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.
Time Machine is your Mac’s built-in utility for backing up your computer. We’ll show you how to set up Time Machine, make backups, and more.
A Mac Smart Folder lets you group together similar files from all over your machine. Here’s how to use them and some great examples to get started with.
Microsoft has released a new version of Skype for desktop, and this one looks and feels just like the mobile version of Skype.
Need an external GPU for your Mac? Here’s how they work, what’s compatible, and which of the best eGPU enclosures you might want to get.
If you find Cmd + Tab too limiting for switching apps on your Mac, try one of these alternatives that offer many more features and benefits.
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Have questions about your Apple ID? We answer the common questions on how to reset your Apple ID password, removing your credit card, and more.
Having issues with Keychain on your Mac? Take a look at these fixes for forgotten passwords, stubborn authentication prompts, and more.
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GarageBand’s Artist Lessons are lessons by actual musicians, and Apple is now offering them up for free. Want to download them? Here’s how!
Apple’s two-factor authentication lets you protect your Apple ID using your iOS device or Mac. Here’s how to set it up and ensure you don’t get locked out.
Did you know you can use your iPhone as an audio input device on your Mac? Here’s how to set it up.
Macbook keyboard not working? Here’s how to remove dust from your keyboard and other settings to check that can fix your issue.
Your Mac includes a free built-in tool for analyzing your home Wi-Fi network. Here’s how to improve your Wi-Fi with only your Mac.
Looking to take screenshots, record your screen, and create GIFs, then share them in two clicks? CloudApp can do this and more.
If your Mac won’t boot, you can use several methods to try repairing it. Here’s how to fix your macOS disk with Safe Mode, fsck, and more.
Want to search better on your Mac? Check out Alfred and the many tricks you can use for searching just about anything.
Our complete guide to macOS will show you everything you need to get started and comfortable with a brand new MacBook or iMac.
Tired of accidentally hitting Cmd + Q when you meant Cmd + W? This app will ensure you never accidentally quit another app ever again.
Our iCloud photos guide shows you how to access iCloud photos, how to delete photos from iCloud, how to download photos from iCloud, and more.
LaunchDaemons and LaunchAgents, which launch software automatically at login, can have a dark side. Here’s how to monitor them and keep yourself safe.
You might think deciding between a MacBook and iMac only comes down to portability. But there’s a lot more to deciding which is best for you.
You might think the Guest account on your Mac has no purpose. But that’s not true. Here’s how to set up your Mac’s Guest User and why you should.
Your Mac’s Target Disk Mode can quickly transfer files to another Mac or recover files from a damaged machine. Here’s how to use it like a pro.
If you’re dealing with Mac apps crashing, you should know how to troubleshoot these issues. Here the steps to take to fix problematic Mac apps.
Want to get Mac and iPhone apps on sale and track the best discounts on the App Store? These tips, tricks, and services can provide big savings.