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You can use your Mac's built-in calendar to set an alarm or a reminder for an event. Here's how to set an alarm on a Mac using the Calendar app.
You can find your AirPods' battery percentages in a few ways. Here's how to see the battery on AirPods from an iOS device, Mac, or your AirPods case.
How to change your account username on a Mac computer, if you bought a pre-owned Mac or otherwise need a name change
You can change your account username on a Mac computer in several steps, but the process isn't as straightforward as it sounds. Here's how to do it.
There are several ways to change your background on a Mac. Here's how to change your Mac's background to any image, through four different methods.
If you need to change the password on your Mac computer, here's a guide on how to change or reset it (if you've forgotten the original password).
I’ve been using Apple products exclusively for 12 years — here are 9 things I realized after giving them up for one week
I learned that products from Google, Microsoft, and other companies have plenty of advantages — but I won't be ditching Apple for good anytime soon.
You can zip any kind of files on a Mac to save yourself some storage space. Here's how to zip a file on Mac, and compress many files into a zip file.
System updates keep your Mac running smoothly. Here's how to manually update a Mac computer in two ways, if you've been putting off automatic updates.
How to open and use the Terminal app on a Mac computer, with a few basic commands you can use to take control of your operating system
Terminal is a versatile command line system that comes with every Mac computer. Here's how to open Terminal on a Mac, with a few commands you can use.
You should occasionally restart your Mac to help it run more efficiently. Here's how to restart a Mac in 4 different ways, including when it's frozen.