Safari is a popular and capable web browser, but it is strangely lacking one important feature: the ability to sort bookmarks. Thankfully, a third party utility provides a nice solution. Here’s how to automatically sort bookmarks in Safari with SafariSort.
The latest version of Chrome finally adds support for Picture in Picture video in macOS, letting you keep watching your favorite web videos while working on different websites or apps. Here’s how it works.
If you use text replacement—like being able to type in “omw” and having it replaced by “on my way”—then you may be upset by the fact that Outlook no longer uses the system-level ones on the Mac. In this tip, we’ll discuss how to configure those shortcuts in Outlook instead!
AirDrop, Apple’s ad-hoc networking technology, makes it easy to quickly share photos, files, contacts, and more between iOS and macOS devices. But one lesser known AirDrop feature is the ability to send websites, too. Here’s how it works.
Some apps look great in Mojave’s new dark mode, but not all of them. Instead of the current “all or nothing” approach to dark mode in macOS, here’s a Terminal command that can let you exclude individual apps from dark mode, letting you use the feature only with the apps you want.
Using the Apple Books app in macOS (formerly known as iBooks), you can download your Books to your Mac for offline access. But where are Apple Books downloads stored? The answer depends on the type of book you’re looking for. Here are the details.
Compared to the old Stickies app in macOS, the Notes app offers the benefits of greater functionality and iCloud syncing. But some users miss the old ability to keep Stickies always on top of other windows. Well, good news, the Notes app also supports “floating” an individual note on top. Here’s how it works.
macOS has the ability to add a custom message to a Mac’s lock screen. This can be especially useful for those in multi-user environments or for those with portable Macs as it offers an extra opportunity for a good Samaritan to find your contact information in the event that your Mac is lost. Here’s how it works.
Have a lot of apps installed on your Mac? Instead of the default sorting by name, you can instead arrange your apps by category, making it easier to find the apps or groups of apps you’re looking for. Here’s how it works.
Apple doesn’t make it easy to download macOS High Sierra once you’re running Mojave, but there are many reasons that a user may need to do so. Thankfully, it’s still possible to grab the High Sierra installer while running Mojave. Here’s how it works.