9 Little-Known Apple Music Tips you Need to Know

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Apple Music has a lot of competition these days in the streaming music space. Not least of which is YouTube Music, which is aggressively matched to Apple’s now mature music […]

Is Adobe Photoshop For iPad Worth The Money & The Hype?

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Apple has been pushing their iPads (especially the iPad Pro) as a replacement for traditional laptops and even desktops for some time now. With the release of iPadOS, Apple has […]

How To Set Up Apple CarPlay in Your Car

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Apple CarPlay is the iPhone-compatible wireless in-car and in-dash experience that allows you to play music or listen to podcasts wirelessly or use third-party music apps from your Lightning-enabled iPhone […]

How to Remote Connect to Mac from Windows with SSH

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If your Mac is your primary computer, you’ll like to have the ability to connect to it remotely from another computer. This gives you access to your files and folders […]

Windows Remote Desktop for Mac: How It Works

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If you have to use Mac and Windows PCs regularly, you don’t need to physically switch computers to be able to use both of them. You can use Windows Remote […]

How To View, Manage & Delete iCloud Backups

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If you back up your Apple devices to iCloud, you’ll be interested in finding out exactly where your backups are stored, how much space they consume, and how you can […]

How to Connect to a Remote or Local Server on a Mac

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Connecting your Mac to a local or remote server allows you to access all the files available on that particular server. macOS by default has a server connection feature that […]

Best 7 Places To Buy Refurbished Mac Laptops

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Buying a new Mac laptop for yourself or someone else? Why spend thousands when you can get equally great quality for a fraction of the cost? This is one of […]

How to Permanently Stop Dock Icons from Bouncing

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The Dock is an easy way to get access to the apps and utilities available on your Mac. It’s dynamic and interactive, meaning if an app wants to grab your […]

How to Make Safari’s Private Browsing Feature Actually Private

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As soon as you open your web browser, all your activity online can be (and is being) tracked. The sites you visit, the things you buy online, the services you […]