Want to increase your Mac’s battery life by up to 25%? Find out how to manually enable and disable Turbo Boost in macOS
The Terminal in macOS is a handy tool for troubleshooting. Here we show you how to use the Terminal to scan and troubleshoot your local network.
The iCloud Music Library is buggy. Your music can just disappear completely. Here’s how to disable and turn off the iCloud Music Library.
While there aren’t many default dynamic wallpapers, let’s look at some of the best websites to download dynamic wallpapers for Mac and iPhone.
macOS Monterey continues the modern look begun in Big Sur. Find out here how to use Monterey’s features to customize your Mac.
Has your Mac frozen mid-update? Don’t panic! Here we show you how to fix your frozen Mac and get it back on track.
Often while working with local files you may need to launch Terminal in your current folder location. Here’s how to do that on your Mac.
The list of things you can do with an iPhone is seemingly endless. This guide shows you how to use your iPhone as a mouse with your Mac.
After being on iCloud users’ wish lists for some time, using a custom email domain is now available in iCloud+. We show how to use this feature.
It used to be trying to record your screen on a Mac, but it’s become incredibly easy in macOS. Here’s how you can record your screen on a Mac!
When the Disk Utility fails to fix your hard disk, you’ll have to turn to one of the big guns. Here’s how you can use fsck to repair your Mac hard disk.
AirDrop either works or it doesn’t, and it can be infuriating when it’s not working. Here a few solutions to fix AirDrop when it’s not working on your Mac and iPhone.
It is best to have a bootable backup of your OS in the event it crashes. Learn how to install macOS on a USB drive and create a backup.
Typically, there is no need to remove Kexts. But if there is, we explain how to add and delete them from your Mac operating system.
Macs can be prone to Wi-Fi problems and lost connections. We show you some troubleshooting steps for when Wi-Fi stops working on a Mac.
Forgot your Mac password? You can change it easily. This article will walk you through how to do it to get you back into your Mac.
While macOS is not well known for gaming, you can still play DOS game on your Mac. Learn how to play DOS games on macOS with DOSBox.
Apple has unveiled a new processor in the M1. This post will give you the lowdown on all things Apple Silicon!
You can customize Safari in more ways than you think. This article shows you some great ways to optimize the Safari browser on Mac.
If you’re looking for tips on how to change the voice and language of Siri on your Mac or iPhone, here we show you how to make these changes.
Are you looking to buy a Mac? Browse through our Complete Mac Buyer’s Guide to find out whether an iMac, MacBook, Mac Mini, etc., is for you.
If you’re not sure how to get rid of the Mac spinning wheel, this article will give you a few options to fix this annoying issue.
Drawing apps don’t have to be complex. Here we look at some simple drawing apps for Mac, along with some more advanced solutions.
Try one of these quick fixes when you see the “No camera connected” error on your Mac and the built-in camera is not working.
Have you ever dragged a file to your Bin, only to receive an error? Here is how to delete files from a Mac that won’t delete.
You can type a lot of currencies using the keyword, but finding them is the key. This post shows you how to type a Euro sign on Mac and more!
Android apps aren’t natively supported on macOS. Use these emulators to run Android apps on Mac without needing an Android device.
Does your Mac have Wi-Fi networks stored on it that you won’t be using again? This guide shows you how to forget a Wi-Fi network on a Mac.
It’s heart-wrenching to see a spill on or near your MacBook. We take a look at how to fix a water-damaged MacBook and whether AppleCare will help.
New macOS versions may not be compatible with your Macbook. Learn how to downgrade macOS to a previous version via Time machine or reformatting the hard disk.
It is easy to change your Mac name to whatever you want. Here we show you ways to change your Mac name as well as the admin name.
wget is a non-interactive command-line utility for downloading resources from a specified URL. We discuss how to install and use wget on Mac!
If you have to combine scanned documents on macOS, you can do so without additional software. This post shows you how to do it!
Here you’ll discover how to customize the sound settings on your Mac as well as how to access these features in the first place.
The Preview app in Mac does not allow you to view animated GIFs. Here are a few ways to play animated GIFs on your Mac.
It is pretty easy to blur images on Mac. Here we you how to do so using Skitch and the built-in Photos app.
Text files are frequently used on a Mac. This post will show you how to create a new blank text file in a few different ways!
If a hard drive fails, you could lose everything. As such, this post will look at how to check your SSD health on your Mac!
Hot Corners is a well-hidden secret in macOS. Learn how you can start using Mac Hot Corners to improve your productivity.
Do you need to do a simple edit to your photos on Mac? Here are some of the best photo editors for macOS you can use for simple edits.
macOS doesn’t come with a “always on top” solution for its app windows. Here are ways you can still keep your apps “Always on Top” in Mac.
Creating a desktop shortcut on macOS is easy, but the option to do so is not obvious. Here are the steps to create desktop shortcuts in macOS.
Getting a full path of a file is something you may need from time to time. This post will show you how to reveal a file path on Mac!
It’s good to know Apple has your back if you need to restore your system. Here we show you a few tips to follow before reformatting your Mac!
Ever have to see something close up on your display? This post shows you some simple ways to zoom in and out on your Mac!
It may seem scary, but the macOS Terminal is your key to greater experience on Mac. This post shows you how to use the macOS Terminal!
If you spend any time in the Terminal, you can customize it. Here are some ways to customize the Mac Terminal for better productivity
Using Terminal to update your Mac can save time and be easier for many – especially since the Mac App Store is known to lag on older devices.
Your Mac might have multiple users, especially in a family household. This post will show you how to add a new user account to your Mac!