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.
Apple on Wednesday released Safari Technology Preview 33, a new version of their experimental web browser, first released in March 2016.
Apple on Tuesday released updates for its “iWork” productivity apps on the iOS and Mac platforms. The update brings new features to Pages, Numbers, and Keynote.
Apple has posted the compatibility lists for macOS High Sierra, and iOS 11, which were both released earlier this week in beta form.
Apple has already pulled the plug on 32-bit apps in iOS with the release of the iOS 11 beta. Now comes news they’ll do the same on the macOS platform.
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Apple debuted their upcoming macOS High Sierra update for the Mac on Monday.
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.
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.
Apple today announced a new app development curriculum aimed at high school and college students who are considering pursuing a career in the app economy.
This how to will show you how to enable Accessibility features for the apps that are installed on your Mac.
As of June 15, 2017, Apple will require app-specific passwords for third-party apps that access iCloud accounts. Here’s how to create one.
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Have you ever had to enter a complex password to join a Wi-Fi network? macOS Sierra provides an easy way to see the password as you enter it.
New User How To: Today, we’re going to look at how to use Folders (directories) on the Mac.
This short “how to” will show you how to toggle the macOS Dashboard on and off, how to control how it’s displayed, and how to close it when it’s displaying.