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.
POSIX signals are a result of the Unix foundation at the heart of macOS, but why are they there and how can you still use them?
If you want to switch Command and Alt, for example, Mac has a built-in feature that lets you do so. And it’s easy!
Whether you’re using a MacBook, an iMac, or a Mac Pro, it’s important that you know which model you’re using. Here’s how to find out if you don’t remember.
There are many ways to find the weather forecast on your Mac, but nothing beats a dedicated app. Here are six of the best.
iPhone and iPad
No one likes paying full price for things. Unfortunately, when it comes to Apple chargers there really is no alternative to buying the real thing.
iPhone and iPad
Want to try out the pricey new MacBook’s Touch Bar for free? There’s an app (or two) for that.
macOS’s Preview app can compress PDFs for you, but they often end up looking grainy. Here’s how to play with the properties so your compressed PDFs don’t look awful.
The best way to save money on Apple products is to buy them refurbished, but now it’s even easier because you can get price alerts on those refurbished products.
Bogus invitations showing up on your iPhone? There’s a right and a wrong way to deal with calendar spam.
Apple computers tend to last a long time, so you might want to consider purchasing a refurbished model to save some money.
Tracking your purchases is always important for posterity sake. Sometimes even curiosity sake. Here’s how to see all that you’ve ever bought from iTunes.
Whether you’re using the Photos app or Apple’s older iPhoto, it’s easy to share your slideshows with friends, family or colleagues.