How to access your calendar any time right from your Mac's Menu Bar? If you’ve ever felt like something was missing from your menu bar, this is that something. Here’s how to put the mini calendar to work.
You’ve known about the deadline for a while, but there’s always been something more important, like that video you were tagged in or that endless debate on Twitter. Now panic has set in. You can’t focus for long enough to get the project done, and it seems like you’re going to miss the cut-off.
Email is the cornerstone of working life in the 21st century. It’s made the instant transmission of information possible and completely reshaped the way we communicate. But this revolutionary technology has its flaws.
Most people use the PDF as it was designed for: to quickly and safely send information that the receiving party can’t change or edit. Of course, with modern PDF editors from Adobe and third-party apps, that’s no longer the case. By becoming editable, PDFs gained renewed value as a flexible communication medium.
Getting through your to-do list is no small task, especially when you don’t have an organizational system that works for you. Dozens of digital aids and apps promise results, but are often too bloated or unwieldy to help.
There’s nothing more frustrating than hunting down a single fact or figure in a hundred-plus page document. Except maybe hunting down a single fact or figure in a whole hard drive’s worth of documents. PDFs especially can be hard for your Mac’s standard search feature to handle. That’s where PDF Search comes in.