Have you ever had your applications disappear from…

Have you ever had your applications disappear from your Applications folder on your Mac?? Here is a quick easy fix to get them back. First, drag the Applications folder off of your dock (will be a puff of smoke). Second, access your Mac Hard Drive where you can see the Applications Folder and the apps … Continue reading Have you ever had your applications disappear from…

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Looking Up Your Mac’s Information

As owner of a Mac, it’s imperative that you can look up your Mac’s information such as current version of your operating system, storage, memory and much more.  Users like to upgrade their memory and hard drive, but prior to doing the upgrade, you have to know what the computer can handle.  Here are the […]

Night Shift

With the recent update to MacOS Sierra, users are now able to activate "Night Shift" mode on their macs.  Most users are familiar with this feature due to this already being installed and available through the iPhone.  When Night Shift is turned on, it changes the colors on the monitor to make it easier to … Continue reading Night Shift

MacOS Sierra Update 10.12.4

On March 27, 2017, Apple released the latest version of MacOS Sierra Update 10.12.4.  The latest update has the following features: • Adds Night Shift for automatically shifting the colors in your display to the warmer end of the spectrum after dark • Adds Siri support for cricket sports scores and statistics for Indian Premier … Continue reading MacOS Sierra Update 10.12.4

Looking Up Your Mac’s Information

As owner of a Mac, it's imperative that you can look up your Mac's information such as current version of your operating system, storage, memory and much more.  Users like to upgrade their memory and hard drive, but prior to doing the upgrade, you have to know what the computer can handle.  Here are the … Continue reading Looking Up Your Mac’s Information

Mac’s Grab Tool

After digging into the Utilities folder within Applications, Apple users will find a simple utility called "Grab".  In a previous blog post, I described and displayed how to take a screenshot on a Mac.  The Grab tool can do the same thing, the only difference is the user can choose the portion of the screen … Continue reading Mac’s Grab Tool

Where Should You Browse?

Today, you as a computer user have multiple options of choosing which internet browser to use.  Google Chrome, Safari, Opera, Edge and Mozilla are all decent browsers, with a little variety. From my view, Google Chrome is the best browser.  Not only is it fast, but you can link it to your Google account and […]