Apple offers a full set of parental controls that manage who uses your computer and when for the Mac. Learn how to use them. Continue reading
Apple has built in tons of shortcuts in Mac OS here’s 6 awesome Mac shortcuts to help make using you Mac easier and more fun. Learn how to quickly take screen shots, use Spotlight to its full potential and send web pages to your friends using these keyboard shortcuts. Continue reading
Mac Mail is the Apple’s equivalent to Microsoft Outlook; it’s the email client that comes on every Mac you buy. What I like about it is that it’s incredibly easy to set up and use, and instead of having to log in to my email every time and struggle with the clunky interface to move files around and sort through my mail, I just open Mac Mail and get on with it. So lets get yours set up and teach you the basics. Continue reading
When Mac users were introduced to OS X Mountain Lion, we gained the capability to be a little more hands-on with our MacBooks or trackpads through Gestures. While this seems like a small change, I can say from personal experience that getting familiar with these moves can definitely help increase your productivity. Continue reading
Backing up a Mac – probably one of the most important things you should do as a Mac owner and one of the most neglected. Don’t worry, I’m not here to lecture – instead I’m going to show you a quick guide to getting started with using the Time Machine Backup feature that comes built into all Macs. Continue reading
Donna from Hamden, CT writes:
Yesterday I purchased an Apple IMac desk top computer. It’s a really big change from Windows 7. The salesperson showed me some things, but today I’m finding I can’t get out of certain websites – like the Slingo game I play. I don’t see a home button to go to. Can you help me figure this out please?