Shlayer Trojan attacks one in ten macOS users
Learn how to use the free tools for encrypting files on your Mac that can keep your personal data and financial records secure from unwanted access.
Sending files from Android gadgets to your Mac
Bringing virtualization to your Mac
Pairing your AirPods with other Apple gadgets
What to do if you want to connect your Mac to TV?
How to Make the External Drive Detectable by Your Mac: First Things First
How to set and reset MySQL root password on Mac
How to hide the menu bar on your Mac
How to post photos to Instagram on a Mac
Get the most out of your Mac, Use Keyboard Shortcuts
Why to Set up and Use a VPN on your Own Mac
Protecting a Folder With a Password On a Mac
How to Use Option Key in Different Apps on Mac
How To Change A Default Browser
You might be wondering why you would want to boot macOS from a USB drive. Usually, if you needed to upgrade your Mac’s operating system, you’d perform a standard macOS upgrade via the App Store. But what if you need to upgrade multiple Macs? It’s much faster to use a bootable drive instead of going through the App Store process.
We all love keeping things neatly organized and a good calendar app is our best friend in this case. Calendars let us create appointments, set reminders, and in general, stay updated with everything that matters to us. Here's how to make sure your calendar is always synced.
To ensure that you never lose any of the digital “things” that matter to you, consider using multiple backup methods. In this article, we’ll review some of the best options you can use to backup your Mac.
We all love Macs for their simplicity – but our tastes and preferences may vary when it comes to the little things, like the cursor. Learn how to customize the size and appearance of your Mac’s cursor.