Spotlight is a tool that lets you search through your Mac for files, folders, and other information.
There are multiple ways to find and launch Mac apps, and we’re here to tell you about 5 of them.
Note that this is used better with Spotlight. Siri doesn’t seem to be able to make use of file comments.
Dr. Mac offers you a peek at some of macOS 10.13 High Sierra’s more interesting new features, including his favorites from Photos, Safari, Spotlight, and more.
If you’re about to fly and want to know whether your plane is on time (or if you want to see if your friend’s plane has landed!), then macOS Sierra has a handy new feature you’ll like. This will let you use Spotlight to check a flight’s status, and it’s as close as a keyboard shortcut.
Now the Siri web search results will be the same, whether you search from Safari, Siri, or Search in iOS. The new changes will start rolling out at 9AM PT/12PM ET.
3D Touch on the iPhone has all kinds of helpful uses, and in today’s Quick Tip, we’re going to cover a handy way to use it with Spotlight to make even an unfamiliar device do your bidding! We’re all about not paging through tons of folders to find what we’re looking for, folks.
You might even find it easier than using an app.
It’s easy to make Spotlight searches on your Mac more specific with boolean operators and Melissa Holt shows you how.
Not everyone is experiencing this issue, but some have found that disabling Slack indexing makes Spotlight responsive again.
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 are looking for something specific on your Mac with Spotlight, you might get overwhelmed with the search results. Jeff Butts has become a Spotlight search pro thanks to a simple operator. Read along as he shows you how it works and some of what you can do with it.
Migrating Photos to a new Mac, managing and syncing your family’s photos, speeding up iOS Spotlight searches, fixing an unresponsive Digital Crown on your Apple Watch and resolving website loading delays are just some of the things you’ll learn from your two favorite geeks in this week’s show! Listen as Dave Hamilton and John F. Braun answer your questions and solve your problems.
Today’s Quick Tip will give you tricks on finding and opening files within macOS. If you’ve ever wondered what the fastest ways are to do that, then this article’s for you! (Or heck, if you just want to tell us in the comments that we forgot your favorite method, then that’s fine too.)