Your typical Mac comes with a wide range of built-in keyboard shortcuts that can seriously boost your productivity and generally make using your Mac more enjoyable. However, when it comes to tweaking these built-in keyboard shortcuts to better suit your needs, by default macOS isn’t as flexible as some other operating systems. In this tutorial […]
Smartphone cameras have come a long way in recent years, to the point where digital camera sales have dropped off dramatically – and iPhones are no different. If you own an iPhone, then you pretty much have digital camera-worthy software and hardware within arm’s reach, all day, everyday. It’s no surprise then, that we’re all […]
Despite the fact that Apple seem to be on a mission to make each new MacBook lighter and thinner than the previous version, today your typical MacBook boasts an impressive battery life, to the point where you can expect to get a full day’s work from a single charge. But it’s human nature to always want […]
Split View is a new window management feature in El Capitan, that makes it much simple to run two apps side by side in full screen mode. Apple introduced what it called “Spaces” (in other words, virtual desktops) in OS X many years ago, and Split View is a natural enhancement that behaves almost identically on iOS too. […]
Has YouTube been running slow for you lately? Before the symptoms of Internet Streaming Deprivation (ISD, if you’re interested) lead you to hurl your PC at the wall in frustration, take a look at these 5 tips to put fast, high definition video back on the menu.
I often see many people with boring default Mac Desktops and Wallpapers. This selection of sites and apps will help you add a bit of individuality to your Mac.
Whenever you access a URL on the Internet your Mac checks the address against a list of IP addresses stored in the hosts file. Normally your Mac doesn’t find what it’s looking for in the hosts file and quickly moves on to resolving the web address via the DNS (Domain Name System) server.