Whether you type in multiple languages, or are simply looking to personalize your experience, this tutorial will show you how to customize your Mac's language settings at the system level, or for the keyboard.
Can't easily figure out the size of your folders in Finder? This tutorial will show you how to turn on a simple setting to have your Mac always show the folder size in Finder.
Learn how to easily find the Wi-Fi IP address of your Mac, iPhone, and iPad in this comprehensive tutorial.
Is your Mac taking forever to start up? In this tutorial, we list several solutions to fix the frustratingly slow startup process of your Mac with an Intel processor or an Apple silicon (M1, M2, etc.).
Whether you're a productivity geek or simply want to customize desktop, this simple Terminal command will help you achieve a cleaner and more organized Dock setup in no time by creating clear divisions between app icons.
Tabs allow you to view multiple Finder windows within a single interface, and they work very much like the tabs in your favorite web browser. You can easily break apart Finder tabs into their own separate windows or merge all tabs back into a single window. In this brief tutorial, we'll show you how to do both on your Mac.
When launching an app that is not already in your Dock, it typically disappears after closing it. This is ideal for occasional use, but inconvenient for frequently accessed apps. In this article, we will show you two easy ways to keep currently open and recently used apps in your Mac's Dock permanently so you can quickly access them at any time.
Learn how to create a new folder from selected files on Mac to organize your files faster, and optimize your workflow.
Here at iDB, we often use app icon images as featured images for our posts and videos. Thankfully, macOS provides a seamless method to easily copy app icons from your favorite apps and export them as standalone PNG or other format images. In the tutorial, we'll show you how to extract and save app icons directly from your Mac in just a few clicks.
Here are 18 simple yet important tips to protect your Mac so that all your files, documents, and sensitive data remain safe and do not fall into the bad hands.
QuickTime Player is a versatile application that comes pre-installed on Mac, with features that extend beyond basic video playback. In this article, we'll explore 17 things you can do with QuickTime Player on Mac to enhance your media experience and streamline your workflow.