Managing the files on your Mac and sharing data between iOS devices and macOS leaves a lot to be desired. Enter Commander One, a Mac app that’s everything Finder wants to be, plus an iOS file manager, an FTP client, an archiver, a cloud-storage client and more—all rolled into one—with a double-pane interface that’s reminiscent of the legendary Norton Commander from the ’90s.
Inspired by Stacks for the Dock, Stacks for the desktop is a cool new feature in macOS Mojave that helps clean up your cluttered Mac desktop by automatically organizing your files into related sets, with custom grouping and sorting options, the ability to peek at a pile of files by scrubbing over a stack and much more.
Before you can move, copy, duplicate or make other changes to the files on your Mac, you usually have to select them first. Feel free to peruse and memorize these handy tips to master the art of making multiple file selections in macOS and increase your productivity.
Learn how to compress the size of a PDF file on a Mac. By using the free Preview app that comes with every Mac, we will take a PDF document and reduce its file size in just a few clicks. This tutorial walks you through the entire compression process from start to finish.
In this tutorial, we will learn how to share iCloud Drive files and documents, how to edit permissions for shared files, and how to revoke access to share documents. We will look at how to do all of that on iOS, Mac, and from iCloud.com.
Microsoft released a monster of an update today for users of its OneDrive storage app for iOS. Included in the lengthy list of features is support for iOS 11’s Files app, drag and drop, preview support for more than 130 formats, landscape mode on iPhone X and so much more.