In Mail on your Mac, you may have noticed that the sidebar seems kind of messy if your different accounts haven’t been assigned very descriptive names. In this tip, we’re going to tell you how to edit those titles, which means your emailing life may seem just a bit more organized!
We already use and love Night Shift on our iPhones and iPads, and now Apple’s brought this fine feature to the Mac! Since studies show blue light can cause sleep issues, scheduling your display’s color temperature to warm up at night may just help you rest easier, and we’ll give you the lowdown.
There are all sorts of adjustments you can make to the Dock—you could change its size, change how big it gets when you hover your cursor over it, adjust its position on the screen, and so on. But one of the most useful settings actually has an associated keyboard shortcut, and we’re going to tell you all about it!
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.
Many things can influence how long it takes your Mac to start up, but one of the most common causes of slowness there is having a bunch of programs set to launch automatically when you log in. We’ll tell you how to stop them from doing so in this article!
macOS has a built-in text replacement feature which is just darned handy. This is especially useful if you find yourself typing the same information repeatedly! It’s truly simple to set up and use, too, so come on in and read about how to use text replacement on the Mac.
Gatekeeper is an important security feature in macOS, but Apple made some changes to how it works in macOS Sierra. Here’s how to restore all of Gatekeeper’s options and, if you want to, disable it.
The ‘Reduce Motion’ option makes its way from iOS to the Mac with macOS Sierra. Here’s how to enable it and why it might make your Mission Control experience a whole lot better.
In iOS, users can quickly add a period to the end of a sentence by double-tapping the spacebar. Now, with macOS Sierra, this feature is available on the Mac, too.
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.