Tag Archives: Finder
How to Revert a drive from...
Apple’s new APFS (Apple File System) format is the default format for storage under macOS 10.14 Mojave, replacing the dependable and long-lived HFS+ format. However, there are still some instances...

Mojave Mess Up dropdown menu Mess Up Your Desktop with 6...
With the release of macOS Mojave, we went hunting for features that might be hiding amongst all the changes to the OS. What we found were some nifty capabilities...


Quick Tip: How to Access Master...
The Mac Photos app is a handy way to organize all of your photos and videos in one app, but what if you want to have access to all...

How to Play MP3, Other Audio...
Whether you’re a fan of podcasts, music, or just have a lot of little audio files that you’ve accumulated (from voice memos on an iPhone, for example), you may...


National Clean Out Your Computer Day:...
We hope you remember that there’s a big holiday next week. No, we’re not talking about Valentine’s Day. This is an event that happens every second Monday of February —...

Mac 101: Customizing Finder Views, Part...
Last week, we started our exploration of Finder customization by looking at the Icon and List view options. If you would like to review the first installment, you’ll find...

Mac 101: Customizing Finder Views, Part...
The Finder is the operating system’s default file manager for viewing and working with the Mac’s filing system. It allows us to easily see and work with the hierarchical...