Universal Clipboard lets you copy text, images, and videos from one Apple device and paste it onto another, as long as you're logged into both. For example, you can copy a text paragraph on your Mac and paste it on your iPhone. In theory, it sounds wonderful, and when it works, it does feel magical. But in case Universal Clipboard is not working for you between your iPhone, iPad, and/or Mac, this guide will help troubleshoot the problem.
In this Mac tutorial, we show you how to create a new volume using Disk Utility and erase or delete it if required.
This handy tutorial shows you how to copy iCloud contacts on your iPhone or Mac to Google Contacts.
Most people who want to query their network’s data speeds will fire up a web browser and load the speedtest.net website, or at least something comparable. But if you’re using macOS Monterey or later, then you can do this right from a Terminal window.
This tutorial shows you how to create a separate volume (partition) on your Mac’s internal drive to install macOS Ventura on it.
Using this method, you will have two macOS versions on the same Mac. The first volume will have the macOS you’re currently running (likely macOS Monterey), and the second volume will have macOS Ventura. You will be able to start up your Mac into either one.
You can create a bootable installer for macOS Ventura on a USB flash drive or secondary volume. This is useful if you want to install macOS Ventura on multiple Macs and don't want to download the huge 12 GB file every time on each computer.
In this tutorial, we show you how to create a bootable installer for macOS Ventura on an external drive.
Read the official macOS Ventura system requirements to confirm that your current Mac has the required hardware to run this macOS 13 update when it drops in the fall.
Are you unable to video call over FaceTime, Zoom, Skype, Slack, Microsoft Teams, or other apps from your Mac because the built-in camera or externally connected webcam isn't working? Follow along as we guide you through all the possible solutions to fix this issue and get your Mac's camera working again!
Unhappy with the default or current name of a paired Bluetooth device on your iPhone or Mac? You can change it easily from your device settings. Here's how to do it.
Shortcuts are handy and powerful automations that can get things done on your iOS, iPadOS, or macOS devices, but lets say you’re using your Mac and you want to trip off a shortcut like a pro — how would you do it? With Terminal of course.
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.