Do you have 2 lists of words and need to know which words are only in file 1, which are only in file 2 and which are in both? Your Mac can tell you in a flash, if you know what to do. Here’s how it works.
There always seems to come a time when you want to capture what’s on your Mac’s screen: as a picture or a video. There are plenty of ways to do it too. Here are a few of the best.
Use the Terminal to list all files, even those that are hidden because their name starts with a dot.
Three ways to obtain a list of all the files in a folder.
A few fun things to try using the Terminal and the Macs command line interface.