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El Capitan: Adjust Safari’s Reader Settings

9:15 AM, May. 24th, 2016 · · TMO Quick Tip

How to customize OS X Safari Reader settings

Under El Capitan, you can now customize Safari's Reader view, which'll let you read articles in the distraction-free way of your choice. Switch up the font! Change the background color! We're here to tell you all about it in today's Quick Tip.

iOS: Saving Images Out of Messages Conversations

9:10 AM, May. 19th, 2016 · · TMO Quick Tip

Save images from Messages on iOS

If you want to find a file or a picture that someone sent you in Messages under iOS, there's no need to scroll and scroll. You can access all of the attachments sent within a conversation in one place, and it's easy as pie! The details are here in this Quick Tip.

iTunes 12.4: Editing the Sidebar

9:10 AM, May. 17th, 2016 · · TMO Quick Tip

Customize iTunes 12.4's sidebar

iTunes just got updated, and version 12.4 looks a bit different. For one thing, we can use the sidebar again (whoo!), and for another, we can edit that sidebar to show only what we want it to (double whoo!). We've got the how-to right here in today's Quick Tip.

OS X: Making Your Mac Stop Ringing

8:00 AM, May. 13th, 2016 · · TMO Quick Tip


Is your Mac ringing when your iPhone does? Does it also ring when your Aunt Mabel attempts to FaceTime with you when she really meant to call instead? We've got your backs, dear readers. Today's Quick Tip is about stopping your Mac from receiving calls, so you can get some work done without stuff buzzing in your face every hour.

Gmail: Checking Your Account’s Security

9:10 AM, May. 11th, 2016 · · TMO Quick Tip

Today's Quick Tip is about your Gmail account and how you can make sure no one has accessed it recently or made changes without your permission. Luckily, Google provides an easy way to see where and when security breaches have happened, so let's check it out and be safe!

OS X: Figuring Out Forgotten Passwords

9:15 AM, May. 6th, 2016 · · TMO Quick Tip

How to find lost passwords on your Mac

There's a program called Keychain Access that keeps the passwords you've asked your Mac to store, and your browser may have a list of items you've saved, as well. In this article, we'll cover how to pull your data out of those programs to find things before you go through the trouble of resetting lost passwords.

Apple Watch iMessage Canned Responses Are Automatically Multilingual

6:24 PM, May. 5th, 2016 · · TMO Quick Tip

Como Estas?

Did you know iMessages on your Apple Watch can be multilingual for you? Adam Christianson noted (and told em) that if you get an iMessage in a language other than your primary language on your Apple Watch, the canned responses when you hit "Reply" will automatically be in that same language.

OS X: Turning Off Inline Mail Attachments

9:10 AM, May. 4th, 2016 · · TMO Quick Tip

How to view Mail attachments as icons

If you've ever wondered how to stop Mail from showing you images and PDFs right in the body of the messages you're composing, wonder no more. There's a Terminal command that'll let you turn that feature off, so if you want, you can always view your email attachments as icons instead. Melissa Holt's here to tell us how in today's Quick Tip.

Changing Your Wi-Fi Channel for Improved Speed

9:15 AM, Apr. 29th, 2016 · · TMO Quick Tip

This Quick Tip is about how you may be able to improve your network speed by analyzing what channel your Wi-Fi is on. If you live in a congested area, you might see dozens of wireless networks around you, which really isn't ideal for keeping your own network speedy. We'll talk about how to tell what channel you're using and several options for what to do if you find a problem!