Apple has always had a thing about privacy and Mojave goes further than previous versions of macOS by adding extra features and settings. This guide shows where to find them and set them.
The battery indicator in the MacBook’s menu bar provides little information and there are better alternatives. Here are some interesting apps that show vital information about the battery in your laptop.
Safari, Apple’s web browser, is fighting for your attention with Chrome and there is a new version with a new way working with extensions. Get to know the new features and how they work.
Websites can notify you of new posts and news stories, but do you need them? How do you stop website notifications in Safari and Chrome? see how to allow or block them in your browser.
Is the screen display on your MacBook or iMac good? Even if it is, it may be possible to improve it with a few tweaks to the settings. They may even fix a poor or faulty display.
Check the disk space on the Mac and analyse drive usage. See which folders and files are using the most storage and then find and clean duplicates and junk with Disk Xray for macOS.
Every year I ask myself, is it time to get security software for my Apple Mac? So far the answer has been no, but malware is growing and maybe it’s time for an app like VirusBarrier Scanner.
New features have been introduced in Google Docs and Google Drive and an Explore feature enables you to find related information and Quick Access enables you to continue working on documents.
On the one hand email has revolutionised communications but on the other hand so much time is wasted dealing with it, especially junk, that it is frustrating. Organise Gmail with these tips.
Duplicate files are almost certainly on the disk and are wasting space but how do you track them down and delete them? Use a free utility with the obvious name of Duplicate File Finder.