by Lindsey Hazel How can I record my mac screen with audio for free? In this video, we share how to screen record with audio on a mac, using the native app in OS Catalina and a few more tricks for mac screencasting. Watch other videos in Lindsey Hazel‘s Online Teaching series here: https://bit.ly/OnlineTeachingTips how […]Read more "How to Screen Record with Audio on Mac"
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 TIM BUEL Here is a guide on how to create a bootable external Mac hard drive to run macOS from an external hard drive. There are quite a few reasons for why you may want to be able to have an additional startup drive for your Mac. One of the main reasons is backup of your […]Read more "How to Make a Bootable External Mac Hard Drive"
June 11, 2014 by Konrad Krawczyk (Thanks to Guido Cassetta for posting!) Image: Rego Korosi/Flickr When Apple’s WWDC 2014 developer conference kicked off the first week of June, the world got its first look at OS X Yosemite. As Apple execs took to the stage and rattled off the operating system’s new features and tools, it became increasingly […]Read more "5 real-life problems OS X Yosemite solves, and Windows 8.1 screws up"
June 3, 2014 by The Verge At its annual conference for developers, Apple yesterday announced the next version of its desktop operating system, OS X. OS X 10.10 Yosemite follows in the footsteps of last year’s OS X 10.9 Mavericks with an even cleaner design and more features inspired by iOS. This year, the theme is […]Read more "Apple announces OS X 10.10 Yosemite free this fall"
September 6, 2013 By Beth Marchant / Studio Daily If you deal with creative media, you play files with a wide variety of freeware, shareware, and paid programs that usually work and can handle “that file.” Some of them only work on PC, some only on Mac. It’s a mess. SCRATCH Play is now the […]Read more "SCRATCH Play supports a wide range of media formats from RAW to DSLR, free"
April 29, 2013 by MakeTechEasier So you just got a brand new Mac with Mac OS X Mountain Lion installed, or maybe you’ve just upgraded from OS X Lion. Now what? You have this brand new operating system that looks intimidating, overwhelming and confusing! You think to yourself, or maybe even post on Twitter of […]Read more "Mountain Lion: A Beginner’s Guide"
February 25, 2013 by Joe Kissell, Macworld Crashes and freezes in OS X are mercifully rare, but they do occur. Fortunately, most of them can be resolved readily; and even though a crash or freeze may have any of numerous causes or symptoms, the same procedure works for troubleshooting most of them. Crashing apps Your […]Read more "How to Handle Mac Freezes and Crashes"
March 20, 2012 by Leah Yamshon, Macworld.com *Note: I found all this out the hard way. Avoid my calamity and read this, bookmark it, and use it… Now that you’ve been using Time Machine regularly to back up your computer, you should be fully prepared if your Mac crashes or if you need to […]Read more "How to restore data from Time Machine"
March 16, 2012 TimeMachineEditor is a software for Mac OS X Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion that lets you change the default one-hour backup interval of Time Machine. You can change the interval or create a more sophisticated scheduling (see screenshot below). This is useful if you don’t need to backup every hour and don’t […]Read more "TimeMachine Editor"