When you put files and folders in the Trash on your Mac it feels as though you’ve removed them from your machine. But you haven’t — they’re quietly sitting there out of sight sucking up space on your hard drive. Here’s what’s going on and a handy tip that means you’ll never have to remember to empty the Trash again.
Do you know all you need to know about using Safari on your Mac? You may be surprised by the useful features you’re missing out on. Read on to find out if you should learn more.
If you have more than a couple of files to rename then A Better Finder Rename is an app you’ll find very helpful. I use it frequently. Here’s an intro to the app, showing how to make filenames lower case.
Moving around a long document can mean a lot of scrolling, unless you know the shortcut keys to use. Here’s what you need to know to go quickly to top or bottom, or up or down a page at a time.
In noisy surroundings it may be hard to hear the audio on my Mac — that’s annoying if I try to watch a video while cooking dinner, for example. Even turning the volume to maximum may not be enough and headphones or speakers may be inconvenient. But there’s a way to boost the volume beyond maximum. Here’s how.
Have some fun this holiday season showing TV, movies, slideshows or other material from your Mac on your TV screen. You need a special cable and these setup Tips to do it.