Logitech’s new Z606 is an affordable 5.1 surround sound system. But while the price is certainly right, it’s lacking some key features that many users will miss. Check out our review to see if the Z606 will work for you.
If you’ve got a video you’d like to share, but there’s a part at the end or the beginning that you’d like to trim off, macOS Mojave makes it easier than ever to do so. You don’t even have to open the file to make the adjustments! Melissa Holt has the details in this article.
The cool, blue light from your computer screen could be straining your eyes and disrupting your normal sleep patterns. Prevent these maladies with f.lux, a free app that automatically adjusts your screen’s color temperature, making it warmer at night, and cooler during the day.
Many Mac users may never need to adjust their Mac’s audio device input and output settings. But for the power users, podcasters, and editors who manage dozens of audio devices each day, the constant trips to OS X’s Audio MIDI Setup utility can be a pain. Thankfully, there’s AudioMate, a neat little app that puts all of your Mac’s audio device controls in a handy Menu Bar utility.
Quick Look in OS X is a great feature that lets users quickly preview files without having to open the corresponding application. Everyone knows you can activate Quick Look by pressing the spacebar, but a helpful tip reveals the little known role that your Mac’s trackpad can play as well.