Tag Archives: iCloud
macOS Mojave Kills Back to My...
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’s Hidden Daemons: Should You Be...
The Mac, and for that matter most computing platforms, are just chock full of daemons. Daemons, not to be confused with demons, are usually small programs that run in...


Commentary: What I Want in the...
In just less than two months, Apple holds its annual World Wide Developer Conference. At WWDC 2018, we expect to see what’s new for all of Apple’s operating systems...

macOS Server Will Lose Many Services...
Last summer, the Rocket Yard ran a 7-part series on macOS Server and how it could be used to provide a variety of services — calendar, contacts, mail, messages...

Tech 101: Preparing a Mac For...
There comes a time in the life of just about every Mac where its usefulness has become limited or it will be too expensive to repair or update, so...


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...

A Complete Guide to Universal Clipboard...
Are you familiar with Universal Clipboard? It’s a feature of Apple’s Continuity initiative, making it possible to copy text, photos and videos from one Mac to paste them to...

How to Fix and Avoid the...
A few weeks ago, we looked at How to Fix and Avoid the Most Common Mac Error Messages. One of the issues we ran into was which problems we...

Running Low On Mac Storage? Here...
Even with the bigger hard drives, SSDs, and Fusion drives in modern Macs, it’s still possible to run low on storage space. Especially on the MacBook and MacBook Air...