Your guide to a better future
Backing up your data can save you a lot of anguish in the future.
It's OK to be more lenient about screen time on the weekends, but it's best to set limits at some point.
You don't need a third-party app or online service to sign your important documents -- there's a built-in MacOS tool for that.
Unlike Siri, you can use this voice-to-text feature to write an essay in Microsoft Word or send a response on Facebook.
Unlocking the secrets of a Mac can double your screen and save you time and effort. We'll show you how.
You don't need any fancy tools or apps to capture video of your Mac's screen; the feature is built right in.
Group FaceTime will let you chat with up to 32 people at the same time. Here's how to set up and use Apple's Zoom alternative.
Find out for sure if your Apple device's battery is starting to show its age.
Here are your Apple computer's best-kept secrets and how to use them.
Helping friends and family troubleshoot computer issues over the phone is sure to be a slow, frustrating process. This hidden iMessage feature will prevent headaches and save time.
There's so much nostalgia that comes when you hear your MacBook's startup chime.
Make your cranky, old MacBook Pro feel like new again.