When you’re browsing the web in Safari on your iPhone, the browser tracks information about your browsing habits.
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When you’re browsing the web in Safari on your Mac the browser tracks quite a bit about your browsing habits.
Wouldn’t it be great to get a visual alert of incoming calls and notifications when your iPhone is set to silent?
Before getting rid of your old Mac, you’ll want to wipe the hard drive completely clean, and install a fresh version of macOS on it. Here’s how.
Here’s how to quickly get the definition of a word while you’re typing on your Mac.
Have you ever gotten lost while browsing 12 folders deep on your hard drive in a Finder window on your Mac? Here’s quick way to tell exactly where in the directory you actually are.
Worried about your youngster getting hearing damage from listening to their music too loud? Here’s how to set a volume limit on their iOS device.
Here’s how to switch between multiple tabs in Safari on your Mac, without ever needing to touch your Mouse or trackpad.
Airplane Mode shuts off your device’s cellular, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth radios. However, passengers are still allowed to use in-flight Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for headphones.
With just a few short terminal commands, you can easily change the format of your screenshots on your Mac.
Concerned your ISP might sell your browsing habits? Here’s how to use the Opera browser’s built-in free VPN on your Mac.
With the release of macOS 10.12.4, Mac users gained the ability to take advantage of Night Shift, which adjusts the Mac display to a warmer color in the evening hours.
Here’s how to quickly set Safari, Chrome, Firefox, or Opera as your default browser in macOS.
If you’d like to quickly find out if any of your favorite apps is in need of a 64-bit upgrade before ioS 11 is released, here’s how.
Can Mac users enjoy the Live Photos they’ve taken on their iPhone on their Mac in all their animated glory too? The answer is yes! Here’s how.
As long as you haven’t already emptied the Trash on your Mac, there’s an easy way to restore a Trashed file back to its original folder!