More Tips for Mojave’s Screenshot App
With the release of macOS Mojave, the ability to take screenshots underwent a bit of a change. Gone is the old Grab screenshot utility; in its place is the new and improved Screenshot app. And while the new Screenshot...

Using Security Code Autofill in iOS 12 and macOS Mojave
iOS 12 and macOS Mojave have a feature that can make your life easier and keep you protected online. The feature, known as Security Code Autofill, makes it much easier to use two-factor authentication (2FA) on your devices. In...

Six Mojave Features You Probably Don’t Use, But Should
macOS Mojave has many new features and capabilities that make it a compelling upgrade. And while we’ve covered many of the marquee features of Mojave, sometimes it’s the lesser-known features that can have a big impact on how your...

A List of Apps Having Problems Running in macOS Mojave
Are you getting ready to install macOS Mojave? Or perhaps you’ve already finished the upgrade and have started exploring the new Mojave system. In either case, you may discover that some of your favorite apps have stopped working, or...

Five macOS Mojave Utilities You Should Get to Know
If you’ve just purchased a new Mac, or upgraded your current model to run macOS Mojave, you may be wondering what apps and utilities come with the new OS. You’re likely already familiar with many of the more common...

How to Customize Trackpad Gestures in macOS Mojave
Trackpads are the default pointing device on Apple’s notebook lineup, and the Magic Trackpad (at right) is a popular accessory for desktop Macs. Most Mac users almost intuitively know how to use their trackpad for simple gestures like clicking, dragging, zooming in...

Get Dashboard Up and Running Again in macOS Mojave
Dashboard, the secondary desktop introduced with OS X Tiger, is gone, vamoosed, kaput; it’s an ex-desktop. With the advent of macOS Mojave, the Dashboard and all of those productive widgets are gone. Such is the penalty paid for progress....