Tag Archives: Mac OS X
How to Use Spring-Loaded Folders on...
For years now, Mac OS X and macOS have supported spring-loaded folders. If you’re not taking advantage of ‘em, you should, as they’re great time savers. A spring-loaded folder...

Tech 101: Do Mac Hard Disk...
Macs are more popular than ever, thanks to a “halo effect” from buyers of iPhones and iPads who decide to make the switch from Windows to macOS. Like all...

Tech Tip: Fixing Calendar Duplicates in...
There’s an odd little problem with the macOS Calendar app that I’ve run into a number of times, both personally and during my years as a Mac consultant. Sometimes an event...

A shared screen appearing on a Mac screen How to Control Another Mac on...
One of the more useful things you can do as a Mac expert is to help others in your company or home who need assistance. There are a lot...


DaisyDisk at work Friday Five: Great Apps for the...
It’s the end of the week, but that doesn’t mean an end to learning more about your favorite Apple devices. Each week, the Friday Five takes a quick look...

Time Machine icon Time Machine Mac: What It Is,...
Whether you’re new to the Mac platform or have been using it for years, there’s one feature built into Mac OS X or macOS that you should not only...

Reminders App Icon Friday Five: Tips for Getting the...
It’s the end of the week, but that doesn’t mean an end to learning more about your favorite Apple devices. Each week, the Friday Five takes a quick look...


Tech Tip: Creating Reminders Based on...
Apple’s Reminders app is probably one of the most underused apps on both iOS and Mac OS X. Many people place meeting or personal reminders into Calendars, setting notifications...

WWDC 2015 Dates Announced: It’s Time...
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is held annually in San Francisco, providing hundreds of technical sessions, hands-on lab sessions, and face-to-face discussions with over a thousand Apple engineers to those...

Splitting Your Data: An Alternative to...
Solid State Drives have grown immensely in popularity over the years – and with good reason considering the performance they provide. In fact, I recently upgraded my own Mac mini...

Highlights from Apple’s 2014 WWDC
Coming into this year’s Worldwide Developer Conference, much of the talk was surrounding the software. Of course, this makes complete sense ­– it is a conference for developers, after...