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.
With video being such a big part of people’s lives, it makes sense that you’d want a good video editor. Here are some of the best video editors for Mac.
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.
It is best to have a bootable backup of your operating system in the event that it crashes. Learn how to install macOS on a USB drive and create a backup.
Macs don’t support Ext4 filesystems. If you plug a Ext4 drive in, it’s simply not recognized. Fortunately, there are a few ways around this.
Need a way to quickly toggle Do Not Disturb mode on your Mac? Follow the method here to create your own keyboard shortcut for Do Not Disturb mode.
Microsoft has released their new Microsoft Edge for macOS. Here is how you can try the Canary or Developer build of the Edge browser on Mac.
mySIMBL is a utility for installing application bundles on macOS. These packages provide opportunities for customization that are otherwise inaccessible.
No matter what category of programmers you belong to, you will need a tool to write down your code.
To reformat your Mac, you’ll need to create a bootable USB installer. Follow the steps here to easily create a macOS bootable installer.
macOS Catalina brings with it some major changes and updates. Here are some of the things you can expect to find in macOS Catalina.
macOS has a feature to invert the display colors on your Mac. Using this can help you to view text that otherwise might place strain on your eyes.
Apple has always made it hard to install their operating system on non-Apple hardware. However, it is possible to install macOS on VirtualBox. Here’s how.
There are times when you want to access your Mac remotely, and there are many different ways to remote access your Mac. Here are some of the easier ways.
The 2019 WWDC keynote didn’t include many big surprises, with many things rumored or leaked beforehand, but did include iPadOS, a new Mac Pro, and dark mode.
Apple added the “Do Not Disturb” feature to macOS, allowing you to do your work without any disturbance. Learn how you can enable Do Not Disturb in macOS.
While deleting a file is easy, locating a duplicate file is not. Learn how you can locate and delete duplicate files in macOS.
Using Terminal to update your Mac can save time and be easier for many – especially since the Mac App Store is known to lag on older devices.
If you just got a Mac but are questioning whether to buy Office all over again, there are several Microsoft Office alternatives for Mac you can choose from.
If you are looking to switch to a better email client, here are the best free and paid Apple Mail alternatives for Mac users.
Enabling auto updates allows your device to update all the software installed automatically in the background. Learn how to enable auto update for macOS.
Running out of space on your Mac isn’t fun. Figuring out what is taking up the most space is easy. Make use of these tools to check disk space in Mac.
If you frequently use Siri on your Mac to call or message contacts, you can easily add a relationship to any contact on your Mac for quick and easy access.
If you are working with a file in macOS, there are times when you will get the error code 43 message. Here is how you can fix Mac’s error code 43 issue.
You can set a firmware password on your Mac to prevent others from booting into it via an external disk. Here is how to do so.
Storage media, including SSDs, will fail when you least expect it. macOS offers tools that can check the disk health of your SSD and other attached disks.
While working on a Mac, you can make use of the Continuity Camera feature to take a photo using your iPhone’s camera and directly import it to your Mac.
Apple has not made the “Hey Siri” activation function available on older Macs. Fortunately, there’s a workaround to access the “Hey Siri” command on older Macs.
Apple introduced Stacks in macOS Mojave to help people better organize their desktop. Here is how to enable Stacks and try it for yourself.
You can get your Mac to save power by automatically turning off the keyboard’s backlight after a specific time of inactivity. Here is how you can do so.
Taking a screenshot on Mac is easy. Here we show how to change the default screenshot location on Mac and how to save screenshots to the clipboard.
Some task apps have so many features that keeping them up to date is a task in itself. If you prefer a simpler option, TaskPaper might be perfect for you.
Apple’s new “Butterfly” mechanism keyboard is nowhere as good as it sounds, with it being plagued by constant noise and dust entrapment issues since its release.
Mac comes with a way for you to find out the cause of its failure. You can use Apple Diagnostics to troubleshoot your Mac and find out what is wrong with it.
Connecting a printer in Mac may seem confusing at first, but it’s pretty straightforward. Learn how you can easily add or remove printers on your Mac.
Safe mode is a diagnostic mode in OS, like Windows or macOS, designed for troubleshooting purposes. Learn how you can boot to Safe mode in macOS.
While uninstalling apps on macOS is easy, there are times where it leaves some residual files around. Learn how to completely uninstall apps on macOS.
If you’re looking for a graphical Git client, there are a bunch of GUI Git clients available for the Mac. Here are some of the best Git clients to try.
The default Terminal app on macOS works just fine, but it’s far from the only option available. Here are some of the best alternative terminal apps for Mac.
wget is a non-interactive command-line utility for download resources from a specified URL. Learn how to install and use wget on macOS.
If you rely on Spotlight but find it lacking features, an alternative launcher like LaunchBar could be just what you need. Check out how it works here.
Sandboxing is a tool used by macOS to limit the damage that a hijacked app can do. Here is how macOS app sandboxing works to protect its users.
Apple Reminders is not a power user’s task management system, but Goodtask can keep its simplicity and features while adding another feature set of its own.
Flags are used by macOS to limit how a file can be changed. They’re set differently from permissions and run in a parallel structure alongside commands like chown and chmod.