Home Tags MacOS

Tag: macOS

Microsoft’s newest internet browser is fast and finally does the things that makes Google’s Chrome so popular — here’s how to ...

It's basically Google Chrome dressed in Microsoft clothing, and it could actually make you think twice about immediately downloading Chrome.
It might be a good idea to clear your Google search history on your Android device to ensure your privacy.

Android users who are jealous of iMessage need to know about Google’s ‘Messages for web’ service, which lets you text from almost an...

Google's Messages for web lets Android users text from almost any computer, even Apple Mac computers and laptops.

Apple is offering a discounted annual subscription for its new video game service, Apple Arcade

Apple Arcade is now offering an annual subscription for $50 per year, matching the pricing of Apple TV Plus.
There are two main ways to find files on your Mac.

How to find any file on your Mac computer in 2 easy ways, and never go hunting for a lost file again

There are two easy ways to find files on your Mac: with Finder's search function, or Spotlight. Here's how to use both.

How to turn off AirDrop on your Mac computer, so no one can send you unwanted files

You can turn off AirDrop on your Mac easily, simply by going to the AirDrop menu in your Finder and setting your visibility to "No One." Here's how.
Holding the command and tab keys simultaneously will show you all apps currently running.

How to quickly switch between windows on your Mac computer using 4 different shortcuts

You can quickly switch between windows on your Mac with a few keyboard shortcuts, as well as one involving the trackpad on a MacBook.
There are several ways to stop the "spinning wheel" on your Mac.

How to stop the ‘spinning wheel’ on your Mac computer in 2 ways

To stop the "spinning wheel" on your Mac, you can Force Quit the application that's causing it or force restart your computer. Here's how to do it.

How to log out of your iCloud account on a Mac computer

You should log out of iCloud on your Mac if you plan on getting it serviced or letting someone else borrow it.
Deleting Steam on your Mac only takes a few minutes.

How to delete the Steam gaming application on your Mac, and make sure it doesn’t leave any data behind

You can delete Steam on your Mac easily — however, you can't just drag it into the trash. You'll need to find a folder called "Application Support."
You can use the Stickies app on your Mac to place sticky note reminders on your desktop.

How to disable Siri on your Mac computer through System Preferences

You can disable Siri on your Mac through your System Preferences. Siri is Apple's virtual assistant and is available on nearly all Apple devices.