How to use snipping tools on Mac
January 23, 2019
Screenshots have become so ubiquitous nowadays that we don’t give them too much thought anymore. Yet every day we use them to show, explain, and communicate. Whether it’s sending an image of a software bug to customer support, a quick how-to GIF to a colleague, or a heartfelt joke a loved one, screenshots help us enrich and liven up our daily communication patterns.
How to copy text from a picture
January 18, 2019
Sometimes you just need to copy text from an image. Maybe you want to grab a phrase from a screenshot, drop-down menu, error message, or pop-up window that doesn’t allow text selections. There are a few ways you can copy the text from images.
Force Quit: Is There a Ctrl+Alt+Delete Function for Mac?
January 14, 2019
How do you start Task Manager on a Mac? If you’ve recently switched to Mac from Windows, you’ll no doubt have wondered if there’s a Ctrl+Alt+Del equivalent for Mac. The answer is yes. And no. There’s no exact keyboard shortcut that performs the same task as Ctrl+Alt+Delete does on Windows, but you can achieve the same results on Mac, using different commands.
Web image optimization at its best
January 10, 2019
Image optimization is a must for website owners of all kinds. Take batch photo maneuvering and manipulation to the next level with these pro tips.
Rearrange, add, and remove menu bar items with ease
January 09, 2019
Without a doubt, the menu bar is one of Mac’s great features. It’s condensed, easy to tap into on the fly, and displays much-needed information in real time. But, with every new icon app added, things become a little more cluttered and usability takes another hit. Fortunately, it’s possible to edit the menu bar to rearrange and remove icons so that it’s able to suit your needs at any given moment. Read on for the best ways to make the menu bar on Mac truly yours.
How to access hidden files on a Mac
January 04, 2019
When you look at your desktop, or inside any folder for that matter, on your Mac you’ll see a number (one that will vary depending on how well-organized you are) of file and folder icons. What all of us have in common, however, is a huge range of system files that are hidden just out of view.