macOS

How to Add a Shortcut to a Website in the Dock on Your Mac

If you happen to have a website that you frequently visit and you would not like to type it in the address bar each time you wish to visit it, you can just save it as a boomark in your browser. That way, the next time you want to visit that website ...

How To Turn On Airdrop on Mac To Transfer Files

AirDrop is a feature that Apple introduced on iPads and iPhones running iOS 7. This feature had already been available on Apple’s MacBook long before that. However, since MacBooks did not possess the technology required, i.e. they did not use ...

How to Use Fn Key as the Regular Fn Keys on Your Mac

The top panel on your keyboard that contains various keys with the labels as “F1, F2” are called function keys as they let you trigger various functions on your machine. On a Windows computer, you can just press the desired function key and it will ...

How to Use Repeat Reminders on Mac and iOS

The Reminders app on both Mac and iOS is a great way to remind you about the tasks that you’re supposed to do. For instance, if you want to go for grocery shopping at 5 PM today, you can just set a reminder for that and the app will remind you at ...

How to Change the Default Downloads Folder for Safari on Mac

Every browser that you have on your Mac has a folder where it places all of the files you’ve downloaded. For example, the Safari browser places all of the files you’ve downloaded using it in the Downloads folder located on your Mac. It’s the default ...

How to Zoom Out or Zoom In on Mac (Macbook Pro, Macbook Air, iMac)

Having trouble zoom out the tiny details on your Mac’s screen? Or maybe your eyes aren’t what they used to be? Whatever, the reason, it seems that you are in need of the macOS’s screen zooming feature. This feature allows you to zoom out or zoom in ...

How to List User Accounts Using Terminal on Your Mac

User accounts on a Mac can be accessed from the System Preferences panel that you launch using the Apple logo in the top-left corner of your screen. However, sometimes you’ll want to list out all the users on your Mac in a Terminal window. There ...

The Advanced Guide to Making the Most of Spotlight

Spotlight is the Mac’s built-in search engine that enables you to find quickly and open any document, photo, or application. Its interface is so easy to use—it’s just a floating text box you can type in—that it’s easy to overlook the powerful ...

How to Automatically Change Wallpaper on MacOS

Looking at the same wallpaper every day can be dull. When you first put it up, you loved it and thought that you would never get tired of it. Time passed, and all you can think of is changing that wallpaper on your Mac. Even if you change it, the ...

How to Deauthorize a Computer That Uses Your Apple ID

When you buy a new computer and you have an Apple ID, what you do is you connect your Apple account to the iTunes app on your computer so that everything that you buy or download is instantly available on your new computer.While everyone does ...

Jazz Up Your Mac’s Folders and Apps With Custom Icons

The default blue Mac folder is itself a beautiful piece of design. Its minimalist shape is distinct enough to be recognized instantly; its shade stands out from any background yet doesn’t call attention to itself.But if you have lots of ...

How to Install macOS Sierra Without Joining Public Beta

Yesterday, Apple launched the Public Beta Program for anyone with an Apple ID to download and test-run the latest versions of MacOS Sierra and iOS 10 to provide Apple with feedback. Before that, only users who subscribe to Developer Accounts could ...