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Is macOS Mojave Making Some Fonts...
During the beta testing of macOS 10.14 Mojave, some testers noticed that under certain circumstances, text on the screen appeared blurry. The issue appears to be caused a change...

A Quick Guide to iOS 12’s...
For the past several years, Apple has been talking about AR — augmented reality — a lot. The company believes that augmented reality, which involves overlaying data or computer-generated...

macOS Mojave: Make Sure Your Third-Party...
Whenever a new operating system version comes out, there are always some apps or utilities that seem to require more attention than others. With macOS Mojave, improvements to security...

A Guide to Continuity Camera in...
Our Macs are amazing tools, but they lack one thing that iOS devices have — cameras that can be used almost anywhere to take high-resolution photos. Sure, you could...


How to Create a Bootable macOS...
It’s autumn again; the leaves are starting to fall, a new version of macOS has just shipped, and the team at DiskMaker has just released the newest version of DiskMaker...

How to Find Passwords for Wi-Fi...
Those of us who use our Apple laptops in places other than our homes know that it’s sometimes difficult to remember passwords for all of those Wi-Fi networks we...

Quick Tip: Viewing macOS Calendar Events...
The macOS Calendar displays a regular “grid-like” calendar by default, with each day showing a small list of events scheduled for a particular day. Wouldn’t it be nice to...

Quick Tip: Displaying the macOS Expanded...
After all the many years that we’ve had personal computers available, printing documents is still one of the more frustrating parts of the computing experience. Rather than just being...


Tech Tip: Disabling Safari Suggestions on...
Apple’s Safari web browser for macOS and iOS has a variety of amazing features that are often overlooked by users. One of the more powerful features is something called...

How to Test 64-Bit Only Mode...
Since the 2017 Apple World Wide Developers Conference, it’s been well-known that Apple will require all developers to submit only 64-bit apps to the Mac App Store. Starting on June...

National Clean Out Your Computer Day:...
We hope you remember that there’s a big holiday next week. No, we’re not talking about Valentine’s Day. This is an event that happens every second Monday of February —...