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macOS Catalina Tips, Tricks, and More
macOS Catalina includes a number of new features, new ways to perform tasks, and of course a few hidden features and tricks, not all of which have been discovered yet. Of course, that’s what we expect from a new... Voice Control Comes to macOS Catalina
Voice Control, a new feature coming to the macOS in the fall of 2019, will allow you to control your device with spoken words. Improved versions for iOS and iPadOS will be released around the same time. While it’s... How to Edit the Number of Recent Items Listed in the macOS Apple Menu
When you’re trying to get back into a document, application or server that you’ve worked on recently, one quick way to do so in macOS is to click the Apple () menu and select Recent Items. Doing so displays... How to Enable Apps at Login and Set Default Apps in macOS
How to Enable Apps at Login If there are certain apps that you’ll always use the moment you start up your Mac, you can set ‘em up to automatically log in via System Preferences. For example, I have Dropbox... macOS 101: What’s in the Utility Folder, Part 1
The utility folder is chock full of handy apps that perform a wide spectrum of tasks, from monitoring the performance of your Mac to giving your Mac a voice. In this first of a two-part article, we’re going to... macOS 101: Reduce Data Usage, Increase Speed with Content Caching
Content Caching is one of the new services available in macOS High Sierra. Designed to reduce Internet data usage and increase the speed of updating Macs, iOS devices, and Apple TVs, Content Caching can also speed up iCloud storage... Setting Up a Mac Web Server with Apache and MAMP
A few weeks ago, The Rocket Yard ran an article detailing the many services that will be removed from macOS Server in the near future. Today, I’ll discuss how to bring back one of those services — web hosting —... How to Perform a Clean Install of macOS High Sierra
Sometimes it’s a good idea to do a clean install of a new Mac operating system version. What’s a clean install? That means that the hard drive is erased completely and reformatted, which removes not only the current Mac operating... Everything You Need to Know About Keychain in macOS Sierra
Keychain is a password management system for macOS and iOS that was originally released with Mac OS 8.6 back in 1999 as a way of holding passwords, private keys, certificates and secure notes in encrypted files on the machine.... 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... Terminal Tricks: Mastering the Iconic macOS Dock, Part 3
Over the past week, we’ve been showing you how to customize the macOS Dock. In the first part of this series, we took you through the many settings available in the System Preferences Dock pane. Earlier this week in the... Rocket Yard Guide: Using macOS Sierra’s ‘Hidden’ Network Utility
Back in the early days of the Internet, things weren’t quite as stable as they are now so system administrators created a suite of tools to help troubleshoot issues. Many old-timers wistfully remember the “fun” of typing in a...
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