The latest version of Chrome finally adds support for Picture in Picture video in macOS, letting you keep watching your favorite web videos while working on different websites or apps. Here’s how it works.
Apple doesn’t make it easy to download macOS High Sierra once you’re running Mojave, but there are many reasons that a user may need to do so. Thankfully, it’s still possible to grab the High Sierra installer while running Mojave. Here’s how it works.
Have you recently seen a warning from Apple that a particular app or game is “not optimized for your Mac?” If so, this means that at least one of the apps installed on your Mac is 32-bit only, and Apple is in the process of requiring apps to move to 64-bit. Here’s how to check if you have 32-bit apps installed on your Mac, and what to do if you find some.
If you have a Mac that is compatible with macOS High Sierra, but you haven’t yet upgraded, you’re treated to a huge banner advertising Apple’s latest desktop operating system every time you check for software updates in the Mac App Store. If your choice to decline the upgrade is intentional, here’s how you can hide that High Sierra upgrade banner with a few quick clicks.
Safari 11 in macOS High Sierra lets you configure page zoom, ad blockers, location info, reader mode, and other settings on a site-by-site basis. Here’s how it all works.
Installing macOS High Sierra from the Mac App Store is easy, but sometimes you need a dedicated offline installer. Here’s how to create your own bootable macOS High Sierra USB installer in just a few quick steps.
Excited about macOS High Sierra but can’t wait until the fall to get your hands on the final release? Well, those unable or unwilling to run the public beta can at least get a taste of High Sierra by downloading its new default wallpaper image.