Are you incurring technical debt by running ancient apps on elderly hardware? It might seem like a cost-saving move, but it’s usually a false economy based on the loss of productivity, unscheduled upgrades, and higher support costs.
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Format painting is tiring. Learn how to use keyboard shortcuts to paste your desired text and automatically match the text around it.
It’s frustrating when your mask prevents Face ID from unlocking your iPhone, but Apple has now come to our rescue with iOS 14.5 and watchOS 7.4, which can automatically unlock using your Apple Watch.
Resist the urge to post a photo of your vaccination card on social media. The cards include personal info that could be used to steal your identity.
When sharing your screen online, would you be embarrassed if your clients, colleagues, or bosses saw what’s on your Mac—your desktop picture, screen saver, browser tabs, email notifications, or Messages conversations? Here’s what to watch out for.
Find out how to expand a document’s file name, and reveal the proxy icon and the drop-down menu.
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Apple’s “Spring Loaded” event was indeed loaded with announcements, including the M1-based 24-inch iMac, M1-based iPad Pro, AirTag item tracker, updated Apple TV 4K with redesigned Siri Remote, and more.
Ever wondered if there’s a way to see the spaces, tabs, and returns that are typically invisible in your word processing and page layout documents? There almost certainly is—read on for our guide to the most popular Mac apps.
Not digging Big Sur’s translucent menu bar? Reverting to the MacOS’s traditional opaque menu bar is simple. Learn how.