Tag Archives: macOS
Screenshot of Mac Desktop with the word "Stacks" How to Use Stacks in macOS...
Stacks are a feature found introduced in macOS Leopard (although the official name at the time was “Mac OS X Leopard). Specifically, Stacks was available in the Dock (but...

How to Increase or Decrease the...
Sometimes when I'm viewing an article (usually involving patent images) in Safari, it's hard to view an entire image. However, you can increase or decrease the zoom level of...

How to Add Hot Links in...
Pages in macOS conveniently allows you to add “hot links” to its documents. You can link to webpages or other Pages documents.  To link to a webpage or email:...

How to Restore Data From Time...
Time Machine is certainly an easy-to-use app for backing up your data. It's free, and comes installed and ready to use with the Mac OS. In many of our...


How to Implement Assistive Access in...
I recently purchased a new Mac. I used Migration Assistant to move over apps, preferences, etc. to it. However, whenever I tried to launch an AppleScript, it said I...

macOS Pages icon with a read banner that says "new" New Features in Pages 8.2 for...
While there has been a lot of coverage of the new features in Apple's operating systems – primarily macOS Catalina, iOS 13, and iPadOS 13 – some of Apple's...

Screen Time Catalina Quick Tip: How to Use...
macOS Catalina brings Screen Time, a previous iOS-only feature, to the Mac. It creates usage reports that show you how much time is being spent on your computer, which...


Smart Folder Icon with Lightbulb How to Create, Modify, and Use...
With macOS, you can implement Smart Folders, which automatically gather files by type and subject matter. They’re updated as you change, add, and remove files on your Mac. Because...

How to Geotag a Photo in...
Geotagging allows you to add geographical identification metadata to various media such as a geotagged photograph or video, websites, SMS messages, QR Codes or RSS feeds and is a form...

How to Link Text in a...
Pages, Apple’s word processing/document creation software, automatically detects website addresses (URLs) and email addresses you type and formats them as active links. You can edit these links or deactivate...

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...