macOS’s Disk Utility makes erasing or formatting your external storage devices a cinch. With just a few clicks, you can reformat your disk, name it, choose a partition format, turn on encryption and more, here’s how.
With an iTunes or Apple Music gift card, you can buy apps and media, pay for your Apple Music membership, purchase iCloud storage and more. Here’s how you can redeem your gift card on iPhone, iPad, Mac, Windows and Android.
If you use Time Machine to keep a copy of your Mac files and the backup disk is running out of space, here’s how to delete old Time Machine backups to help clean up your disk and regain storage space on it.
Like the sound of a lighter, more content-focussed internet experience on your Mac? Here’s how to reduce the clutter and noise caused by pictures or ads in Safari, all the while saving you heaps of data as you go!
If you’ve renamed your AirPods as “AirPods” but they keep reverting back to the default “FIRSTNAME’s AirPods” name, you’re not alone. This simple workaround will let you use the “AirPods” name for your earbuds.
For reasons unknown, Apple has removed the ability to open your playlists in new windows from its revamped iTunes 12 software. Thankfully, the company brought back the feature with the iTunes 12.6 update, here’s how to use it.
Over time, web browsers accumulate data from your internet browsing. As this data becomes corrupted, sometimes you have to clear your browser caches. We’ll show you how to clear cache from Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.
If you use Photos for Mac, you may be wondering where the imported items are actually stored on your computer. In this quick tutorial, you will learn about how Photos manages your photo libraries and a few other nice-to-knows.
We will show you various ways to deal with Gatekeeper messages such as “This is an application downloaded from the Internet. Are you sure you want to open it?” and “This application can’t be opened because it was not downloaded from the App Store.”
Amid all the recent conversation about ISPs retaining the legal right to sell your internet usage data, many are contemplating their VPN options so they can mask their internet activity for increased privacy and security.
In this piece, we’ll talk about some of the best VPNs you can use, whether you’re handling an iPhone, iPad, Mac, or other device(s).
macOS Sierra 10.12.4 brought Night Shift to Mac. As you know, Night Shift debuted on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch with the release of iOS 9 nearly two years ago.
Like with iOS devices, macOS’s implementation of the feature automatically shifts your display’s colors to the warmer end of the color spectrum after dark, based on your computer’s clock and geolocation. This helps cut down on exposure to blue light, which is said to cause sleeping problems.
Your computer must meet certain hardware requirements in order to benefit from Night Shift. Here are the full Mac system requirements for Night Shift and how to find out whether or not your particular Mac model is compatible with this feature.