In part two of our introduction to uBlock Origin on macOS, the best ad blocker in the business, we’ll be discussing static filtering rules and GUI methods of selecting and blocking on-screen content. Removing Elements with Static Rules If you want to remove elements from the page using graphical tools, you can access that feature […]
Ever since the new file system surfaced in the world of Mac, it has been unclear whether it has been good or bad. While there are a lot of good things that can be said about it, there also happen to be several drawbacks. Some of which is rather annoying. If you are not familiar […]
uBlock Origin is the most powerful and versatile ad blocker available. Unfortunately, the design is also a little obscure. This guide will explain the ins and outs of uBlock Origin’s advanced features, including adding custom lists, creating custom user filters, setting up dynamic blocking rules, and adjusting rules for uBlock Origin on specific domains with […]
HOTAS (hands on throttle and stick) are much needed accessories for playing flight sims. While you can play the game with keyboard and mouse, it’s challenging to learn and inefficient to play long term. If you’re just getting into playing flight simulators, when should you get a HOTAS? And which ones are worth purchasing today? […]
The news is packed with reports of huge data breaches. A quick survey of the last few years revealed a huge array of verified data breaches that exposed everything from credit cards and Social Security Numbers to work history to the full contents of credit reports. A concerned observer might wonder just how hard these […]
Introduced in 2007 and required by 2012, sandboxing is a tool used by macOS to limit the damage that a hijacked app can do. Apple says, “While App Sandbox doesn’t prevent attacks against your app, it does minimize the harm a successful one can cause. macOS app sandboxing protects users by limiting how much trouble […]
Macs are rarely associated with virus attacks resulting in a belief that they are immune. Some of their owners even wonder if they should invest in anti-virus or not when they purchase a new Mac computer. However, as more people buy Macs to use at home or in the office, the possibility of getting attacked […]
Recording your screen on a Mac used to be a real trial, but it’s become incredibly easy in the last year. The latest version of macOS, Mojave 10.14, includes a built-in application that can capture high-quality video of your Mac’s screen. There are plenty of third-party options if Screenshot is not powerful enough.
The Network preference pane can be a dark and foreboding place. With some training, you can actually understand what you’re doing when you try and fix your internet connection. Pop open the Network pane found in System Preferences, and let’s explore.