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.
It brings new features like built-in audio recording, improved Smart Annotations, and adding mathematical equations using LaTeX and MathML.
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.
Optimize Storage lets you free up storage space by having the system automatically keep things in iCloud.
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.
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.
So you have more than one email account in Mail, and all of a sudden you have a deluge of notifications?
The company has unveiled two Windows 10 iOS apps that will make it easier for your iPhone to work with your PC.
Need to delete every single photo and video you have? No problem! Andrew Orr found a way to do just that, and it only takes a second or two.
It may not be much faster than using the mouse, but it can be useful if your mouse or trackpad isn’t working.
Whether you want to achieve Inbox Zero or just want to delete a large amount of emails at once, this tip is for you.
The app is written in the Swift programming language and it feels like a natural part of macOS.
These shortcuts are taps that do different things, and makes your television experience better.
Pages documents stored in iCloud will be updated and synced with your annotations across all of your devices.
For another quick tip, if you don’t want to hide an app, but want to minimize it using the keyboard, press Command (⌘) + M.
This will show you how the time, how many hours or days of uptime, number of users, and CPU load averages.
Watch out though, this shortcut can be dangerous.