Check out three quick ways to install and set up Git on your Mac, from using the GitHub Desktop app to your Terminal.
If you’re getting started with software development on Mac, you probably need to learn how to install the Xcode Command Line Tools.
For those that love the command-line, here’s some of the best terminal emulators available for Mac, including free and paid options.
Wondering how to install and use Oh My Zsh on Mac? You’ve come to the right place as we’ll show you everything there is to know.
Read this quick guide if you want to know how to install Homebrew, also known as Brew, and the Xcode Command Line Tools on your Mac.
To truly add power to your power user game, you should learn how to use Terminal on your Mac. Jeff Butts walks you through the basics.
This week John and Dave find themselves trapped in the Terminal. Will your two favorite geeks escape? Press play to find out as they dig through a few Terminal commands, new and old, invoke some Shortcuts, talk about self-service repairs, empty the Trash, solve a draining battery, and more! You’re guaranteed to learn five new things or your money back!
A few days ago, a commenter in The Mac Observer’s Mac Geek Gab Forum shared a way to use the sudo command in Terminal and use Touch ID.
Starting with some of the best Quick Tips we’ve ever shared, your two favorite geeks roar through topics including measuring current, USB-C Flash Drives, solving Mail issues on iPhone, dissecting local storage usage, and much more. Press play and learn five new things with Dave and John.
Today is full of Cool Stuff Found, tips, and questions, with focuses on your charging and power usage as well as seeing behind the scenes of your iPhone. Of course, there’s always more with your two favorite geeks, including third-party AirTags, migrating email, and maintaining your Mac! Press play and join John and Dave in learning at least five new things!