OS X Mountain Lion
The next version of macOS offers new Finder features that should enhance your Mac experience. Take a look.
Your Mac already comes with a bunch of fonts to use, but you can add even more in the Font Book — here's how.
In macOS Monterey, characters in photos come alive with Live Text. Here's a first look at the feature.
With built-in tools, you can use Mac encryption and better protect your most important content.
Your Mac can work with various languages either system-wide or by each app. Here are the steps.
Your Mac comes with lots of hidden files. Here's how to find them — and why they are hidden in the first place.
How do you set up and use Continuity to handoff, relay, drop, and hot spot between your iPhone, iPad, and Mac? Here's your ultimate guide!
In macOS Monterey, you can change the outline and color of the cursor on your Mac. Here's how!
Hidden features in macOS Monterey are hidden no more! Here's a quick look at some of the less advertised new features coming to Macs this fall.
Apple has always used public-facing code names for macOS — née OS X — starting with the original, bear-branded beta.
Getting an authentication error trying to log into iMessage or FaceTime? Try this fix!
It isn't being released until this fall, but macOS Monterey is also turning a few heads. There are many new and updated features to get excited about in the release, a successor to macOS Big Sur.
Ginger Labs has optimized its note-taking software Notability for Apple's M1 Mac, bringing 50% faster performance as a result.
While I was disappointed with a few things about what we saw at WWDC21, it still brought some extra shine and polish to most platforms.
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