Since it contains a list of all the content you’ve ever bought with an Apple device, you can calculate how much you’ve spent.
NetBeans is a very useful IDE that supports many languages on the Mac. In the first article, John explained how to do the install. Here, in Part II, he shows how to get started writing and learning HTML.
Except for one, Andrew regularly use these apps so he knows they’re good.
WWDC isn’t the only conference going on in June. There will be alternative WWDC conferences going on, such as the popular AltConf.
eero added SQM, or Smart Queue Management to its WiFi mesh routers to help your network run more efficiently. Here’s how to enable the feature.
For today’s Quick Tip, Melissa Holt will walk us through creating a simple automated task within the iOS Workflow app…which is kind of like building stuff in Automator on the Mac. In other words, fun! And it’s a good way to learn the basics of automation, too. She’ll tell us all about it!
Optimize Storage lets you free up storage space by having the system automatically keep things in iCloud.
You’re in an HTML class. You want to write, test and debug your HTML without the fuss of running a separate web server. NetBeans allows you to do that. John shows us how.
You’ve probably gotten dozens of emails lately from companies about updated privacy policies. Here’s what you can do about that.
Here are the new features available as well as instructions on upgrading.
Time Machine now saves what are called local snapshots on your Mac’s internal drive; these can be used to restore files when your backup drive isn’t available or even to roll back your entire system. In today’s Quick Tip, we’ll talk about how to take advantage of them!
macOS does this with App Nap, but only when an app window is covered by another window.
Marco Arment has an app called Quitter that lets you automatically quit apps by creating a few rules.
The other day I wrote about a keyboard shortcut you can use to scroll in macOS apps. That key combo does work in Safari, but there is an additional combination you can use.
Your iPhone and iPad use Location Services to track places you go that it deems important to you. That’s either really cool, or super creepy, depending on your point of view. Here’s how to see the significant locations where your iPhone and iPad have tracked you.
A virtual machine environment on the Mac allows one to run a licensed copy of Windows or some popular distributions of Linux. John shows us how to also run macOS as a virtual machine guest OS inside macOS as a host.
As part of Global Accessibility Awareness Day, we want to provide some resources for accessible tools.
So you’ve downloaded files to your Mac. What’s an easy way to see where they came from if you forget? Or how can you tell where your dad got that pirated copy of Microsoft Office? In today’s Quick Tip, we’ll tell you how to see that info…and maybe help you call out your dad’s terrible computing habits.
If you prefer the Terminal over the GUI, or just want a different way to create and move files and folders, this is the tip for you.
There’s a particular key combination that lets you keyboard scroll through any macOS app. Here’s how to get started.