I am going to assume you are reading this article because you already know what an APFS file system is. That is why I am not going to explain what it is or how it works so I can concentrate on the main purpose of this blog post. I will point out that APFS is […]
The move to iOS 7 brought with it some pretty wild changes in how our iPhone, iPads, and iPod Touches looked. So wild in fact that it was the single largest update to iOS since the inclusion of the App Store. While most have accepted these changes in appearance as-is, many people have issue with […]
OS X Mavericks is a lean, mean, Mac-running machine, and while it’s been optimized to work as well as possible with a variety of Macs, sometimes things get slow and need a little TLC to get back to full performance. Whether you recently updated to Mavericks, bought a new Mac with Mavericks pre-installed, or did […]
Apple made some huge changes to Mail with the release of OS X Lion. Some of its lesser-known features can make your life a lot easier, but you may not know they’re there. Here’s one of my favorites.
Psst. Here’s a little-known secret that very few people know — even though Apple has done nothing to keep it a secret. One $29.99 purchase of Lion gets you an unlimited license to download it on as many Macs as you like. And it’s super simple to do, too.
In Snow Leopard, little dots of light appeared in the Dock beneath apps that were open. But Lion‘s default state is to eliminate these open-app indicators, in yet another way that Lion makes your Mac work like an iPad. Here’s how to get the dots back, so you always know what’s open.
Ever find your computer going to sleep on you when you don’t want it to? Or starting up your screen saver while you’re trying to work? Good news: MacBooks and iMacs make it easy to create screen saver and display sleep settings that perfectly suit your needs.