How to Use Dual Speakers on Mac

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Most Mac machines come equipped with Bluetooth enabling you to connect your external speakers to your machine. You can then play a sound track on your Mac to then listen to it on your Bluetooth-enabled speakers.  Many Macs also have the 3.5mm audio jack allowing you to plug-in and use your wired earphones and headphones […]

How To Block Websites In Safari On Mac

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While most websites you come across are usually informative and help you with the tasks you’re stuck at, there are also other websites that mainly distract you from the work you’re doing. These websites often work as magnets and they keep you stuck to them for long periods of time. If you find yourself wandering […]

A Guide to Screen Mirroring an iPhone/iPad to a PC or Mac

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Recent iPhone and iPad models have brought with them really large and crystal-clear screens so you can view your content and the objects in them easily. However, there are still a few occasions where these large screens aren’t large enough to project your content. These are usually the occasions when you want to mirror the […]

How To Remap Fn Keys On Your Mac

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Whether you use a Windows PC or a Mac machine, your keyboard has all the standard functions keys at the top. These keys are assigned with various functions by the operating system of your computer. Some of the actions these keys perform are things like increasing and decreasing brightness levels, increasing and decreasing volume levels, […]

How To Access iCloud Content On Your Android Device

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iCloud provides you with a great way to keep your content organized on the cloud. It supports various file types that include images, videos, notes, contacts, and so on. Pretty much everything you use on your device on a daily basis can be synced to your iCloud account. While all of that is great, there […]

How To Access Recent Items From The MacOS Dock

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Getting quick access to recent items is something every Mac user desires as it immediately lets them get back to their previously unfinished work. You may want to continue reading the PDF file that someone sent you yesterday, or maybe you want to finish off the story that you left unfinished last night. Unless you […]

15 Tips To Extend The Battery Life On Mac

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Compared to many other laptops, Mac machines enjoy a longer battery life because of the optimized operating systems they run. If you’ve been using a Mac for quite some time, you might have noticed you can work on it for hours without worrying about it running out of battery. To make that battery life last […]

How To Turn Photos & PDFs To Black & White On Mac

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Except for some really old photos and such stuff, everything else has now been colorized. There are even tools that let you colorize your old photos using some magical algorithms. Despite colors being so useful, there are still times when you may want something in pure black and white. These are usually the times when […]

How To Bulk Rename Files On Your Mac

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Many times when you download files off the Internet or you copy files from a USB drive, the naming formats aren’t always what you expected. This is especially true for the image files captured on digital cameras as they often have names that don’t describe anything (DSC_01.jpg tells me nothing about the image). While you […]

How To Create Symlinks On Your Mac

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A symbolic link, often shortened to symlink, is a type of link that is stored at one location on your machine and it points to another location on the same machine. You can think of it as a shortcut of an app. Even though the actual app file is located deep inside your folders, you […]