Preview’s “Invert Selection” tool is a handy but little-known feature that’ll let you remove parts of an image pretty easily. In this tip, we’ll cover how to use this to crop pieces out of your pictures!
If you’ve ever wanted to add some background text to a Word file on your Mac to indicate that it was a draft (or to show its importance), we’ve got the scoop in today’s article. We’ll also cover how to insert images as watermarks, too!
This tip is about using Smart Albums in Photos for Mac. What are they? How can you layer their rules to find just the images you need? We’ll go over it all and give some examples on how you can get the most out of them!
Have you ever wondered if there is a way to hide pictures that should be kept private in Photos on the Mac? Well, wonder no more, because there is, and we’re going to go over it. Luckily, it’s very simple, too!
Today’s tip is about using the Mac’s built-in Image Capture program to remove pictures from your iPhone or iPad, quick as a wink. This is much faster than doing it on the devices themselves!
The Photos for Mac app can track location data for each photo, allowing the user to browse and organize their images based on where they were taken. Some cameras, such as the iPhone’s built-in camera app, automatically use GPS data to tag a photo’s location, but here’s how to manually add or edit locations for photos that lack such info.
Windows 10 includes a new feature called Windows Spotlight, which automatically downloads and rotates a series of gorgeous images from Bing as your lock screen background. Here’s how to find these images hidden on your PC, and how to convert and save them for personal use.
Want to give your Mac a bit of a custom look? Start by replacing the OS X login screen wallpaper. We’ll show you how, plus discuss a few caveats that you’ll want to keep in mind.
Windows has a handy “Open With” option that lets users open an image file with an application other than the one set as the default for that file type, but this feature doesn’t work when multiple files are selected. One workaround is to use the “Edit” option, but this opens your images MS Paint. Thankfully, you can change which program is associated with the “Edit” option by modifying the Windows Registry. Here’s how to do it.