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.
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.
Do you work with lots of applications and windows on your Mac? If so, things can sometimes get a bit cluttered. Here are some tips for configuring System Preferences to make application and window management a bit easier.
Your Mac has a built-in way to tell you whether your Mac’s warranty or AppleCare coverage is still active, and it’s crucial to find this in case you’ve got a hardware issue. Free repairs are always awesome, right? So let’s learn how to get that info!
For this article, we’re gonna talk about how easy it is to go about setting up contact groups on the Mac, which you can then use to email whole bunches of people without having to type in each address every time! What a time-saver.
On the iPhone and iPad, using emojis is simple and pretty obvious—there’s an entire keyboard set built around them, and an easy tap takes you there. But how do you insert them on the Mac? Let’s talk about a few different methods!
The Mac’s built-in QuickTime application will let you create audio and video recordings, but it’s a whiz at making videos of your screen, too, which is very handy for sending tutorials to other folks. We’ll show you how in this article!
The newest version of the Mac’s operating system has a cool feature that lets you sync certain folders between your devices. In this article, we’ll tell you how to turn on Desktop and Documents syncing in macOS Sierra.
Dropbox’s little-known File Requests feature is a simple way to ask for files from someone you know, which can function both as a reminder and as an easy file-sharing option. And your sender doesn’t even need his own Dropbox account, so it’s especially nifty! Here’s how it works.
Your browsing history should be yours alone. Here’s a look at private browsing in Safari for macOS, including how to use it, why to use it, and an explanation of exactly what it does and doesn’t do to protect the privacy of your online browsing.