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...

A Guide to Continuity Camera in macOS Mojave
Our Macs are amazing tools, but they lack one thing that iOS devices have — cameras that can be used almost anywhere to take high-resolution photos. Sure, you could theoretically hold a document to be scanned in front of...

Mac 101: How to Get Ready for macOS Mojave
The summer is drawing to a close, which means macOS Mojave is about to be released. It may also mean a few other things, but we’re going to concentrate on the release of Mojave and what you’ll need to...

A Guide to New Features in the macOS Mojave Safari Browser
During the buildup to Wednesday’s “Gather Round” Apple event in Cupertino, California, we’ve been providing readers of The Rocket Yard with guides to the new features that are currently in beta versions of macOS 10.14 Mojave and expected to...

macOS Mojave Kills Back to My Mac Network Feature
Back to My Mac is an iCloud feature that allows users to network remotely with other Macs. We’ve written at length about the benefits of the Back to My Mac feature such as remotely controlling a Mac or retrieving files....