If you think different, watch this page closely. You’ll find the best software for doing pretty much anything with your Mac, guides to some of Apple’s lesser-known features and tips that will turbocharge your OS X workflow.
New Macs come with Numbers, a spreadsheet program that’s perfect for helping you get organized.
iPhone and iPad
Don’t waste your money on a third-party app, just use Apple free iPhone and Mac apps.
Need a desktop client for Gmail on your Mac? Here are the best we could find.
I used to be that guy who rolled his eyes at MacBook users, then I bit the bullet and bought an iMac.
If you want to remap your Caps Lock key to something else on Mac, the process isn’t so easy… unless you use this freely available app.
Gaming on a Mac used to be tough. Now you have a huge variety of massive RPGs you can play natively! Here are ten RPGs all Mac gamers should play.
There are more reasons to leave macOS’ System Integrity Protection on than turn it off, but turning it off is easy.
Apple’s free Notes app can be an indispensable research aid on both a computer and mobile device.
Instead of seeing how long you can go without breaking a dreaded New Year’s resolution, use the start of the year to freshen up your Mac.
Snagged an Apple Store, iTunes, or Apple Music gift card this holiday season? Here’s what you can buy with it.
Looking for gift ideas for that difficult-to-buy-for Mac user in your life? Here are our top picks.
Making GIFs may seem like an ordeal, but it doesn’t have to be if you use this simple and quick workflow using free apps that are available on Mac.