Tag Archives: Quick Look

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How to Use 🔎 Quick Look in macOS (Leopard and Later)

macOS Quick Look is a wonderful feature. Introduced on June 11, 2007, along with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. Quick Look can preview files such as Pages, Keynote, Numbers, Microsoft Office, PDFs, HTML, QuickTime readable media, plain text, and RTF text documents, and RAW camera images.

7 Mac Mail Tips

For many of us, the Mac's Mail app is the most often used app in our collection. It has so many features that for most of us, we only touch the surface of what it can do. In this Rocket...

What’s New in macOS Mojave: A First Look at the Developer Beta

I was expecting a version of the macOS that would mostly be about security and performance, but while I expected a fastball, Apple threw us a curve. Apple announced that macOS Mojave not only included the expected security, performance, and privacy...

Mac 101: Customizing Finder Views, Part 2

Last week, we started our exploration of Finder customization by looking at the Icon and List view options. If you would like to review the first installment, you'll find it in the Rocket Yard article: Mac 101: Customizing Finder Views,...