With your iPhone, iPod and iPad, it is quite easy to turn on the Do Not Disturb feature to only allow calls from specific people. You may be in the hospital or just working on your projects and you don’t need any disturbance whatsoever. This feature is a great add-on.
Incorporated in Mac OS X 10.7 and later versions are media encoding capabilities that let you encode and convert video and audio files to a format of your choice on your Mac via the Finder window.
Have you had your Mac for a few years? Has it become slow and sluggish? It’s not unusual for a Mac to slow down as its operating system (OS) becomes outdated and years of use eat up its storage capacity. When your Mac starts slowing down, is it time to get a new one? Not […]
Time Machine and Migration Assistant can be useful if you want to copy your entire setup from one computer to another. But if you’d prefer to clean house with a new machine and just transfer user preferences to your new Mac, you can. You just need to know which files to move. If you want […]
You can batch rename files on macOS in a few different ways. Professional photographers and music lovers especially will appreciate the ability to quickly rename a pile of files at once. If you haven’t done any batch renaming before, it might help to understand how it works. Essentially, the user writes a small program that tells […]
As smoothly as most Apple devices operate, Mac cursor control is an area where they get some flack. Because Mac cursors handle things like acceleration and sensitivity a little differently than Windows machines, you’ll often find that the same exact mouse feels very different between the two operating systems. If you’ve spent a lot of your […]
Earlier this week, I got an email from Evernote saying that people on Evernote Basic will only be able to use it on two devices starting next month. (If you’re using Evernote, then you received it, too.) If I upgrade my plan, I can continue using it as usual. I can’t complain, really. I’ve been using […]
There are a lot of people who aren’t very big fans of iOS 10 and are actually looking to downgrade to iOS 9. Though we believe that the update with be smooth in the future, there are certainly a lot of kinks that need to be worked out. The lock screen in iOS 10 is […]
We’ve all been there, you drop your phone and you hear that heartbreaking sound, you know your screen is going to be a spider web of cracks even before you pick it up, and the question that goes through your head is something like can you replace an iPhone screen yourself? The answer is yes […]
About a week ago, a friend of mine offhandedly mentioned recently buying an album through iTunes, and I immediately thought to myself, why? With the release of Apple Music and Apple’s subsequent software updates, Apple Music has really provided an awesome alternative for people to consume (yes, consume) music, but I’m starting to realize that most people […]