Apple lets users manage subscriptions for both its own services as well as third party apps via your Apple ID. It’s a convenient and secure method, but it means that you might forget which apps and services you’re subscribed to. Here’s how to view and manage these subscriptions so that you don’t continue to pay for something you’re not using!
If your Mac is having trouble staying connected to a Wi-Fi network or with getting good speeds, then you could try turning Wi-Fi off and back on. Or disconnecting from the network. Or having your Mac forget the network entirely before you configure the connection again. In today’s article, we’ll go over a bunch of ways to disentangle yourself from any network you’ve joined, whether you’re doing it for troubleshooting purposes or just because you don’t want to use a particular Wi-Fi hotspot anymore!
The Photos app in macOS has a cool feature called Auto Enhance, which can automatically adjust white balance, brightness, and color saturation with a single click. Here’s how to apply Auto Enhance to multiple images at once.
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!
For quite some time now, we’ve been able to swipe across a message within Apple’s Mail app to perform simple tasks, like marking one as read or sending it to the trash. But there’s a way to configure the right-to-left behavior that also affects the way that notifications work, which is a little odd. We’re here to tell you all about it in this tip!
If you use a Gmail account with the macOS Apple Mail app, you may notice an issue with duplicate draft messages appearing in your search results. Here’s a quick tip on how to configure Apple Mail to prevent these duplicate drafts from showing up.
The Mac’s built-in search functionality—which Apple has dubbed “Spotlight”—can sometimes stop working, to the point where you’ll type in the names of existing files and folders but no results will be found. If this is the case for you, this article’s gonna tell you how to fix it!
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.
Apple has provided a built-in way to repair your Photos library if you’re seeing evidence that something may be wrong with it—if you have images that appear to be missing, for example. In this article, we’ll tell you how to go about it (and we’ll warn you about how terribly long it can take to complete!).