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!
Sharing a single contact card with someone is easy, but what about sharing a hundred contacts? If you use the Apple Contacts app to manage your contacts on the Mac, then sharing any number of contacts is a snap! Here’s how it works.
There are about a million ways to take Mac screenshots. But one handy method is using Grab, a little-known program that’ll let you take timed screenshots that even include a customized cursor. Come on in and find out how!
This article is all about Apple’s familiar voice-control feature—which has now come to the Mac!—and how you can use Siri to add widgets to Notification Center in Sierra. Wanna keep up to date on a bit of info you asked Siri for? We’ll tell you how.
Siri is finally coming to the Mac with the launch of macOS Sierra this fall. For the first time, Apple’s personal digital assistant will be able to answer your queries and improve your experience both on your iPhone or iPad while on the go, and now on your Mac at home. For those new to Siri, or those who didn’t find much use for Siri on the iPhone, here are 15 cool ways you’ll be able to use Siri in macOS Sierra.
By default, the Mac App Store will check for updates once a week. But in the fast-paced world of software, a week may be too long to wait for the latest features or bug fixes. Here’s how to change the Mac App Store’s update frequency using a handy Terminal command, allowing your Mac to check for updates as frequently as once a day.
In this article, we’ll go over how to use Smart Groups in Contacts on the Mac, which you can employ to automatically sort and organize the people you know!
Many Mac users know about the system’s powerful screenshot tools, but here’s a lesser known shortcut to copy Mac screenshots directly to the clipboard, saving you time and keeping your desktop free of screenshot clutter!
Safari has been the default Web browser on the Mac for more than a decade, and while it’s a great browser that plays well across Apple’s device ecosystem, many Mac owners prefer to use third party browsers like Chrome or Firefox. If you’re one of these Safari-eschewing users, be sure to change your Mac’s default Web browser setting for the best experience. Here’s how to do it.