In today’s tutorial, you will find out how to take screenshots on your Mac computer.
I use screenshots all the time. Even when writing this article I had to take one screenshot (picture below). Luckily, this task is very easy and you will do it in no time. Let me explain…
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In today’s tutorial, you will find out how to split screen on Mac into a few working areas.
I am sometimes puzzled at Apple. It is a brilliant company, no doubt about it, but occasionally their software lacks basic functionality. An example? No problem! The icons on iPhone home screen. You cannot put them where you want, they always follow each other without allowing empty space between. So annoying.
Another example? Yes, splitting screen and creating working areas on Mac. You need to manually drag and adjust each window separately. On Microsoft PCs, however, all you have to do is to use some keyboard shortcuts to perfectly split the screen.
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In today’s quick tutorial, you will learn how to quickly send pictures and other files for your iPhone to your Mac computer using AirDrop.
I send pictures to my computer all the time and before when I had an Android phone, I was usually attaching them to my emails and sending them to myself 🙂 Then, I would go to my PC, log on my Gmail account and go to sent folder. This worked fine but, luckily, there’s even an easier way to send files on Apple products. This way is called Airdrop. With AirDrop, you can instantly share your documents, photos, videos, and more with other Apple devices that are nearby. In this scenario, we will see how to send a photo from iPhone to MacBook but you can transfer files the other way around or to iPads or even iPods touch.
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In today’s tutorial, you will find out how to quickly customize the look of folders and apps on Mac by changing the default icons.
There was a question regarding this topic posted on our forum so I quickly found out and decided to create a small post out of it. Somebody has asked how to change Mail app icon and I am not sure if this is possible. The trick I discovered works for every app and folder but it does not work for Apps created by Apple. Mail is one of these apps and I think it is not possible to change its icon (if you know how to do it, please let me know in the comments below).
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I have recently bought MacBook and after using it for a few months I still find some features I want to change or tweak. These may be small little things like displaying time and date in format I like or, and this post is about it, changing the order of email replies in Mail app.
If you your Mail app for managing your emails, you will find that default option when reading an email conversation is, that the old messages are on top and the newest ones at the bottom. In other words, you have an opportunity to read all the email exchanges before reaching the latest response at the bottom. It may sense if you read emails of somebody from your team or suffer from memory loss, but for me personally it would be better to reverse this order and see the latest reply at the top. I usually remember the content of previous emails and even if I don’t I can quickly go back and read it.
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