If one day you woke up but your Mac didn’t, it might feel like your life has stopped when you think about all the lost in-progress work, photos, documents, etc. Don’t worry — all you need to do is methodically follow a series of steps to bring your machine back to life.
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.
Sometimes you might want to save video from Twitter to your laptop for your next flight or simply to your phone to watch during your commute, since using data is too costly. Luckily, that’s not difficult to do if you know a few tricks.
Your Mac is a perfect Jobs-To-Be-Done machine if it has the right software on it. Unfortunately, this is never the case with a new Mac that comes with tons of obsolete programs. This is why the first thing you do is replacing native programs with your favorite apps.
With the release of macOS Catalina, iTunes — the go-to Mac video player for most people — is gone. Instead, Apple has broken it up into a few separate apps: Music, Podcasts, and TV, the latter being responsible for all the video content now.
Today, popular titles like Diablo III, PUBG Mac, and Civilization VI prove that gaming has never been better for Mac — even though games generally run faster on PC. That is, until GeForce Now for Mac has been introduced.