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How To Create, Change, And Delete Apple ID On Your Mac
My Apple ID is an Apple account used to store your settings and preferences, and most importantly as an Apple login, letting you access services like Apple Music, App Store, iMessage, FaceTime, iCloud, and many more. It’s essential for a smooth experience within the Apple ecosystem.
Quick guide to getting the most out of Apple News+
This guide shows you how works with both free and paid content on the News+, Apple's new magazine and newspaper subscription service.
How to Map Cloud Storage as a Network Drive
Learn on how to connect to Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, Amazon S3, Dropbox, FTP and WebDAV servers in Finder and work with online files the same way as with local ones.
How to connect PS4 or Xbox One controller to Mac
If you’re wondering how to use Xbox One controller on Mac, or the one from PS4, you’re in the right place. This article is about using Xbox One controller on Mac, as well as PS4, to play games like Overwatch, Minecraft, Eve: Valkyrie, House of the Dying Sun, Thumper, Elite Dangerous, and Star Trek: Bridge Crew (be warned: you might need virtual PC software for some of these titles).
Turn websites into customizable apps with Unite
Unite is an app for building apps with their own cookies and settings. It takes your website and transforms into a macOS app that you can easily edit, customize, and brand.
How to create a time-lapse video, step-by-step
Did you know the best way to make time lapse video? This guide is about the time-lapse recording and tips to do that by your Mac, iPhone or iPad
Unique AI features added to your favorite photo editor
Based on the power of Luminar – AI-fueled software for photographers, Luminar Flex is rich on effects that other editors often miss. From unique Luminar looks to AI filters with masks.
How to delete mail downloads from a Mac
For many of us, email is a necessary email. Email makes our student and professional lives significantly easier, as a way of sending and sharing information. Not everything can be sent in a text, Facebook or WhatsApp message, or using Snapchat or Slack.
Privacy doesn’t matter
Break free from your own echo-chamber. Absorb the world as it is by protecting digital data that belongs to no one but you.
Productivity is terrible
You aren't productive. You want to be. Reading about it won’t help. Reading about the tools to fix it and then using them will.