Best Spotlight Replacement Launchers for macOS

When some folks think about macOS, the first thought that comes to mind may be “closed-system.” However, this couldn’t further than the truth, as there are plenty of ways to break the walls of the system.

How to sync Google Calendar with Apple Calendar

The days of keeping a manual log of your calendar events is largely over. With smartphones, tablets, and the internet, your life can be digitally organized with ease and there are plenty of options.

15 AirPods Tips and Tricks to Get the Most Out Of Your Wireless Earphones

AirPods have got plenty of tricks up its sleeve. And in this post, we've compiled all the super handy tips and tricks for AirPods to help you use the wireless earphones like a pro!

How to open an external hard drive not showing up on a Mac

Is your external hard drive not showing up on your Mac? If your Mac doesn't recognise an external drive, or the hard drive won't mount, it can leave you unable to access the data. Here's what to do if you plug a hard drive or flash drive in to your Mac and it doesn't see it and it won't show up.

Toggle Dark Mode & Light Mode on Mac Quickly from Spotlight

Do you wish you could enable Dark mode or Light mode interface themes faster in Mac OS? Maybe you wish there was a keystroke to switch from Dark or Light mode on the Mac?

How to screenshot on a Mac

Here's how to screenshot on a Mac - also known as print screen or screengrab. If you are wondering how to Print Screen on a Mac - perhaps because you used to be a PC user, or if you are a seasoned Mac user but you've forgotten the key combination, want to do a timed capture, or wonder how screenshots work and how you can edit screenshots, read on... Soon you'll be able to take screenshots like a pro!

How to fix a Mac that won't turn on

Got a dead Mac or MacBook that just won't turn on or boot? Is your Mac stuck at the Apple logo? Is your MacBook refusing to restart? Whatever is preventing your Mac from starting up, follow these 10 simple steps to get it working again.

How to Enable Private Browsing in Your Browser

With the increase in awareness around personal data and how companies harvest it to sell, it’s no wonder that people are interested in ways to keep their online habits more private.

6 macOS Folders You Can Safely Delete to Save Space

When your Mac’s disk space runs low, you probably first look into your own user folder to delete files you no longer need. This includes files in Documents, Downloads, Desktop, and more. But despite your best efforts, you might not be able to free up enough disk space by checking these places.

5 macOS Folders You Should Never Touch (And Why)

macOS has a deep and nested folder structure, and a default macOS installation has many unfamiliar-sounding directories. The majority of users don’t ever need to touch these files.

Best smart home devices for HomeKit & HomePod 2019

We round up the best lights, locks, switches, thermostats, cameras and other smart home devices you can control with an iPhone, iPad, Apple TV or HomePod.

Top 7 Ways to Personalize Your Mac Desktop

Thanks to System Integrity Protection (SIP)—an Apple security feature—personalizing your Mac with deep system tweaks is not possible. But there are still other ways to spruce up your macOS desktop.

How to reset a Mac to factory settings

If you're having some issues with your Mac, planning to sell it, or passing it on to a relative, you're going to want to know how to wipe your Mac and reset it to factory settings. We show you how to reset a MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and any other Mac, including what to do if you need to do a factory reset without a disk.

9 Best iOS Productivity Apps To Get Your 2019

To be clear, “productivity” is a rather vague app category that can include a plethora of different apps. But for the average user, there are still some excellent “core” apps that can help you get stuff done.

Top 40 tips that make you love the Touch Bar

The Touch Bar is one of Apple’s most controversial innovations of recent years. Located inconspicuously at the top of the MacBook Pro keyboard, where the function keys used to sit, some users ignore it altogether. Others actively hate it.