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.
Launchd is just like Linux’s cron for Mac. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to use launchd to run scripts on schedule in macOS.
There are many disk optimization programs for Mac, but MacFly Pro does it better than most. Here’s how to reclaim space on your Mac with MacFly Pro.
To access some specialized Mac features, you’ll need to hold down one or more keys during startup. Here are some key combos to access the macOS boot option.
Linux software is generally not readily available for Mac. With MacPorts you can now install Linux software on Mac from the command line.
If you are looking to get rid of your old Apple devices, here are some of the best places to recycle your old Macs and Apple devices – and hopefully for some cash.
While the chances of getting infected on a Mac are much smaller than on Windows, it is still possible. So do Macs need antivirus software? Let’s find out.
Sending large files online is never easy. If you have an iCloud account, you can use Apple Mail Drop to send large files, up to 5GB. Here’s how it works.
The Pomodoro Technique is a useful way to stay focused. Mac users can make use of these Pomodoro timers for Mac to improve productivity.
macOS’s default screenshot function is good, but limited in features. If you need to take a lot of screenshots, here are some of the best screenshot apps for Mac you should check out.
While iMovie on iOS is great, it just can’t do stuff that needs to be done on a desktop. Learn how you can easily export an iOS iMovie project to your macOS desktop.
There are occasions where your Macbook won’t charge. Before you start yanking your hair out in frustration, try these potential fixes to take care of it.
Are you looking to test macOS High Sierra public beta without it replacing your existing OS? Follow this guide to install High Sierra public beta on a separate partition.
Time machine for Mac is set to back up hourly. Learn how you can modify the Time machine backup schedule so it can run less frequently.
Sometimes you just need a simple, tiny app that does one thing right and doesn’t hog the system resources. Here are some of the best micro apps for Mac.
If you are not willing to pay the expensive subscription fee of Day One, here are some of the best Day One alternatives for Mac you can use for free or a small fee.
Portable apps are extremely useful, particularly if you don’t want to clutter your desktop. Here are five of the best portable apps for Mac you should use.
iMovie has quite a few advanced capabilities for the user to create better videos. Here are some advanced iMovie tips and tricks you should know.
Activity Monitor is like Task Manager in Windows. Learn how you can use Activity Monitor to troubleshoot your Mac and reveal important information about your system resources.
If you’ve just recovered from a system crash, it is best to check the Console for error messages. Learn how to make use of the Console to troubleshoot your Mac.
If you are using an old Mac and want to customize your Mac desktop, you can use Übersicht to add useful widgets to your desktop.
Apple has soldered in many parts to their newer Macs to prevent users from upgrading. One way to save costs is to buy and upgrade an older Mac instead of getting a new one.
Changing to a new hard disk and restoring your data to it can be a troublesome chore. Here is some of the best software for making a bootable backup for Mac.
When your Mac starts to run slow, it is probably time for a major cleanup. Mac Cleaner 2 comes with different modes for you to clean your Mac thoroughly. Check it out!
The Apple TV ships with plenty of beautiful screen savers of the wonders of the world. Learn how you can get Apple TV screen savers on your Mac or Windows PC.
“Universal Clipboard” allows you to copy text on one device and paste it on another. Here is how to set up Universal Clipboard on Mac and iOS.
When you encrypt your backup files, make sure that no one can access your data if they got ahold of it. Learn how to encrypt iOS and Mac backups in this article.
There is a chance that you have never used the Caps Lock key. Here’s how you can remap the Caps Lock key to Esc in macOS, which is useful for the Touch Bar model that doesn’t have a physical Esc key.
Mission Control is a useful feature in Mac that allows you to organize your Desktop and applications. Here’s how to set up Mission Control in Mac and improve your productivity.
If you administer a number of Macs, it is easier to run common tasks through the command line. Here’s how you can update apps using Terminal on Mac.
If your PC comes with a webcam, here are some ways you can find out if malicious applications are accessing your webcam on Windows and Mac.
The Image Capture app is one of the best kept secrets of macOS. Here are some of the best features of the Image Capture app that you are not aware of.
If you need to record your Mac’s webcam video and audio to disk, you can use either QuickTime Player or VLC. Here’s how to do it.
macOS comes with a bewildering array of commands that you can use in the Terminal. If you are looking for a command, here’s how you can quickly find out all the terminal commands on Mac.
When the Disk Utility fails to fix your hard disk, you’ll have to turn to one of the big guns. Here’s how you can use fsck to fix a Mac hard disk.
The Macbook Pro Touch Bar is not just a complementary feature – you can play games on it too. Have a look at this list for some of the fun things to do with the Touch Bar.
Is the new Macbook Touch Bar necessary? No, but it is really useful. Here are some of the Touchbar’s most useful features.
It can be a nuisance when iTunes launches automatically whenever a media-related action is performed. Here is how to prevent iTunes from launching on Mac.
macOS doesn’t play well with 4K and 5K displays. This article covers how to set up 4K and 5K displays with your Mac and how to adjust and recalibrate colors.
If you use an external keyboard for your Mac, you know that the Home and End buttons aren’t working. Here’s a quick tip to fix the Home and End buttons on Mac.
If you need more options to fully customize your Mac to the max, you can use Onyx to adjust hidden preferences for macOS.
There are plenty of Youtube apps for Mac in the AppStore, but only some are great. Here are 4 of the best YouTube clients for Mac.
The Picture-in-Picture mode in macOS Sierra only works in Safari. Here’s how to enable Picture-in-Picture mode for Netflix on macOS Sierra.
You don’t always need Photoshop to do simple photo editing. Here are some of the best photo editors for Mac for your everyday photo editing.
Macs are notorious for connection issues with printers. If you are having an issue connecting to your printer in macOS, here are some ways to fix it.
By default, macOS only includes a standard set of commands for its Terminal. To add new commands to Mac’s terminal, here’s how to do so.
Disk utility is an app for macOS for all disk-related operations. This article will walk you through the technical terms in Disk Utility and help you to master it.
Unknown to many, macOS does have a dedicated server application to turn itself into a server. Here’s how you can configure a macOS Sierra server.
Quick Look is one of the most convenient features of macOS as it allows you to quickly preview files. Here is how to extend its functionality and make it more powerful with plugins.