We can’t imagine our Macs without cameras anymore. But as any tech customer support specialist will tell you, they also create the most common issues customers complain about. Although Mac camera not working is no doubt upsetting, it’s luckily quite easy to fix on your own in most cases.
The most obvious Mac photo and video management solutions are native to Apple, using the Photos app and iCloud Photo Library. But there are plenty of third-party apps that in some cases provide even more flexibility for your workflow.
To this day, there are plenty of reasons to switch email providers or just let old email addresses slowly gather dust. Below is a rundown on how to delete a Gmail account and what to use instead if you’re looking for a change.
As remote work and other teleconferencing solutions become more common, figuring out the right screen sharing software is all the more important. This guide will help you find the best screen sharing app to solve your exact problem.
The two factor authentication process that Apple initiated a few years ago has become commonplace by now, but you might choose to reduce this complexity and turn off two factor authentication from your account for a variety of reasons too.
You should always sign into your Google Docs when you don’t have a stable internet connection if you need to make any changes to your files, but how do you do this? If you’re wondering how to edit Google Docs offline, there is indeed a way to launch your files without any WiFi.
With Google Drive, you can create and edit documents online. But if you rely on Drive for files backup and sync, it’s much more convenient to use the app. To start using Google Drive on Mac, the first thing you need is a Google Drive account.
By changing default apps to the ones you prefer, you’ll have more control over how you work with your files and be able to skip the headache of re-opening files with a new app every time, saving you precious minutes. Thankfully, changing default settings is fairly easy.
A number one cloud-based storage system today, Dropbox essentially made storing data online mainstream. This app simplifies syncing files across different devices and offers an easy way to share photos, folders, or send large files (i.e. too large for emails) to others.