Tag Archives: Safari
Rocket Yard Testing Lab: Battle of...
If you’re an old hacker like me (from back when the word “hacker” had good connotations), you may remember the battle of the browsers in the early days of...

macOS 10.13 Beta Installer First Impressions of macOS 10.13 ‘High...
The weeks following the Apple World Wide Developer Conference are always fun for tech bloggers and readers alike, as the first hands-on reports of how new devices and operating...

What Sierra Broke, How to Fix...
With each new release of the Mac OS, there always seems to be new features that change how you work, the removal of a feature or two that forces...


How to Install, Manage, Delete Safari...
Safari is a fairly powerful macOS app on its own, but it can do things above and beyond the call of duty when it’s equipped with extensions. Safari extensions...

Quick Tip: Add Website Shortcuts to...
We all have webpages or sites that we visit frequently on our iPhones and iPads. To get to them more quickly, you can keep the tab open permanently, add a bookmark,...

Rocket Yard Guide: What You Need...
Most iOS users never realize just how much personal information they’re sharing with a wide variety of companies. In this Rocket Yard Guide, you’ll learn how to tweak your...

Tech Tip: Five Quick Ways to...
You’d be forgiven for thinking that by the year 2016, the base model iPhone would come with more than 16GB of storage. Unfortunately, many iPhone owners are still forced...


Update: Apple Fixes Issue Causing Safari...
You may have experienced some issues with Safari while using your Mac or iPhone on Wednesday morning. Many OS X and iOS users reported a bug that was causing the browser...

Tech Tip: How to Save a...
On occasion you might want to save a web page in Safari for posterity. Maybe it’s one of the best recipes you’ve ever found for potato latkes, or perhaps...

Spotlight Searching in OS X El Capitan Some of the New OS X...
With three months plus of beta testing out of the way, OS X 10.11 El Capitan is ready to go. Over the past months, I’ve had a chance to...