You use a Mac for nearly everything but still need to run Windows software occasionally. Here’s how you can do that in 2023 on either an Intel-based Mac or an M-series Mac.
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Given the choice, should you use a native Mac app, an iPhone or iPad app, or a Web app that’s accessible in any standard Web browser? All have advantages, so the takeaway is that you should be ready to use whichever makes the most sense in the moment.
If you make phone calls in loud environments, you can now be heard more easily with iOS 16.4’s new Voice Isolation feature for cellular calls. The tricky part is enabling it in Control Center while talking.
Do you take temporary screenshots on your iPhone or iPad so you can message what your screen looks like to a friend? If you don’t want these images saved in Photos, read on for a tip about how to move them to the clipboard for pasting instead.
Do you have pictures that are difficult to find or make sense of in Apple’s Photos because they lack dates, titles, locations, and faces? That happens regularly with scanned snapshots, so we explain how you can efficiently add metadata.
The Mac’s Desktop is a great place for in-progress documents, screenshots, and other things you’re working on, but only if you can get to it easily. Read on for two little-known tricks for temporarily pushing windows aside.
When should you replace the Mac on your desk—or your organization’s Macs? There is no single answer, but we run down some variables that play into the decision and make recommendations for different use cases.
Do you struggle with clunky Web interfaces to cloud storage services like Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive? They’re easier to use when you install their Mac apps and access your files from the Finder. Learn how to get more from these services!
Want to give yourself a few more minutes to get to meetings on time? Use this little-known option to set the time displayed on your Apple Watch ahead by a few minutes.
HomePod Software 16.3 now supports Find My, which means you can ask Siri to locate one of your devices or a friend or family member who shares their location with you.