The Mac default apps that come with your new Mac are great for everyday functionality. They fulfill their core purpose elegantly and simply. But when it comes to preferences to adjust and knobs to twist, Mac default apps have never been the best choice.
When you download a new program for your Mac, it often comes with a “.dmg” file. The “dmg” extension stands for disk image. When you double-click on the DMG, it attaches, revealing its contents in Finder. From there, users drag and drop the image’s contents into the Applications directory to install new apps on their […]
A screen recorder for Mac may not be at the top of your list, but chances are you’ll find yourself using this type of software regularly once you try one. Being able to record video footage directly from your screen opens up several possibilities which you may not have thought of before.
iStat Menus is a powerful, customizable system monitoring app for macOS. It lives in your menu bar at the top of your screen, giving real-time system stats. It can report on everything from CPU utilization and Internet speeds to SSD speeds and memory pressure. It’s tightly integrated with macOS both aesthetically and technically, allowing power […]
An iPhone or Mac is only as good as the software installed on it. If you unwrapped some shiny new tech this year, get ready to load it up with some must-have apps. Here are the best apps for your new Mac or iPhone. Best Apps for Your New iPhone Microsoft Outlook There are a […]
College is a heady time. New places, new friends and new beginnings come with new challenges. Despite (or perhaps because of) excessive warnings about how “different” college will be from educators and parents, new college students are often overwhelmed by the new expectations. If you don’t want to succumb to stress, you’ll need some apps […]
As much as you might dislike it, email is a persistent feature of our lives. Unfortunately, macOS’s Mail app frequently makes the problem worse, leaving us to fend for ourselves with third-party solutions. Here’s four great macOS email clients that should help make managing your email slightly less awful. Airmail – $10 If you’ve read more than […]
There are 28 million small business in the United States, accounting for 54% of sales in the country; and the trend is that the number of small businesses is growing, especially with startups cropping up left and right – not to mention freelancers who have registered their operations as small businesses. If you’re a small […]
The Pomodoro Technique has been a household name for a long time now, what with people wanting to make the most of their time. The method was developed by Francesco Cirillo back in the late 1980s, and since then, we’ve seen a host of products capitalizing on the technique. There is no doubt that the […]
We all know that thing called security, which requires us to choose strong passwords, different passwords for each account, as well as remember all of them. While that would have been a relatively easy thing 10 years or so ago, with the number of online accounts the average person has today, remember all those passwords […]