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It’s Spring: Time to Clean Your Mac

Spring is traditionally the time to clean out the cobwebs, dust, and dirt that have collected after you’ve been closed up in the house all winter. As long as you’re in a cleaning mode, it’s a good idea to take the time to clean up your Mac and other electronic equipment. Dust, dirt, and even cobwebs have been known to cling to a Mac, and not only mar the look, but also block airflow, or hinder the working of mechanical components. Taking the time to clean your Mac can help extend its useful life. As long as you’re doing a bit of cleaning, you may as well do a little Mac maintenance as well, to ensure your Mac not only looks good, but also continues to perform at its best.

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🚀 TipOff #11: Find Your Mouse Cursor

Ever been driven nuts because you've lost sight of your cursor and no matter how much you move your mouse around or slide your finger back and forth, you just can't seem to find it? If you're on a Mac,...

How to Customize Trackpad Gestures in macOS Mojave

Trackpads are the default pointing device on Apple's notebook lineup, and the Magic Trackpad (at right) is a popular accessory for desktop Macs. Most Mac users almost intuitively know how to use their trackpad for simple gestures like clicking, dragging, zooming in or...

Launchpad on an iMac

Quick Tip: The Five-Finger Pinch on Your Trackpad

Today I have a quick tip for those of you who either use a MacBook or an Apple Magic Trackpad with a desktop machine. I'm one of those people who is sadly pre-programmed to do things a certain way. In...

Simple Trick To Customized Scrolling

After reading OWC Larry’s article about reassigning the function keys last week, it got me thinking; that’s certainly not the only default setting in Mac OS X that can run contrary to how many people use their computers. Almost instantly,...

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