Have you taken a screenshot yet under Mojave? If you have, then you may have noticed a funny little floating thumbnail appear after you did. If you don’t like this behavior, come read today’s Quick Tip!
If you use Outlook on your Mac instead of Apple Mail, then it’s important for you to know that the program doesn’t empty its trash automatically. If you’d like to clear out old stuff within Outlook, then, come read this Quick Tip! We’ll give you plenty of options on how to do so.
Mac Geek Gab listener David has a tip for us, and it involves using Command + Tab to switch Mac apps. But he uses it in a different way.
This gives you an option to change the search engine, but also gives you a list of recent searches.
This is perfect if you want to get that Goldilocks-level of perfection.
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.
There’s a particular key combination that lets you keyboard scroll through any macOS app. Here’s how to get started.
It may not be much faster than using the mouse, but it can be useful if your mouse or trackpad isn’t working.
If your machine shipped with Yosemite, for example—and you’d like to wipe its drive and reinstall that version of the Mac’s operating system—there’s a keyboard shortcut for that! In this Quick Tip, we’ll tell you how to do so, along with giving you some other neat startup tricks.
You can navigate macOS with the keyboard using an accessibility feature called Full Keyboard Access.
It’s high time for some High Sierra chat, and chat is what your two favorite geeks bring! Installation help, app help, and some interesting tidbits round out that portion of the show. Then it’s on to some tips and glorious Cool Stuff Found submitted by you, our faithful listeners. Download, press play, and enjoy!
Here’s what you need to know to make your own custom keyboard shortcuts for Mac apps.
Using keyboard shortcuts in Apple Notes, you’ll be a productivity star in no time.
If these Mac keyboard shortcuts aren’t etched in your muscle memory, they should be.