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How to block websites and apps on your Mac
Restricting access to apps and websites has been a feature on both Windows and Macs since the early days. Surprisingly, most people aren’t even aware this is a possibility or don’t use it as it seems to be too complicated to set up.
A Brief Guide to Making and Transposing Your Email Signature
Email signatures are 21st century’s business cards. Not so much in the sense of getting to know people, but rather looking them up later. They are considered good etiquette in any business conversation conducted over email and by now have become the default piece of information to look up when needing to get a hold of someone in your business life.
All-embracing content management
Meet AnyTrans, an app that handles all of your data transferring needs. Literally, all of them. No matter where your precious content is stored – iPhone, iPad, or iCloud drives – AnyTrans reaches into every corner.
CleanShot: No-clutter screen capturing
CleanShot customizes everything you capture, allowing you to make use of screenshots on the spot. Take a screenshot without any desktop icons in the background, add your own touch, and choose where it goes.
How to copy text from a picture
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?
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.
How to access hidden files on a Mac
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.
Keep Your Mac Menu Bar Tidy with Bartender
It’s the perfect way to add useful icons to your existing workflow: navigate your menu bar with hotkeys, manage updates, and search for particular app icons, all while maintaining a clear, straightforward menu bar. Here’s how to get really organized.
Dropzone: A comfort zone for your Mac
When you’re neck-deep in work, a small tool that automates routine actions can be a life-saver. Here’s how Dropzone, a drag and drop utility for Mac, solves the problem.
How to use Jump Desktop, a remote desktop utility for Mac
We’ve all been there: there’s a particular file you need to grab from our office computer, or maybe you left your laptop at a friend or family member’s house. Unless that document is backed up in the cloud, which you may want to avoid for various reasons, there’s no way to get it.