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 macOS workflow.
If you’ve used a computer, you will have no doubt encountered the Blue Screen of Death, or a kernel panic, where the machine restarts without warning, costing you all your work.
Unlike many of Apple’s other products, the MacBook Air is different. It’s actually better value for money than any Windows laptop at that price.
Typing a password is just so much hassle, don’t you wish you could use your iPhone, Apple Watch or simply have your Mac unlock when you walk near it? Well, now you can!
The Messages app is often overlooked in favor of more robust IM clients, but it can be a fantastic way of keeping in touch with people if you know how to set it up properly.
iPhone and iPad
Stuffy, boring, insular. These are three adjectives that have been used to describe the Microsoft of yesteryear. But that Microsoft is gone. They’ve changed. Radically.
If you want to be a fairly proficient Mac user, it is necessary to know what Activity Monitor is, and how to read and use it. As usual, that’s where we come in.
The Mac App Store doesn’t hold a candle to the same store used by iPhone and iPad users to guzzle apps, games and in-app purchases.
Whether you’re new to OS X or a longtime user, there’s probably something in System Preferences you haven’t found yet. Here are nine things you might have missed.
Have you ever had your work interrupted by a dead laptop battery? Don’t let a lack of power put a damper on your productivity.
iPhone and iPad
Having problems getting iCloud to sync your data between two instances of the same app? You’re not alone…
You can now use an iPad app to expand your collection of screens, turning your $500 tablet into a small, portable monitor. It’s called Duet.
Apparently your computer is riddled with problems, junk files and wide-open to attacks that only MacKeeper can protect you against — but we know that’s not the case.
What could happen when a long-time Windows user drops their defense and uses a Mac for the first time in years?
Sometimes a little bit of a distraction is what you need to get the job done. Helium is a floating browser that lets you watch web videos while you do something else.
The original Fantastical wasn’t cheap at $15, and now developer Flexibits will be charging $50 for the updated version — so is it worth it?
Good mixing software can make all the difference in your performance. Whether you’re using a Mac, Windows, or Linux, every level of skill and budget is catered for if you want to start DJing.
Want to find more on your Mac? HoudahSpot is a Mac app that turns smart folders into super smart folders with a simpler user interface and smart search templates.
You might think your MacBook is overheating if it sounds like a hairdryer and feels like a grill. Here are some things to try when you can no longer stand the heat.
Office 365 is a subscription based package that offers access to the latest desktop Office suite, Office Online, cloud storage, and premium mobile apps. Does Office 365 provide enough value to be worth the money?
Having troubles with AirDrop? We can step you through all of your available options.
Photos for OS X has finally arrived, replacing iPhoto with an image management application that Mac users will actually want to use — but is there enough here to satisfy Aperture refugees?
Brighten up your Mac by installing your own custom icons for favorite software and system components — it’s easy!
Finding sources to cite is easy. Planning a paper is easy. Sitting down and writing the thing? Much harder — do yourself a favour and get the right tool for the job.
The $10,000 Apple Watch makes no sense…if you’re ignoring China. Apple isn’t ignoring China.