You have most likely already customized your Mac’s Dock with applications you use daily. However, if you feel that your Dock is cluttered and takes a lot of space, you can customize it from System Preferences to decrease its size. Alternatively, you can even set your Mac’s Dock only to show open, running apps!
Getting your Mac Dock to show only running apps will significantly tidy it up. And whenever you restart your Mac, you will be greeted with a tiny Dock that just has the Finder and Trash icons.
You can create any number of folders on your Mac, and you certainly have several of them. However, some folders are extremely useful, and you open them multiple times each day.
To make this process fast, you can bookmark Mac folders at various places like the Dock, desktop, menu bar, Finder sidebar, and more to open them instantly in one or few clicks.
This tutorial shows you five free ways to open your desired important folders at lightning speed on your Mac.
Telegram lets you share your device screen during calls. This makes it ideal for live classes, video presentations, business meets, etc.
Telegram's screen sharing works across platforms, which means you can share your screen no matter which device (iOS, macOS, Android, Windows) you or the participants are using.
In this tutorial, we show you how to share your iPhone or Mac screen with a single person or group on Telegram.
This tutorial shows you some free, quick, and simple ways to convert a Word document into a PDF on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.
Telegram allows you to upload a custom tone and use it as the notification(s) sound. You can set a fun, sweet, personalized tone for your specific contacts or channels to help differentiate the notification sounds and instantly know whose message you received simply by hearing the tone.
This tutorial shows you the quick steps to upload a custom tone and use it for all or selected Telegram notifications.
The Photos app on iPhone, iPad, and Mac lets you play beautiful slideshows of your pictures and videos. You can start a slideshow of your vacation photos or a wedding album and sit back and enjoy the images cycle through automatically.
To take things up a notch, you can also customize the slideshow with themes, music, or AirPlay it to a bigger display.
Follow along and see how to create a slideshow on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
At times, you might want to know your internet download and upload speeds on your Mac. This is especially true when you're trying to stream a video, make a video call, download files, or play online games, and the experience is subpar.
This tutorial shows you how to check your download and upload speeds, what's considered a good internet speed, and other helpful information.
When you create a Spotify playlist, the cover image is automatically made up of album artwork of the songs added to that playlist. If you don't like what you currently see, you can easily set any desired image as the playlist cover. Here's how to edit your Spotify playlist and use a custom image as the playlist cover picture.
Apple's handy Batteries widget doesn't support the AirTag, but you can follow these simple steps to check the current battery charge of your AirTag at any time.
FaceTime calls can become uncomfortable for the other person when your audio quality is poor, especially with a lot of unnecessary background noise. Thankfully, just like iPhone or iPad, your Mac has built-in mic modes to filter out and reduce background sounds on FaceTime audio and video calls. Here's how to use the Voice Isolation effect on macOS Monterey or later.
You can stream your favorite games to Twitch or just broadcast yourself talking and having fun, all from the Twitch app on iPhone, iPad, or Mac. This tutorial shows you how to live stream to Twitch with minimal setup and no cost.
Looking to broadcast yourself on YouTube? Here is how you can live stream to YouTube from your iPhone, iPad, Android phone, or computer.