Dr. Mac has gotten over his fear of coding with Swift Playgrounds on his Mac and iPad, and his biggest takeaway is that it’s not longer just for kids.
Now that everyone is doing it, Dr. Mac has some tips for making your streaming videos look better and more professional.
Dr. Mac is back with more things to try when good Macs go bad…
After more than three decades as a Mac user, trainer, and troubleshooter, Dr. Mac has seen and resolved more Mac snafus than most. Here are some things he recommends you try when a good Mac goes bad…
This thrilling episode (#395 for those keeping score) offers up a trio of inexpensive utilities Dr. Mac uses regularly to speed his workflow and keep his Macs running smoothly.
Dr. Mac says, “If you only buy apps from the Mac App Store, you’ll miss out on many useful, reasonably priced, and effort-saving Mac apps.
Dr. Mac is frequently asked for advice on adding storage to a Mac, so he distilled his thoughts into a checklist to help you decide on your next storage upgrade.
Dr. Mac offers food for thought in a column you might want to read before you install a beta operating system on any device.
Dr. Mac has been a fan of Setapp (the Netflix of Mac apps) since it was introduced and thinks it’s a fantastic value, allowing you to use any or all of its 180+ high-quality apps for just $9.99 a month.
This week Dr. Mac raves about useful shortcuts with the Mac’s Option key.
Dr. Mac separates the wheat from the chaff, detailing what mattered (to him) after Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference last week.
In the thrilling conclusion to last week’s mind-mapping column, this week Dr. Mac talks about four macOS mind-mapping apps.
This week Dr. Mac describes a brainstorming technique called “mind-mapping” and explains why he’s so fascinated by it.
Dr. Mac has a few more quick and easy tips that will help you do more work in less time when working from home.
Dr. Mac continues his gift suggestions for geek dads and grads with two more music-related gifts and two great power and charging-related gifts.
It’s that time of year again and Dr. Mac has you covered with his annual guide to geeky gadgets guaranteed to gratify the geeks, dads, and grads you love.
This week Dr. Mac shows you how to produce broadcast-quality streaming video with multiple input sources (cameras, videos, your desktop, etc.), beautiful transitions and fades, scrolling credits, titles, lower-thirds, onscreen crawls, and more.
Dr. Mac has been live-streaming video since time immemorial—here are some tips he’s developed over the years to make his live streams look cooler and more professional.
Dr. Mac really likes Parallels Toolbox, which includes more than 30 different tools for macOS (and/or Windows 10) for $19.99/year.
Dr. Mac says some of the bright spots in this dark time are formerly paid services and apps now available at no cost for a limited time in response to the crisis and shares a handful of his faves.