Safari 12, included with macOS Mojave and iOS 12 (and available as an update for older versions of macOS) adds support for favicons. Here’s how to enable them.
If you need to uninstall Adobe’s Creative Cloud on your Mac (as opposed to a single app within it), how do you do so? It’s not hard—there’s a built-in program for it! We’ll tell you how to access that, and heck, we’ll even tell you how to uninstall a single Adobe program if that’s what you’re looking for.
For those who still use optical drives with their Macs, here’s a tip on how to add or remove the handy eject icon from your menu bar.
If you’d like to customize the way your Mac’s menu bar looks, then come learn how to rearrange and delete its so-called status icons! These handy shortcuts—which will let you do everything from joining Wi-Fi networks to searching with Spotlight—can be moved around, and we’ll tell you how.
Booting a macOS VM into Recovery Mode can be tricky. Here’s how to use a configuration option to force a VMware Fusion Mac virtual machine to boot into Recovery Mode automatically, without needing to time startup key presses.
System Integrity Protection is an important security feature in macOS that prevents access to critical system files and apps. But it can also break legacy workflows and applications that rely on this access. If you’re willing to accept the risks, here’s how to disable System Integrity Protection.
If you’re unfamiliar with Google’s reverse image search, then you have to learn about this valuable tool. The feature will let you look for similar photos online, so if you need to find out where a picture was taken, for example, this may just help you do so.
Lots of services and apps now offer recurring subscriptions for additional features. Apple conveniently manages these subscriptions for you, ensuring both ease of use and security. But what if you want to cancel an App Store subscription? Here’s how to do it quickly via iOS or iTunes.
After upgrading to macOS Mojave, you may notice that extra icons appear and remain in your Dock even after you quit the applications. This is due to a new feature in Mojave that Apple hopes will make accessing frequently used applications easier. But if you prefer to manage your Mac’s own Dock and don’t want extra icons cluttering it up, here’s how to turn recent application icons off in Mojave.
If you have to work with many different clients, say, or on many different projects, you may need to know how to duplicate files on your Mac so that you don’t have to create versions from scratch as you work. In this article, we’ll discuss a few different methods for duplicating files, and you can pick whichever one you like best!