It’s a little thing, but nice wallpaper makes your iPhone better. For a good look, you’ll need wallpaper apps for the iPhone X without getting scammed.
Awk is a pro terminal command for data processing built right into your Mac, but that’s not all it is. It also has the power and capabilities of a general-purpose programming language.
Your Mac has a few built-in ways to hide files on macOS from Finder windows. This will make the file invisible until you choose to reveal it or turn the invisibility off. Keep in mind that this doesn’t remove the file from your system or encrypt it. What does it mean when you hide files […]
Macs are awesome, but macOS search isn’t always great. While the built-in search tools for Finder are powerful, they’re not immediately discoverable. Users can work on Macs for years without realizing how capable Finder’s search is beyond simple keyword search. Here’s how you can unlock the power of Finder and search for files on macOS […]
If your job involves a computer (and it probably does), you spend a lot of time typing. And if your job involves programming or medical charting, forget it. You can probably hear the clacking of keys in your sleep. Phone numbers, canned responses, witty ripostes – a lot of the stuff you typed today is […]
Time Machine is a great, convenient backup tool, but it doesn’t always work perfectly. Fortunately, the most common problems have relatively straight-forward solutions. Here are some fixes for common problems with macOS Time Machine. Time Machine won’t back up After updating to Sierra or High Sierra, some users find that Time Machine simply won’t back […]
There are a few different ways to record a screenshot on your Mac. They all capture either part or all of your screen, for times when you want to share a Google Map to your house, part of a great website, or to show tech support the troubles you’re having with your Mac. The following […]
Do you worry about hackers, viruses, and malware? You can quickly improve your Mac security with these basic steps. Most tips only require the built-in Mac security tools found in macOS. 1. Turn on FileVault FileVault is a whole-disk encryption system. It wraps all the contents of your disk in an layer of encryption. This […]
If you have ever tried to run Firefox Quantum and Firefox Nightly simultaneously on macOS, you’ve definitely noticed that, by default, it’s impossible. Firefox complains that only one instance of the program can be open at the same time, and then the application quits out of the second Firefox instance you tried to launch. The […]
The full-screen mode on many native Mac applications is great. It takes full advantage of most Mac Retina displays, and it gives you the maximum working space. It also diminishes distractions by hiding the Dock and the status bar. If this is a look you like, you can follow the steps below to make sure […]