Tag Archives: Terminal
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 Grant Administrative Access to...
Are you the designated IT person for your family, or maybe for your small business? If you are, then perhaps you’re getting a bit tired of everyone asking you...

Tech Tip: How to Use Boot...
Boot Camp and Boot Camp Assistant allow you to install Windows on your Mac. It’s a nice capability that lets you select – at boot time – which operating system...


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: Everything You Need to...
You’ve been diligent about maintaining up-to-date backups of your Mac’s data by using Time Machine, but there’s a nagging worry in the back of your mind. How do you...


Tech 101: Introduction to the Mac’s...
Last week we kicked off our Introduction to the Mac’s Terminal App with a quick look at using and customizing Terminal, using the Bash shell to run a few...

Five of the Best Hidden Features...
With each new release of the stc operating system, there are always a few secret features, services, and tips hidden away, just waiting to be uncovered. macOS Sierra is...

Tech Tip: Finding and Changing Your...
Every network card in your Mac, whether it’s for Ethernet, Wi-Fi, or even Thunderbolt, has been assigned a unique identifier called a Media Access Control or MAC address. This address...