Tag Archives: MacOS
Using APFS On HDDs … And...
After 16 months of using and testing APFS—Apple’s new file system—I’ve come to the conclusion that you probably don’t want to use it on HDDs (disks with rotating platters)....

Mac App Store icon Mac and iOS Drone Apps to...
Drones — those remotely-piloted multi-rotor “copters” or airplanes that usually carry a camera — are becoming more and more popular, so there may be a good chance that you...


A Complete Guide to Universal Clipboard...
Are you familiar with Universal Clipboard? It’s a feature of Apple’s Continuity initiative, making it possible to copy text, photos and videos from one Mac to paste them to...

Ten More macOS Keyboard Shortcuts to...
Did you like last week’s article that outlined 15 keyboard shortcuts for macOS to help improve your productivity? If you did — and even if you didn’t — we’re...

Should You Use a Mac for...
Over the years, a misconception has arisen in some circles that PCs are better suited for business than Macs. However, this seems to be an antiquated theory that doesn’t...


The new Safari Extensions page in the Mac App Store Safari Extensions move to the Mac...
Safari Extensions are add-ons that work within Apple’s Safari web browser to add functionality not found in the basic browser. In the past, selecting Safari > Safari Extensions pointed...

macOS 101: How to Automate Tasks...
When you find yourself performing the same task over and over on your Mac, you may wish some developer somewhere would code up a nice little app to make...

Safe Mode & Single-User Mode: What...
Safe mode and single-user mode are two of the special start-up modes that your Mac can be powered up to. They’re often used to troubleshoot issues a Mac may...

How to Add URLs to Your...
The Dock on your Mac is highly versatile, letting you customize its look, location, and content. You’ve likely already customized the Dock by adding apps to it, beyond those...