Within macOS, you can actually check the ink or toner levels in your printer without having to get up and walk across the room to the device (perish the thought!). We’ll tell you how in this Quick Tip.
Smart Folders are kind of a hidden feature of macOS, but can greatly help you manage and organize your files. Here’s how to get started.
AgileBits’ 1Password program is awesome. Simply awesome, and we love it. However, if you want the app to step aside on a particular website and no longer offer to save passwords there, we’ve got the trick of how to do that in today’s Quick Tip.
We’ve got a neat Photos trick for you in this Quick Tip—we’ll go over how to import items directly into any of your albums, without having to do that as a separate step. This works whether you’re importing from Finder or from your iPhone!
Just like in Safari, you can Show all Finder Tabs. This presents the tabs in a grid view that makes it easy to see content.
Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus has some more macOS Mojave features you might enjoy, including Finder Quick Actions.
For today’s Quick Tip, Melissa Holt’s got a really quick one that really saves some time. If you’re tired of checking the “all-day” box in Calendar to block off days, she’ll tell you how to do it faster!
You used to be able to view sleep and wake events via the Console, but that time has past. John F. Braun shows you how to do this with recent versions of macOS.
Having recently finished updating macOS Mojave For Dummies, Dr. Mac offers three of his favorite new Mojave features.
Along with iOS 12.1 developer beta 2, Apple released macOS Mojave 10.14.1 developer beta 2 on Tuesday.
James Dempsey worked at Apple for fifteen years before setting out on his own in August 2011. As a software engineer at Apple, he worked on iOS, Aperture, and macOS releases Leopard through Lion, including half a decade on the Cocoa frameworks team. He’s the founder of Tapas Software, developer of iOS and Mac software. We talked abut his “aha” moments in life starting with his college roommate’s Mac Plus in 1986. His dream to work for Apple was eventually fulfilled in 1996, and James described what it was like to be an Apple evangelist in those days. But James is also an accomplished comedian, vocalist, ukulele player and has a published album. He’s also routinely written special songs for WWDC each year. If you ever wanted to work for Apple, this show is must listening.
The first public beta for macOS Mojave 10.14.1 is out and ready to download.
Apple calls its Mac operating system macOS. But what does the OS think of itself?
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!
When you turn it on, it automatically deletes things when your Mac is running low on space. But it angers Andrew.
Andrew explains how he used Automator to create a Mac panic button. It automatically deletes certain files, then empties the Trash.
Apple released macOS Mojave on Monday with system-wide Dark Mode interface, Quick Actions in Finder windows, and more.
The new Mac versions of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote add support for macOS Moajave’s Dark Mode, the ability to record right in the apps, support for Continuity Camera; the iOS updates include animation features, annotation tools, support for Dynamic Type, and more.
If you have an opinion on professional Mac needs and get the opportunity to take this survey, please do so.
If you’ve got shared albums within iCloud Photo Sharing, then you may have wished you could take back a comment or two on someone else’s image. In today’s Quick Tip, we’re going over just how you can save yourself some embarrassment!