At its Worldwide Developer Conference keynote, Apple announced a boatload of new features that we’ll see in macOS 12 Monterey, iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and watchOS 8 later this year. Here are the ten features we think you’ll most like.
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We recommend you delete the QuickBooks app due to the fact that Intuit has stopped updating it. You can continue to access your account via browser.
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.
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.
Annoyed by the constant onslaught of Web ads? We explain the economics behind online advertising and offer practical tips for limiting the number of ads you see while not breaking other sites.
If you have been collecting fonts forever, you likely have some PostScript Type 1 fonts. Those will soon stop working in Photoshop. Here’s how to move on.
If you think you have to pay for a pricey copy of Adobe Acrobat DC just to add and remove pages from PDFs, annotate documents, redact text, fill PDF forms, and sign documents, think again. Preview can do all that and more for free.
Because Adobe will no longer be addressing security vulnerabilities in Flash with updates, Flash Player now prompts users to uninstall.
Running into file compatibility problems when colleagues have older or newer versions of Adobe’s Creative Cloud apps? Here’s how to downgrade so everyone can stick with older versions.
Lose a document window for a particular app? Try this trick.