Tag Archives: macOS Catalina

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How to Control your Mac with Head Gestures

The Mac platform has always been one of the best computing environments for accessibility, and a recent macOS update added a feature that points the way to a possible future where the mouse, trackpad, and even finger taps may not be needed to control your Mac. macOS 10.15.4 brought a new alternative control method to the Mac – using your head and facial gestures.

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How to Use Dock Stacks in macOS Catalina

The Dock is the bar of icons that sits at the bottom or side of your screen. It provides easy access to many of the apps that come with your Mac. And the Stacks feature of the Dock in macOS...

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How to Group Apps Together in Launchpad on a Mac

Launchpad is the central location where you can see which apps are on your Mac and launch them as needed. However, if you’ve downloaded a LOT of software, the Launchpad window — or windows — may get cluttered quickly. Luckily,...

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How to Change the Default Web Browser in macOS Catalina

I’m perfectly happy using Safari in macOS Catalina. However, if you prefer another web browser, you can change it. Here's how: From the Apple () menu, choose System Preferences, then click General. Choose your web browser from the ”Default web...

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