Tag Archives: MacOS
Tech 101: How to Clear Cache...
You’ve no doubt heard the term cache and temp files, at least as it relates to your Mac. There are numerous times when removing a cache or temp file...

Partitions 101: Rules to Resizing Volumes...
Disk Utility, the all-purpose tool for working with storage devices connected to the Mac, has long had the ability to create partitions and manage the resulting volumes. It has...

Access Your Hidden Library Folder With...
The Mac OS is chock full of hidden areas where data, information, or features have been secreted away from Mac users. One of these clandestine locations is the users...

How to Utilize the Most Useful...
The Mac comes equipped with a number of apps, including Safari, Mail, Photos, Calendar, Contacts, and many more, that are used every day by most Mac users. There’s also...


Tech 101: Do Macs Need Antivirus...
One reason that many people move from the world of Windows to macOS is because they’re tired of the hassles of having their PCs infected with viruses and other...

Quick Tip: How to Order Prints...
If you’re a Mac user, there’s a good chance that you know all about the Photos app in macOS Sierra. And if not, you can get up to speed...


Right-click a Dock icon to display this menu Spacers, Stacks & Swapping: Mastering the...
Last week, we began a two-part look at the macOS Dock with a detailed look at the System Preferences Dock settings and how they can be used to customize...

Tech Tip: How to Use the...
Disk Utility, in all of its incarnations, has always had a restore function, a way to copy a disk volume or image file to another volume, creating an exact...