make you even more productive on Mac.
To keep your Mac running in tip-top shape, you should give it a good thorough cleaning every now and then. FoneDog PowerMyMac is a useful tool for this.
Most macOS users are not aware of the Services menu and how useful it is. Here we show you how to add options to macOS Services menu.
Your macOS can’t play Blu-ray by default. Fortunately, there are excellent, open-source options available. We will show you how to play Blu-ray discs on macOS.
The option to watermark PDF files is not present by default in Quick Actions. Learn how you can create your own Quick Actions to add a watermark to a PDF file.
When doing a recoring in Quicktime in Mac, it can only accept audio input from the built-in mic. Learn how you can record system audio in Quicktime with this hack.