Tag Archives: OS X
Tech Tip: ‘An Error Occurred While...
Having worked in Technical Support here at OWC for some time now, I have helped customers handle many different types of errors and problems that they have come across. Some such...

A Complete List of Mojave Compatible...
Apple announced macOS 10.14 Mojave, the anticipated follow-up to High Sierra, at today’s WWDC 2018 keynote. And while iOS 12 didn’t drop compatibility from the list of devices that...

macOS 101: AirDrop Tips for Mac...
AirDrop is a peer-to-peer file sharing system for local Mac and iOS users. It’s easy to set up with just a click or two; no special information or settings...

Watch ‘A New Hope’, Play Tetris...
With an impending snowstorm beginning to bear down across the country, cabin fever will be reaching fever pitch this weekend. To help temporarily stave off boredom, we have a...


macOS 101: How to Automate Tasks...
When you find yourself performing the same task over and over on your Mac, you may wish some developer somewhere would code up a nice little app to make...

Safe Mode & Single-User Mode: What...
Safe mode and single-user mode are two of the special start-up modes that your Mac can be powered up to. They’re often used to troubleshoot issues a Mac may...

How to Add URLs to Your...
The Dock on your Mac is highly versatile, letting you customize its look, location, and content. You’ve likely already customized the Dock by adding apps to it, beyond those...

Quick Tip: Arrange Your Mac Apps...
Mac OS is home to so many great features and capabilities, that it’s easy to stumble upon something every day that you might not have known about. Today was one...


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...

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...