How Photos for OS X Will Make You Forget iPhoto Forever

How Photos for OS X Will Make You Forget iPhoto Forever
For more than 13 years iPhoto has been a part of the productivity software that comes installed on every Macintosh computer that Apple ships. It’s ability to important, organize, and edit images made it popular with many Mac owners, who often valued simplicity and ease of use over a deeper feature set. But in recent Read more…

How to Browse iCloud Drive Files in Time Machine

How to Browse iCloud Drive Files in Time Machine
Earlier this week Apple released the latest update for OS X Yosemite, bring Mac users up to version 10.10.2 of the operating system. This long-awaited update to the OS delivered a number of important bug fixes and security patches, many of which users felt were long overdue. For instance, the software patch not only addresses lingering issues Read more…

How to Disable iPhone Cellular Calls on iPad and Mac

iPhone cellular calls
  One of the new features that Apple heavily touted with the release of iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite was the ability to route iPhone cellular calls to your iPad and Mac, giving you the ability to answer phone calls from those devices. At the time, this seemed like a very handy feature to have, Read more…

How to Customize Notification Center in OS X Yosemite

customize notification center
For many Mac users, the Notification Center in OS X Yosemite has become one of the most useful tools that the new operating system has to offer. Not only does it put a wealth of information at our fingertips, it also provides alerts on breaking news, updates from social media, and much more. The inclusion Read more…

5 Great Features of OS X Yosemite That No One is Using

5 Great Features of OS X Yosemite That No One is Using
When Apple released OS X Yosemite – the latest version of the Mac operating system – back in October, it brought a host of new features, enhanced applications, and security updates along with it. Amongst the more highly publicized features of Yosemite were a refreshed user interface, an improved use of notifications, the ability to make phone calls directly Read more…

How to Use AirDrop to Share Files Between iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite

How to use AirDrop
AirDrop has been a feature of the Mac operating system since the release of OS X Lion back in 2011. It is a service that enables quick and easy file sharing between computers on the same network without the need of email or a file server. As OS X has continued to evolve, AirDrop has gotten Read more…

How to Fix the Most Common Printing Issues in OS X

How to Fix the Most Common Printing Issues in OS X
One of the best features of OS X has always been its ability to make installing and using printers incredibly easy. Apple’s operating system has built-in support for hundreds of printers from dozens of manufacturers, which means most of the time they work simply by plugging them into our Mac. As powerful and robust as these printing subsystems Read more…

How to Make Phone Calls From Your Mac with OS X Yosemite

How to Make Phone Calls From Your Mac with OS X Yosemite
Thanks to the new Continuity features found in iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite, our iPhones, iPads, and Mac laptops and desktops can now interact like never before. For example, the Handoff functionality lets you start work on one device, then seamlessly transfer to another to wrap up whatever it is you’re working on. Similarly, SMS Read more…

Apple’s Yosemite Spotlight Snoops on Your Location

yosemite spotlight snoop
Here we go again with privacy issues, and advocates are already up in arms about the recently discovered problem that Yosemite’s Spotlight snoops on your location. That basically means that whatever search you do using Spotlight, your location data goes to Apple servers, which we know can be compromised. Source Worse, the very same data Read more…

What to Expect from Apple’s Thursday Event

What to Expect from Apple's Thursday Event
By now, I’m sure everyone knows that Apple is holding yet another event this Thursday, October 16. Invites were sent out to the media last week with a cryptic tagline of “It’s been way too long” emblazoned across the top. Considering it has only been a little over a month since the iPhone 6 was Read more…