Do you type on multiple computers and devices? Do you want fewer cables on your desk and prefer using a wireless keyboard and mouse? Then, you should consider the Logitech MK850 Performance wireless keyboard and mouse kit. This combo's superpower is that you can use it with up to three different devices wirelessly, using Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. If you are curious about this kit, and you want to see whether the Logitech MK850 Performance is a good buy for you, read this review:
The Terminal app is an emulator used to type commands on your Mac. macOS has a UNIX-based core and the Terminal allows you to travel from the outer world of macOS to the inner world of UNIX. Because this app is mainly used to change settings and to solve technical problems, the average Mac user does not really have many reasons to access it. Since you are here reading this, I assume you either need to use this app or you enjoy tinkering with your Mac. Without further ado, let's go through all the ways you can open the Terminal app:
Workgroups are the simplest way to link together a small number of computers and devices in order to make networking and sharing easier, making them ideal for your home network. If you want your laptop(s), desktop computer(s), printer(s) and other devices to share resources, they need to be part of the same workgroup. This tutorial shows how to change the workgroup on a Mac in just four steps:
NOTE: This guide covers macOS Mojave or newer. The features shared in our guide may not work on older versions of Mac OS.
A hard refresh completely reloads a web page, clearing your browser's cache for that specific page. The most recent version of that web page is loaded and displayed instead, and all the elements previously stored in your browser's cache (to make that page load faster) get downloaded again. A hard refresh helps if you want to see the latest changes made to a page, ensuring that your web browser does not display an older version. In this tutorial, we show you how to hard refresh websites using the most popular web browsers available for your Mac:
If you use YouTube on your Android device, iPhone, iPad, Windows PC or Mac, there is a way to reduce the battery consumption and protect your eyes from the intense white light of your screen. YouTube has introduced a dark mode for its app on all these platforms in the form of a Dark Theme, which looks good, and we like using. Here is how to turn on the Dark Theme in YouTube on Android, iOS, and Windows:
MacOS Mojave includes a new app called Screenshot, designed to unify the screenshot and screen recording features. The Screenshot app has an intuitive overlay interface and makes it easier than ever to make video recordings of your screen, whether you are creating tutorials or sharing your experiences with tech support. In this guide, we show you how to use the Screenshot app to record a video of the screen, on your Mac:
With macOS Mojave, Apple introduced what seems to be its most popular new feature: the Dark Mode theme. While personal preference definitely comes into play when choosing Dark Mode for your Mac, there are other benefits, like its higher contrast and dark colors, that
are supposed to reduce the strain on your eyes and help you focus on your work. When installing macOS Mojave, you get to choose between Light and Dark Mode, but if you change your mind later, or if your Mac is already set up, you can read this guide to see how to enable and customize Dark Mode on your Mac:
Installing new software on your Mac can be a confusing process when it comes to programs unavailable in the App Store, like Google Chrome. While the pre-installed Safari is perfectly adequate, some users prefer using Chrome as their web browser. Not only does Chrome have the advantage of being available on multiple platforms, which means that you can use it on every device you own, but it ties you into the Google ecosystem, making both your preferences and data readily available. Here's how to download Google Chrome for your Mac:
If you are suspicious about who has access to your Facebook account, it is a good idea to verify all the devices that are connected to it. You may have left your session open on another device, or someone might have hacked your account and is already logged in from a location you do not know. There is a simple way to check what devices are connected to your account and to remotely log out suspicious ones. Let's find out how to do this on your smartphone or on your computer:
Do you use your Mac to type in more than one language? Perhaps your keyboard layout does not match your chosen display language, or maybe you are just looking for another more comfortable input layout for your preferred language. Either way, changing the keyboard input layout on your Mac can be useful, especially when you need to use special characters for the language of your choice. Like most operating systems, MAC OS supports multiple languages and their accepted input sources.