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.
Objective-See offers some of the best tools for protecting your Mac, and they’re all free. Here are the apps you should check out.
Apple no longer offers its Wi-Fi router, but don’t worry. These awesome Apple AirPort alternatives will supercharge your home network.
External hard drive not showing up on your Mac? Here’s a troubleshooting guide to help get your external hard drive or flash drive working again.
If you want to see Mac keypresses show up on screen, all you need is some third-party software.
Is your Mac running slow? By changing some of your computing habits, you could improve its performance. These 7 big mistakes can slow down your Mac.
Hot corners are one of the best ways to supercharge your Mac workflow. Here’s how to set them up and some tricks for using hot corners.
Want to preserve your vinyl records with a digital copy? Here’s how to easily record any vinyl album to your computer.
Wondering what USB-C and Thunderbolt are, and how these types of cables affect your MacBook? Here’s everything you need to know about your MacBook ports.
Looking for a better note-taking app for Mac? Don’t settle for Apple Notes! Give one of these unique note apps a try instead.
Want access to Apple’s powerful Mac diagnostic software? It’s called Apple Service Diagnostic, and we’ll show you how to get it and use it for best results.
If you plan to reinstall macOS or get a new Mac, it’s a good idea to have a list of your installed apps. Here’s how to easily create one.
Want to become more productive in the iWork suite? These advanced tips will help any Mac user create better documents, spreadsheets, and presentations.
Converting a colored PDF to black-and-white or grayscale is easy with the Preview app on macOS.
If you use a Mac, you should know which apps on your system are 32-bit and likely to run into compatibility issues soon.
iPhone and iPad
Wondering what services you’ve subscribed to through your Apple ID? Here’s how to find out on iPhone, iPad, Mac, or PC.
In this article, we explore how to create, populate, share, discover, and become a master of Apple Music playlists.
Thinking about buying a MacBook? It’s smart to avoid the 256GB model and upgrade your storage.
Bear is an excellent note-taking app for iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Here are several reasons it wins the Bear Notes vs. Apple Notes battle.
Sick of the Dock in macOS? Looking for a Start Menu for your Mac? Why not give one of these unique Mac Dock replacements a try?
Font Book lets you view and install Mac fonts. But there’s a lot more to this app than you think. Check out these handy uses for Font Book.
iPhone and iPad
If you’re looking to save on a new MacBook, iPad, or Apple Watch, you definitely need to check out Best Buy’s open box deals on Apple gear.
If your Mac isn’t working right, you can try Apple’s built-in diagnostic tests to find out what’s wrong with your battery, processor, and more. Here’s how to use Apple Hardware Test and Apple Diagnostics.
Can’t wait until 2019 for the new Apple’s new powerhouse computer? Here are five Mac Pro alternatives that can handle intense graphical work.
Duplicate pictures, documents, and downloads wasting space on your Mac? Here’s how to easily remove duplicate files on macOS.