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What is a Purgeable Data on macOS and how to reduce it
Learn how to safely clear purgeable space, remove unnecessary files from your Mac and save some extra hard drive space.
How To Add Videos To iTunes
There are several different ways to add videos to iTunes on your Mac. Check them out.
How to Take the GRE Exam?
Learn the most important information about the Graduate Record Examination in this article.
n-Track Studio: a powerful Digital Audio Multitrack Recorder for your Mac.
Its all-in-one suite of tools lets you record, mix, edit, and export a track all from your Mac desktop. The app supports multi-track recording and can even handle live recordings, while also offering an extensive effects library and a lightweight, latency-free audio engine. Learn more about N-track Studio app.
A Simple Guide to Your Next Party Planning Checklist
Check out this party planning list and get ready for your next event. We share some great apps for quick organizing the perfect party.
How to write a graduate school personal statement
Determine your purpose in writing the statement - follow these tips to prepare and refine your story.
How to make an animated GIF
Animated images - known as GIFs - have been around for over 25 years. GIFs started to become mainstream in 2011 and since 2015 have become an increasingly popular way to share stories on social media, in private messages and even workplace emails.
Do you need to go to TechCrunch Disrupt?
TechCrunch Disrupt is an annual conference held in San Francisco, New York, and beyond—past events have been held in London, and in 2017 TechCrunch Disrupt expands to Berlin. Aimed at startups, TechCrunch Disrupt features the Startup Battlefield competition, a 24-hour hackathon, and Startup Alley, a place for early stage companies to show off their ideas.
How to access an external drive that's not recognized on a Mac
​Most of the time, when you connect an external hard drive to your Mac’s USB port, you soon see the external drive appear on the desktop. Apple likes to ensure these are easy to find, so they also appear in the left-hand column under devices, since Mac’s treat them the same way as another computer.
How To View And Kill Processes on your Mac
When your Mac slows down or starts behaving erratically, chances are its because an application that’s running, perhaps in the background, is misbehaving. Solving the problem is usually as simple as killing the process, but in order to do that, you need to identify it. Here’s how to view and kill processes on your Mac.