Dropbox, the ubiquitous and handy tool for sharing your files and storing them online, has a way you can move its folder location to another place on your Mac or even to an external drive—as long as you’re aware of the potential consequences. We’re going to tell you all about it in this article!
Whether you’re familiar with the Mac’s “Paste and Match Style” command or not, then this tip will be useful to you; Microsoft Word has a couple of unique additions to this handy feature. And heck, if you’re not aware of “Paste and Match Style” at all, then boy…have we got a trick for you!
Adobe’s Creative Cloud is definitely a useful suite of professional-level graphics programs, but it’s also a highly manageable and flexible tool for keeping different versions of apps that you may need to complete projects. Today’s article is about the feature that’ll let you retain old versions of Photoshop, for example, when you install an update!
If you’ve still got Adobe Flash Player installed on your Mac, you should consider uninstalling it. The plug-in is well known to be problematic in a variety of ways, both security-wise and in terms of stability. We’ve got the breakdown on just how you can rid your Mac of this troublesome program!
If you’ve got a video you’d like to share, but there’s a part at the end or the beginning that you’d like to trim off, macOS Mojave makes it easier than ever to do so. You don’t even have to open the file to make the adjustments! Melissa Holt has the details in this article.
Your Mac makes all kinds of decisions on how it should function based on settings, of course, but you may not know that the way your screen (and your backlit keyboard) brightens and dims is based on the so-called auto-brightness feature. Which, luckily, is controllable by us measly humans! Today’s article is all about how you can do just that.
Siri is great, even if it lags a bit behind some of the other voice assistants. (We’re looking at you, Google.) But on the Touch Bar of the MacBook Pro, its button can take up valuable real estate that you could use for other, more important icons. We’ll tell you all about it in this article!
macOS and many applications heavily utilize the GPUs in your Mac. Wouldn’t it be great to see exactly how much each GPU is being used? Instead of turning to third party apps, check out this tip on using Activity Monitor to see GPU usage.
Apple’s new version of macOS has a ton of new features and improvements, but one of our favorites is the fact that you can combine PDFs right from the Finder instead of having to jump through hoops in Preview or Acrobat. The details are inside today’s article!
Macs are notoriously limited when it comes to hardware upgrades, but you can still significantly improve the graphics capabilities of your recent Mac by adding a Thunderbolt 3 external GPU. Here’s a look at one high-end eGPU option and some benchmarks to see how it compares to built-in GPUs in the MacBook Pro.