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How to optimize storage on your Mac without macOS Sierra

Are you running out of storage and don't want to wait for macOS Sierra to optimize your space? Don't worry! There's a solution!

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Our favorite macOS Sierra features you may have missed

We've covered the big macOS Sierra news already, but here are 17 other features to get excited about when the operating system ships this Fall.

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How to see what version of OS X your Mac is running

Certain apps and devices won’t work with your Mac if it doesn’t run a certain version (or higher) of OS X and instead of trying to remember what the last update you downloaded, there is an easy way to check.

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OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 beta 3 heads to developers and public testers

Apple has released the third beta version of OS X 10.11.6 to developers and members of its Beta Software Program

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What is Optimized Storage on macOS?

When your Mac's storage is almost full, macOS Sierra will help you make some space.

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How to force quit an app or program on Mac

Chances are you’ve probably encountered the “rainbow wheel of death” once or twice during your time as a Mac user. Instead of sitting there getting more frustrated with each passing minute, let us show you how to find the program causing the problem and force quit the app.

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Will macOS Sierra work on my Mac?

Apple’s newest Mac operating system comes out this fall. Find out if your Mac is compatible.

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Comic: WWDC Expectations

Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: WWDC Expectations

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How to set up a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse on your Mac

Although your Mac comes with the Magic Keyboard and Magic Mouse, both of which are Bluetooth devices, you may prefer the look and feel of something different. If you have opted for a third party Bluetooth Keyboard and mouse it’s easy to set up, so follow along and we will show you how!

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OS X version code-names

Apple has always used public-facing code names for macOS — née OS X — starting with the original, bear-branded beta. From 2001 to 2012 they were all code-named after big cats. However, because Apple marketed co-opted the internal code-names, in 2003 the internal code-names switched to wines (with the exception of OS X 10.6, which never had a code-name beyond Snow Leopard). Though OS X marketing code-names switched to California places in 2013, the internal code-names remained wine-based until 2014. In 2015 they switched to types of apples. In 2016, they switched the OS X name to macOS, but kept with the apple.

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