Is Your Mac or Apple Product Considered Vintage or Obsolete? Macs—and Apple products in general—tend to last a long time. It’s not unusual to see someone happily using an eight-year-old MacBook Pro. As much as it’s environmentally responsible to use electronics as long as possible, doing so may reduce your productivity or leave your business… Continue reading Understanding What “Vintage” and “Obsolete” Mean for Apple Products
Did you know you can create your own Mac keyboard shortcuts? Learn how!
Is your Mac suffering from an infestation of menu bar icons? Sure, the Wi-Fi menu is essential, and many others can be helpful. But if you have too many, or they’re in random order, finding one when you need it can be frustrating. You can employ two techniques to increase the accessibility of your menu bar icons:
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Want to share your computer, but not your data? Learn how to set up a “Guest User” on your computer.
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Heads up! If you’re using an older 15-inch MacBook Pro—the version with lots of ports that predates the current Thunderbolt 3 models—Apple has started a recall program to replace batteries that could explode and catch on fire.
Apple’s Batteries widget is a little known, very useful tool to check which of your small Apple devices is lowest on power. This can be particularly helpful if you are traveling and only have one charging cable. Learn how to access this tool.
At Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference, the company unveiled the next versions of all its operating systems. Here is a summary of the announcement and our thoughts…