Keyboard shortcuts can enhance users’ productivity and save time, but not everyone knows about them. If you own a Mac, these are the keyboard shortcuts you need to start using now. Minimize or dock the front app window: Command + M If you have several open apps, browsers, and Finder windows, use this shortcut to […]
The 2020 MacBook models boast of a new processor that promises a longer battery life and better speed. Plus, they offer the ability to run iPhone and iPad apps. But before you start using your new device, make the following tweaks to ensure even better performance and functionality.
Using two monitors doesn’t just make working convenient, but it also makes you more productive. If you’re using a Mac Mini, Macbook Pro, or Macbook Air, you probably think your external monitor options are limited. Not quite. Here’s how to use external monitors as a second display for your Mac computers.
Keeping your MacBook plugged in at all times shortens its battery life. A new feature, called Battery Health Management, will be released with the new macOS Catalina 10.15.5 update specifically to address this issue. It maintains your MacBook’s battery life by preventing chemical aging on its battery.
While many users are tech-savvy, there are some who don’t utilize useful keyboard shortcuts on their devices. These shortcuts can greatly enhance your productivity and save you a lot of time. Besides making you more efficient, using them can actually reduce wrist strain.
Did you recently switch from Windows to Mac? If so, you’re probably still getting used to the Apple keyboard. The good news is it’s only slightly different from a non-Apple keyboard. The bad news is you’ll have to learn a whole new set of shortcuts.
Apple currently has four different models of MacBook laptops in their line-up: MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, MacBook Pro with Retina display, and the New MacBook. But choosing one over the other is not easy, as each one of them comes in different sizes and specifications.