The latest update to OneNote for Mac finally adds a long-awaited feature: the ability to work with multiple independent windows. Here’s how it works.
If you want to extract text from a PDF on your Mac, then one easy-as-pie way to go about it is to use TextEdit as a go-between. Because you can paste plain text into that program, it makes such tasks a snap! Melissa Holt’s going to go over the whole process for us.
Installing macOS High Sierra from the Mac App Store is easy, but sometimes you need a dedicated offline installer. Here’s how to create your own bootable macOS High Sierra USB installer in just a few quick steps.
Apple killed Target Display Mode with the first 5K iMacs because Thunderbolt 2 just couldn’t push enough pixels to fill the high resolution display. Now that new iMacs with Thunderbolt 3 are here, many hoped Apple would reintroduce this niche feature but an update to Apple’s Support Site reveals that this isn’t the case.
It’s a headache and a half to print out documents, sign them, and then scan them back in. Luckily, Mail on the Mac has a way that you can save your own signature and then insert it into any PDF attachment to make quick work of approvals and contracts. Melissa Holt will tell us how!
Whenever you add a new event into the Calendar app on your Mac, does it automatically add an alert to remind you before the event happens? If not (and you’d like it to, or you’d like to change the timing!), we’ve got your bases covered in this article.
Planning to buy a new 2017 iMac? Apple finally updated the iMac with new components, which require a new generation of system memory. Here’s what you need to know about iMac RAM upgrades so that you can plan your post-purcahse upgrade accordingly.
Select an item in the Finder and press Command-I, and you’ll see all sorts of information about that file or folder—size, for example, modification date, and so on. But there’s a little-known feature that’s similar and very handy called “Get Summary Info” that lets you view the combined info and file size for multiple items at once. Here’s how it works.
Excited about macOS High Sierra but can’t wait until the fall to get your hands on the final release? Well, those unable or unwilling to run the public beta can at least get a taste of High Sierra by downloading its new default wallpaper image.