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Tutorials, articles, news, or product reviews for users of Mac computers with macOS installed. If you are a Mac user, here’s what you can learn from us.

What is DNS over HTTPS or Secure DNS lookups? Enable it in Google Chrome!

What is DNS over HTTPS or Secure DNS lookups? Enable it in Google Chrome!

Did you hear about DNS over HTTPS? Do you want to know what DoH is? Why this new security standard that encrypts DNS requests is important, and why you should use it? In this guide, we answer all these questions, and show you how to enable DNS over HTTPS in Google Chrome, which is the most popular web browser today. There's plenty of ground to
5 ways to Cut, Copy, and Paste text on a Mac

5 ways to Cut, Copy, and Paste text on a Mac

The basic commands Cut, Copy, and Paste are essential in any operating system. On a Mac, these commands are not that different from the ones in Windows, especially when it comes to text. This guide illustrates all the different ways in which you can Cut, Copy, and Paste text on a Mac and everything there is to know about these commands on macOS: NOTE:
The complete guide to selecting text on your Mac

The complete guide to selecting text on your Mac

Selecting portions of text can come in handy in a variety of situations. Whether you need to highlight some text to better focus on it, or want to copy or cut it in order to paste it somewhere else later, knowing all the ways you can select text can save you precious time and enhance your productivity. In this tutorial we show you all the
5 ways to Cut, Copy, and Paste files and folders on a Mac

5 ways to Cut, Copy, and Paste files and folders on a Mac

Cut, Copy, and Paste are basic commands that help you multiply and organize files and folders on your computer or device, making you more productive and efficient. On a Mac, finding a way to copy and paste files and folders is pretty intuitive. However, when it comes to cutting and pasting, the process is not as straightforward, because, on a Mac, you first Copy content,
3 ways to connect to Wi-Fi on a Mac

3 ways to connect to Wi-Fi on a Mac

Knowing how to connect your Mac to a wireless network can come in handy in a variety of situations. Maybe you just got a new device running on macOS, or you want to connect your MacBook to the Wi-Fi in your favorite coffee shop. Either way, this guide aims to give you all the information you need to connect your Mac to any wireless network.
Where is the Wi-Fi icon on a Mac? How to enable it or hide it

Where is the Wi-Fi icon on a Mac? How to enable it or hide it

Just like its name, which comes from a pun on the word hi-fi (high fidelity), the Wi-Fi icon is recognized universally, and users look for it instinctively on their computers and devices. But what if the Wi-Fi icon is missing from your Mac? How can you enable it? Or maybe you don't use it that much and want to hide it? Here is how to
How do I connect a Bluetooth mouse to my Mac?

How do I connect a Bluetooth mouse to my Mac?

The mouse is a big part of how cozy your experience is when you are using your computer. The more time you spend in front of your iMac or your MacBook, the more you realize that comfort is your biggest priority, so connecting your favorite mouse to it is the next logical step. But what if the mouse of your choice is not Apple's default
How to right-click on a Mac

How to right-click on a Mac

Right-clicking is an integral part of using any operating system, as it brings up the useful contextual menu which you can use to perform different actions. One of the biggest shocks for Windows users when switching to a Mac must be the mouse, which does not appear to allow you to right click. There are however ways to get this feature so let's see what
How do I open Terminal on Mac? (3 ways)

How do I open Terminal on Mac? (3 ways)

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
How to change the Workgroup on a Mac, in 4 steps

How to change the Workgroup on a Mac, in 4 steps

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
How to Hard Refresh in your browser, on a Mac (Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Opera)

How to Hard Refresh in your browser, on a Mac (Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Opera)

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
How do I enable dark mode on YouTube?

How do I enable dark mode on YouTube?

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
How to record the screen of your Mac with the Screenshot app

How to record the screen of your Mac with the Screenshot app

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
How to enable the Dark Mode Theme on your Mac

How to enable the Dark Mode Theme 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
Google Chrome for Mac: How to get it!

Google Chrome for Mac: How to get it!

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,
How to change the keyboard input language on your Mac

How to change the keyboard input language on your Mac

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
Change the display language on your Mac from English to another language

Change the display language on your Mac from English to another language

Like most operating systems, macOS supports multiple display languages you can choose from. While you are prompted to choose a default system language on the initial system start, you can change this at any time and have the system display menus, app windows, and other system features in the language of your choice. In this guide, we show you how to change to a new
How to Install Windows 8 on a Mac running OS X Mountain Lion

How to Install Windows 8 on a Mac running OS X Mountain Lion

Although I'd known for a while that one can install Windows on an Intel-powered Mac, I didn't think I had much reason to try it. But then I sat down and actually read the directions for using the Mac utility named Boot Camp, and quickly realized that installing Windows 8 would not only be easy, it would also be an answer to my problems with