Trello, the popular browser-based project management tool, is coming to the desktop for both Mac and Windows users. More Reading:
Tag Archives | macOS
Time Machine is a backup feature in macOS. Learn how to set it up so you can back up files or your entire Mac and perform a system recovery if needed.
This tip lets you view web pages as if you were using a different web browser, or even a different device.
Handoff in macOS and iOS lets you move activities between devices. In this article, we show you how to set up, use and troubleshoot it.
Need to create a simple partition in your favorite desktop operating system? This article shows you how to do it in Windows 10, macOS and Linux.
CrashPlan, the backup service from Code42, announced it will no longer support Home subscriptions. Here’s a look at alternatives.
Looking for a detailed guide that can help you migrate from Mac to Windows 10? This guide will show you all the steps.
All network computing devices have a unique, hard coded address called a MAC address. Here’s how to find it on all your various computing devices.
Missing the Apple key on your third-party keyboard? Here’s how to get it back.
Desktop operating system’s like Windows 10 and macOS include system-wide support for Emoji if you know how to enable them. Here’s how to do it.
You’ve made the switch to an SSD on your Mac. That speed comes at a price: space. Given a little planning and some compromises, you can make it work without having to delete all your data. Here’s how.
Not getting your latest Photo Stream pictures in Photos from your iPhone? Here’s your solution!
Got a big hard drive? Here’s how to make it usable for macOS, Windows, and Linux.
Users running VMware Fusion 8.1.1, can get the upgrade to Fusion 8.5 for free. If you are running an earlier version, you can take advantage of the upgrade pricing.