Bare Bones Software released BBEdit 12 on Thursday with improved search and editing, added color schemes, and more.
It’s official and right on schedule: Microsoft is no longer offering any support for Office for Mac 2011.
If you’ve never heard of the “grep” Terminal command, then you have to come check out today’s Quick Tip. Using this is a simple way to find lines in a text file that match a pattern you specify, which can make separating and cleaning up data a breeze!
Jeff Butts and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to welcome Twitterific back to the Mac, and learn how to use those extra speakers you have stashed away to make a surround sound system.
Twitterific was once one of the most popular Twitter clients on the Mac, but fell off the map a few years ago. Now it’s back as Twitterific 5 with a modern interface, support for multiple accounts, timeline syncing, and more.
You can get the App Store back in iTunes if that’s something you want, but you need to know where to find the special download on Apple’s website.
Your iPhone can serve as an audio input source for your Mac, which is handy if you need to play or record something on your computer that’s living on your iOS device.
Apple promised a way to block websites from cross-site tracking in Safari in macOS High Sierra and iOS 11. Here’s how to see if it’s enabled.
Mr. Otellini worked closely with the late Steve Jobs, and even appeared in an Intel Bunny suit during the keynote where Steve Jobs announced that the Mac was moving to Intel.
It’s not just an Apple problem, but it definitely bears some investigation and consideration.
If you decide macOS High Sierra isn’t for you and want to reinstall Sierra from the App Store, good luck because it isn’t there.
Apple released macOS High Sierra on Monday with HEVC video support, and in the afternoon followed that up with an iMovie update that can import the new format.
Before upgrading to macOS High Sierra it’s a good idea to see if the apps you rely on are compatible. Check out TMO’s list of some popular apps and how they hold up under Apple’s latest operating system.
To make a long story short, everything should work fine for most users, with just a few “gotchas” to be aware of.
John Martellaro and Dave Hamilton join Jeff Gamet to help you get ready for macOS High Sierra.
It’s time to grease up your internet pipes because macOS High Sierra is ready for download.