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Dennis Sellers

Dennis Sellers
181 posts
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Dennis has over 40 years of journalism experience and has written hundreds of articles. For the past 20-plus years, he's been an online journalist, covering mainly Apple Inc. He's written for MacCentral, MacWorld, MacMinute, Macsimum News, Apple Daily Report, and is now contributing editor at Apple World Today.
MacBook Pro showing Safari Start Page

How to Customize a Start Page in macOS Big Sur’s Safari

With macOS Big Sur’s Safari, you can customize the new start page to make it your own. You can set a background image and select which sections are displayed on the start page — including Favorites, Siri Suggestions, Reading List, iCloud Tabs, and...

Notification center widgets in macOS Big Sur

How to Use the Revamped Notification Center in macOS Big Sur

The updated Notification Center in macOS Big Sur includes more interactive notifications and redesigned widgets that come in different sizes. Notifications are automatically sorted by the most recent, and Today widgets — which sport an iOS-is new tool — deliver...

macOS Big Sur Control Center elements

How to Use the New Control Center in macOS Big Sur

The customizable menu bar in macOS Big Sur features an all-new Control Center. Apple says it’s designed just for the Mac, but it’s certainly intended to offer a familiar experience for iOS and iPadOS users.

macOS Big Sur General Preferences

QUICK TIP: How to Change Your Finder’s Accent Color in macOS Big Sur

The icons in your Finder sidebar display in whatever color you choose and macOS Big Sur adds more than ever before. The Accent Color and Highlight Color are used throughout the user interface for menus, buttons, active form fields, and more. here's how to change them.

How to Save a File as a PDF Using macOS Preview in 3 Easy Steps

There’s a lot to love about the PDF (Portable Digital Document) format, especially the fact that is so “portable.” It doesn’t matter what device or operating system you’re using – the original layout, including fonts and pictures will look the same to you, on-screen and printed on paper with a PDF.

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