Are your desktop files seemingly missing after upgrading to macOS Mojave? Don’t worry, they’re probably just hiding behind Apple’s new desktop stacks feature. Here’s how to use and manage Mojave stacks to keep your desktop in order.
Your current Mac may not support the new Dynamic Desktops feature in macOS Mojave, but you can still enjoy the gorgeous new default wallpaper images. Here’s how to get the 5K day and night versions of the macOS Mojave wallpaper.
Aero Peek is a handy feature in Windows that lets users quickly “peek” behind their open application windows and get a quick glance at their desktops without needing to move or close anything. But for some users who don’t use the feature, Peek can become annoying when it is accidentally triggered. Here’s how to disable Peek in Windows 10.
If you get tired of your Mac’s Desktop wallpaper, then switch it up every day! (Without you having to go in and change it yourself, that is.) In this article, we’re going to talk about how to configure the Mac’s wallpaper to change on a schedule or when certain events—like logging in or waking from sleep—occur.
Bored with the default wallpaper images in macOS and looking for something fresh? It turns out that there are many high quality images hiding on your Mac that are perfect for desktop wallpaper. Here’s how to find them!
The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update introduces a new feature called My People, which lets users pin their favorite contacts to the desktop taskbar for easy access. It’s a neat idea, but isn’t for everyone. If you have no plans to use the My People feature, here’s how to turn it off.
If you join the Windows Insider Program, you get the opportunity to test the very latest Windows 10 features. Unfortunately, you also get an unsightly watermark on your desktop. The purpose of the Windows 10 watermark is easy to understand: Microsoft wants users of the PC to clearly understand that they’re running a pre-release test version of the operating system, and developers and testers can also use the watermark to quickly identify the specific version of Windows 10 they’re currently…
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.
Windows places an arrow in the lower-left corner of a desktop icon to identify it as a shortcut. While this identification is helpful, the shortcut arrows obscure your applications icons and don’t look very good. Here’s how to turn off these shortcut arrows to make your desktop icons look their best.
Recent versions of OS X are much better at handling Mac setups with multiple displays, but many users don’t know that they can further customize their monitor configuration by moving the dock or changing which monitor is set to be the primary display. Here’s how these concepts work in OS X El Capitan.