Private browsing protects your private information and blocks some websites from tracking your search behavior.
Like Siri, Dictation adapts to you. The more you use it, the better it gets at understanding your voice and accent.
Watch out though, this shortcut can be dangerous.
Andrew Orr tells us about a keyboard shortcut to bring up Mac emojis.
This is by no means an exhaustive list, and I’m sure there are plenty more hidden Option key shortcuts I haven’t found yet.
There is a keyboard shortcut that let’s you quickly see hidden files and folders.
Your geeks start with some tips: dealing with a bad key on your keyboard, restoring the proper album art after iCloud Music Library has done its part, and dealing with a damaged SD card. Then it’s on to some questions, like whether or not UPnP is dangerous for you or what to do when you hear your Mac’s fans running more frequently than you think is necessary. All this and more, just after you press play!
Andrew Orr has another cool tip from Reddit. Using a simple keyboard shortcut, you can use your Mac’s Spotlight to directly search using your default search engine. It saves you from manually going to Safari and searching from the address bar.
When you’re browsing the web, it’s inevitable that you’ll accidentally close a tab. Even if on purpose, you may still want to re-visit the page you were looking at. Instead of going into your Safari History, there is a quicker way to restore Safari tabs. Andrew shows us how he saves time when using Safari.