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....

OWC Releases SoftRAID 5.7.2 with Increased Compatibility for macOS Mojave
The new SoftRAID version 5.7.2 adds improved compatibility with macOS 10.14 Mojave. OWC announced the availability of SoftRAID 5.7.2 with increased compatibility for latest macOS 10.14 Mojave. OWC’s SoftRAID software RAID solution brings technology found only in data centers to workstations...

macOS Reversion: How to Downgrade from Mojave
macOS Mojave has a lot going for it: plenty of new features, new security and privacy safeguards, even new apps, such as News and Home. Even with all the new capabilities, some of you may find yourselves wishing for...

Quick Actions listed below the Preview at right in this screenshot A Guide to Quick Actions in macOS Mojave
macOS 10.14 Mojave has arrived. To get you excited about Mojave’s features and capabilities, the Rocket Yard has been offering peeks at some of the features we’re most interested in. Today, we’re highlighting Finder Quick Actions, a new way to...

A Guide to the New Mojave Security and Privacy Protections
macOS Mojave has a number of security and privacy enhancements that can help make using your Mac a simpler, safer, and more secure experience. Apple made changes to Safari, as well as expanded Gatekeeper and SIP services provided by the...