Tech 101: Changing or Resetting a macOS Sierra Password
As part of the built-in security of macOS Sierra, users are required to enter a password when logging onto a Mac. Security experts suggest that passwords be changed on a regular basis to make it harder for those passwords...

Understanding macOS Server Part 1: Background and Setup
 Find Part 2 here: Understanding macOS Server Part 2: Serving a Small Business Have you ever wished that you could run your own Apple Mail server or host a website from your own Mac? How about hosting your own calendar...

macOS in Review: A Look at the First Four Months of Sierra
The macOS Sierra release on September 20th, 2016 marked a few milestones. It’s the 13th release of the Mac OS, the fourth release of the Mac operating system based on place names (the previous naming convention involved cats), and...

The System Preferences icon Tech 101: Mastering the Iconic macOS Dock, Part 1
Whether you’re a Mac newbie or have used a Mac since 1984, there are probably things you didn’t know about one of the most visible aspects of the macOS user interface — the Dock. Today in the first of...

Tech Tips: More Ways to Use Siri in macOS Sierra
Do you use Siri on macOS Sierra? An unofficial poll I recently made shows that a much lower percentage of macOS users use Siri than do iOS users. There’s a good reason for that; most Mac users are used to...

Rocket Yard Guide: What Is Purgeable Space in macOS?
Having problems figuring out how much free space is available on your Mac? You’re not the only one. With the arrival of macOS Sierra, Apple changed how the OS calculates free space on a Mac. The change has more...