If you make computer, internet or software guides, tutorials and courses, you need a screen recorder. It grabs the screen and saves what you do as a video that you can share online. Here’s one.
Many people still believe the popular myths about Apple security because Mac’s system has built-in powerful protection that keeps viruses and malware at bay. But unfortunately, that doesn’t mean that your Mac is immune to all computer viruses.
One of the nice things about working in offices was the feeling that showing up was a core part of the bargain. Spent the day getting lost in your thoughts, staring dully at the computer screen?
Junk mail has been around forever and it is not going away anytime soon. However, there are steps you can take to minimize it and deal with it. Here are five things to do in Apple Mail.
Don’t just take photos and forget about them. Turn them into exciting collages for fun or for special occasions like birthdays and anniversaries. Use Canva’s online collage maker for free.
Colorcinch is a great online photo editor and with tools as good as this that run in a web browser, it makes you wonder whether you actually need software installed on the computer. Try it!
Sometimes we want to write an email today, but send it tomorrow, next week or next month. Let’s see how to do this in Outlook and Gmail. We will also see how to cancel scheduled emails.
There are many utilities that add extra features and functions to the Mac menu bar, but which should you choose? Here are five free menu-bar add-ons that provide useful extras for macOS.
Sometimes you need an object in a photo, but not the distracting background. How do you cut out an object and remove the background in a photo? Use Background Eraser, a brilliant tool.
There are many personal and team organizers, like Asana, Trello, Wrike and others, and they help you plan and manage projects. Zenkit is a great alternative that you may find more useful.