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.
Want to know how much battery life is remaining on your Mac-connected Bluetooth keyboards, mice, headsets, etc? This easy trick is the answer for you.
OneNote has been receiving a lot of praise. But in many areas, Evernote still beats OneNote. The question is whether Evernote’s benefits are enough to convince you to stay. Let’s find out.
On a Mac, you still need to rely on third party solutions to protect your eyes during nighttime hours. Fortunately there are a few great options available.
Apple has taken the wraps off of its brand new MacBook Pro. It’s a beautifully designed piece of hardware, with several innovative touches and some annoying caveats potential buyers will have to beware.
Forget menus, buttons, and confusing keyboard shortcuts. Try dragging and dropping for a faster workflow.
Apple appears to have inadvertently leaked images of the new MacBook Pro 48 hours before its official unveiling. Oops!
Take the time to set up Apple’s boring email client just right, and make email processing as painless as possible.
Ever need your Mac to just stay awake for as long as you want? Here’s an app that lets you do that, and customize its behavior all you want.
Hello again. With these two simple words, Apple revealed what we’ve all been expecting for some time… new Macs are on their way.
Every new macOS release introduces new tricks and features, and macOS Sierra is no exception.
Ugly app icons may not be the worst part of your day, but they can be annoying to look at. Here’s how you can change any app icon to any image on Mac.
Free Mac apps that monitor CPU temperature and fan speeds are hard to find, but this one app does both in the cleanest way.