Final Cut Pro X and Adobe Premiere are two premium video editing options on macOS. Learn the difference between the two in order to pick the right one for your business.
IT admins can save time and energy when changing Mac permissions by doing it via the command line or remotely via SSH. Learn how it’s done and what the notation means for command-line permissions.
Learn how to sign into an Apple ID and iCloud account on your Apple devices after the setup process and how to configure settings so that only certain features sync between your devices.
Transferring your data to a new Mac can be seamless with iCloud. Learn how to easily transfer your data to your new Mac using iCloud with this step-by-step guide.
Time Machine lets Mac users easily backup their computer. In this tutorial, learn how to pick a drive and perform your backups automatically.
Apple introduced some battery throttling tech to iPhones to help preserve battery life. Learn how and when you might want to disable this feature to get the most out of your iPhone battery.
.DS_Store files can pollute the network and removable storage for non-Mac users. Learn what these files do and how to disable them.
Searching in the Finder is the first step to, well, find things on your Mac. Learn the ins and outs of searching for files on your Mac in this article.
Learn how to take advantage of the file storage features of OneDrive on your Mac and collaborate with files shared across platforms.
AirDropping files to others means following the first etiquette rule: ensuring your name is both professional and accurate so it’s easy to find it in a list of nearby devices.