The macOS High Sierra public beta is now available for anyone who is interested in giving it a try before it is released to the public later this year.
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The history of the internet is littered with viral “challenge” videos — particularly in recent years. These “challenges” are often performed by younger internet users and uploaded to social media; and one such trend that serves as a prime example…
Apple’s default QuickType keyboard gets a one-handed keyboard mode in iOS 11, here’s how to toggle it on and off.
The iOS 11 beta is now available for anyone who is interested in giving it a try before it is released to the public later this year. Here’s how to install it.
In this “how to,” we’ll show you how to easily change your default Safari for Mac search engine from any of the big guys to one that respects your privacy a bit more.
If you’ve ever seen a word in an online article or other document that you’re not familiar with, it’s easy to quickly view a Dictionary definition.
Have you ever received a photo you really liked in an Messages conversation, but didn’t know how to save it to your device’s Photos Album?
In this how to, we’ll take a look at how easy it is to name your alarms in the iOS Clock app.
It’s easy to keep your Mac’s operating system and applications up to date. All it takes is a visit to the Mac App Store.
The iOS 11 beta offers a new “Smart Invert” option that inverts the colors on the display, but knows which areas to invert and which to leave the same, such as photos.
The iOS 11 beta, released on Monday, allows users to create a screen recording directly on their device. Here’s how to do it.
New Mac users might wonder how to put often-used apps, documents, and folders down into the Dock for quick access. Luckily, it’s quite easy. Here’s how.
The iOS Podcasts app allows users to adjust the playback speed of a podcast with just a few taps of a finger.
One great continuity feature is the ability to send SMS and MMS messages from both iOS devices and Mac computers.
While browsing the web in the Safari browser on your Mac, you occasionally may wander onto a page you wouldn’t be very proud to own up to.
Worried about websites tracking your every move? You forgot to use Incognito mode, didn’t you? Luckily, clearing cookies in the Safari browser takes just a few clicks.