Your macOS does not support writing to an NTFS partition by default. To access your Windows drive, this is how you can write to an NTFS drive in Mac.
Every time a Mac starts up or reboots, it is accompanied by the startup sound. Here is how you can permanently disable Mac’s startup sound.
If you want to record music or spoken word on your Mac, you’ll need to have a microphone. We’ll show you here how to set up an external microphone on macOS.
The built-in Dictionary app in macOS is a crucially overlooked resource. Learn how you can customize the Dictionary app and put it to good use.
Redundancy is hugely important to a good backup regime. Learn how to use mutliple drives for a Time machine backup in macOS to ensure your data’s safety.
macOS Mojave’s Dark Mode is a major feature for late-night computer users. By default, it’s fairly dark. But there are ways of making Dark Mode even darker.
macOS Mojave changed the way screenshots work on macOS. Learn how you can use the new screenshot tools to do tasks previously only available in the Grab.app
Quick actions in macOS Mojave allow users to process files in repeatable ways. Learn how to create and use Quick Actions in macOS Mojave.
The MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar isn’t highly useful right out of the box. Fortunately, there are tools to dramatically improve the usefulness of the Touch Bar.
macOS Mojave has a system-wide dark mode, but this isn’t the only way you can protect your eyes. Here are 5 ways you can make your Mac night-friendly.
For someone who loves both macOS and Android, they might not play well with each other. Read this article for ways to transfer files from Android to Mac.
Spotlight is a productivity tool for Mac that allows you to use your Mac more efficiently. Here’s how you can master Spotlight to make macOS easier to use.
System folders in macOS are folders not intended to be accessed by the user. Here we’ll help you find the functionality of each system folder in macOS.
There are many ways to improve your macOS battery life. Here are the tips that actually maximize your Mac battery: some by a little, some by a lot.
The first step to run Linux on your Mac is to create a live USB drive. This is how to create a Linux Live USB drive in macOS.
There are times whem you might need to share your internet connection with others. Here is how you can create a Wi-Fi hotspot in macOS.
Most system caches do not require regular clearing, but the Quick Look cache on macOS can leak previews of files from encrypted disks and need regular purging.
Mac comes with a built-in software firewall, but it’s frequently ignored by users. Learn how to access your Mac’s Firewall and configure it properly.
Flushing the DNS cache on a Mac is as easy as running a command through the Terminal window.
One of the best ways to reduce the cost of buying a Mac is to buy refurbished, but that can present its own problems and challenges.
Searching on your Mac can be a lot easier and faster with these useful search techniques.
Editing video is something that almost everyone has to do from time to time. Tuneskit Video Cutter allows you to easily cut video without quality loss.
If you have an older Mac that doesn’t support Mojave, you won’t get the Continuity feature unless you follow the tutorial here.
It is possible to simulate Dynamic Desktop on your existing Mac, by using a few tricks.
Macs are fairly secure by default, but that doesn’t make them impenetrable.
Learn how Apple is tackling online tracking and giving privacy control back to the users.
There aren’t that many system tools for analyzing network activity on macOS. Here are some options you can use to manage apps using your network connection on Mac.
It was hard not to notice that at the keynote for Apple’s 2018 WWDC, there was no new hardware released. It was all about the software and the apps.
The full-screen mode on Mac allows you to make full use of the maximum working space. Here’s how to make Mac apps always open in full-screen mode.
Time Machine for macOS doesn’t always work perfectly. Here are some fixes for common problems with macOS Time Machine.
Without email encryption, your emails can be spied on by any interested observer. This shows how you can encrypt your emails on macOS and send encrypted emails with any email client.
Apple is phasing out support for 32-bit apps on macOS. You probably have at least some 32-bit apps on your computer. This article will show how to check for 32-bit apps on your Mac.
The default Mac applications that come with your new Mac work well enough, but they lack certain features you might be seeking. You can change your Mac’s default applications with the instructions here.
Data loss is a constant threat to our technology-heavy lives. For Mac users, you can start backing up your data with these five free backup applications for Mac.
It is easy to dual boot Ubuntu on Mac. There might be some problems with the bootloader, but it can be overcome easily. Here are the steps to install and dual boot Ubuntu on Mac.
Just about everyone uses an administrator account for their primary computer account. If a malicious program or attackers are able to get control of your user account, they can do a lot more damage with an admin account than with a standard account.
If you’re a developer, you need to understand why your app is crashing. Here’s how to read macOS crash reports and sort through the cryptic language.
The Mac App Store is truly bad. If it was just third-party software, the Mac App Store would be laughable. Why is the Mac App Store so bad, and what’s keeping Apple from making the Mac App Store better?
Building a Hackintosh is easier now than ever. Even with new Macs just around the corner, there are still great reasons to build a Hackintosh in 2018.
With macOS, have you ever wondered why you have to mount the dmg file and drag and drop the content to the Applications directory to install a new application? Let’s find out why.
Downloading torrents might not be as popular as it once was, but you’ll still find a ton of content available online. If you are a Mac user, these are the top BitTorrent clients for macOS in 2018.
If your iPhone and Mac are on the same WiFi network, it is possible to turn your Mac into a phone to make and receive calls from your Mac via your iPhone.
By default, a sudo command requires you to enter a password before it can run. If you are using a Mac with Touch ID, you can now configure it to authenticate sudo commands.
Gaming on Mac has never been a huge selling point, but macOS has more power as a gaming platform than its reputation would suggest. Here are some ways you can game on a Mac.
If you are in need of freeing up system resources, here’s a quick tip in Mac to pause background processes and resume after you’ve finished your work.
Even if it’s not prevalent, your Mac can still be infected by malware. If you suspect your Mac has malware, here’s how to detect and remove malware from Mac.
It is always a good idea to encrypt your Internet traffic via a VPN. VPN Client for macOS makes it very easy for you to connect to a VPN. Check it out!
The longer you use your Mac, the longer the context menu is. Here are some methods you can use to manage and edit the context menu in macOS.
Mac’s Applescript might look complicated, but it’s a powerful tool for users to automate their system. Here’re some clever Applescripts to increase your productivity.
The latest macOS added a new location tracking feature. For those who are paranoid, here’s how you can disable location tracking in macOS High Sierra.