by Zach Epstein, BGR News If you find your own usage similar to mine and you can’t be bothered to figure out all the different configurations for different programs, there’s a new app that you should definitely check out because it’s actually very useful. It’s also wonderfully simple: It puts the macOS dock on your […]Read more "A FREE App that gives the MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar a Reason to Exist"
by easeus.com Applies To: iPad, iPad Pro, iPad Air, and iPad mini; MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac, and iMac Pro As you know, it’s no doubt that you can transfer files from Mac to your iPad without the help of third-party software, because the iTunes installed on your Mac enables you to do it. However, […]Read more "How to Transfer Files from Mac to iPad (etc-) with/without iTunes for Free"
by Christian Zibreg Most of the time, your Mac just works—until it refuses to start up properly due to an unforeseen system error, a misbehaving app, a broken system component and what not. Beyond system errors, different people have different needs when it comes to starting up their computer. For example, you could be a pro user who dual […]Read more "Useful Mac Startup Key Combo’s You Should Familiarize Yourself With"
by CHRIS HOFFMAN Troubleshooting a Mac is different from troubleshooting a PC, but not that different. Here’s how to use your Mac’s built-in startup options to test your hardware, boot in safe mode, reinstall macOS, and perform other system tasks. To access one of these tools, you’ll first have to shut down or restart your Mac. […]Read more "Troubleshoot Your Mac With These Hidden Startup Options"
by capitolmac.com The holidays are fast approaching and, as is my home, popular gift ideas include holiday cards, family photos, and calendars. Apple has discontinued its popular photo printing services that I’ve used for so many years, which enabled you to create and order physical prints, cards, calendars, and books from within Photos on the […]Read more "Apple Has Discontinued Its Photo Printing Services—Here Are 7 Alternatives"
by Ian Lunn Since the release of macOS Sierra, when in Finder, it is now possible to use the shortcut: CMD + SHIFT + . Press once to show hidden files and again to hide them. If you’re using a version earlier than macOS Sierra, see Show/Hide Hidden Files using Terminal Aliases to setup a […]Read more "The Quickest Way to Show/Hide Hidden Files"
by Scott Kelby OK, I have a MEGA-awesome tip today, courtesy of my dear friend Dave Clayton (co-host of the “He Shoots / He Draws” podcast), and it gets around the problem some pros in the community have pointed out that if you post from 3rd party apps from your computer, Instagram’s algorithm automatically limits the […]Read more "HOW TO NATIVELY POST TO INSTAGRAM FROM YOUR MAC"