Learn how you can view your Terminal command history, as well as clear your command history from being seen by unwanted eyes. If you’ve ever wanted to see a running history of all the Terminal commands you’ve used on your Mac, there is a simple command you can run.
For those of you that still use hard copies for all your important documents, or have physical business cards, photographs, whiteboards, and other important information that are looking for a way to digitize it and even modify it after the fact, Microsoft’s Office Lens app will be your best friend.
Office Lens, which is a free download from the App Store, allows you to scan these kinds of information and media and can create software versions of them to make sharing and editing easier so you can get rid of the filing cabinet taking up space in your home or office.
In this tutorial, we’ll give you some background on the app and show you how you can use it to scan and then edit documents in Word.
Some people have different needs from different web browsers. One may have a specific function that another does not. But, you may like them both for different purposes.
Browserism is a shortcut app for OS X that makes it possible for you to quickly switch between web browsers with just a click or the stroke of a key. We’ve got a full app review of Browserism for you below. Find out if it is right for you.
MacPaw, a fresh, independent developer behind the versatile and powerful CleanMyMac application, today unleashed a major update to CleanMyDrive.
CleanMyDrive is a free-of-charge Mac utility designed to help reclaim free disk space by cleaning the junk from your internal hard drives and external storage devices such as USB thumb drives, SSDs and more
The new and much improved CleanMyDrive 2 app boasts a completely redesigned user interface that lets you check disk stats, drag-and-drop files directly to any drive, automatically clean disks after hitting the Eject button and more.
With it, cleaning hidden junk that’s been clogging up your drives is easy and fun.