Mac Safari Browser How to Remove Browser Cookies in Safari on macOS
Websites often store cookies and other data in Safari on your Mac. This data may include information that you have provided, such as your name, email address, and preferences. This data helps websites identify you when you return so the...

macOS 101: What’s in the Utility Folder, Part 2
Have you ever wondered what’s stored in your Mac’s Utilities folder? This folder contains apps that are used to perform a number of interesting chores, from providing basic information about your Mac, to displaying complex mathematical formulas as 2D...

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 High Sierra Siri icon How to use Siri to help with spelling in macOS
Can’t remember how to spell a word? No problem. Siri, Apple’s personal digital assistant, can help. To ask for help on your Mac, you can: Press and hold the Command (⌘) key and Space bar until Siri responds. Click...

macOS 101: How to Use Tabs in macOS Safari
Mac’s Safari web browser has a convenient feature: allowing you to use tabs for webpages. The advantage of tabs is that they allow you to keep multiple websites open and easily at hand without cluttering up your screen with...

More Shortcuts, Time Savers for Spotlight in macOS
Apple’s search tool, Spotlight, is a great tool for finding files on your Mac and looking up news, sports, weather, and other data online. It supports advanced syntax, Wikipedia, words definitions, and more. You can open it by clicking...

macOS 101: Edit Images With Preview
The Preview app is a handy tool for viewing and working with PDF (Portable Document Format) files, as outlined in the Rocket Yard guide: macOS 101: Mark It Up with Preview.  In Part Two of the guide, we’ll look...

Mac Safari Browser macOS 101: How to Manage, View Downloads in Safari
In the macOS Safari web browser, you can choose where downloaded files are deposited. By default they’re located in your Downloads folder. You can find the Downloads folder by going to the Users folder on your Mac’s hard drive...

macOS 101: How to Take Full Advantage of the Dock
The Mac’s Dock is the place where you can keep items you use frequently. You can add or remove items from the Dock, make it larger or smaller, or even hide it altogether. Folders in the Dock are called...