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How To Become A Mac Stickies App Power User

There's one default Mac app that I'm sure not many Mac users even know about – the Stickies app. You don't need to download it because it comes with macOS. Like the name implies, the Stickies app allows you to...

TextEdit’s Hidden Talents

TextEdit is one of the apps included with each copy of macOS, but it is overshadowed by word processing apps like Pages and Microsoft Word as well as dedicated text editors like Ulysses and Bear. Today we'll look at some...

How to Use Tabbed Windows in macOS​ Apps

Many apps in macOS have a tabbed window feature that allow them to open multiple windows in tabs (think of how you use tabbed windows in Safari). Tabs are available in such Apple apps as Mail, Maps, TextEdit, Pages, Keynote, and...

A Guide to Continuity Camera in macOS Mojave

Our Macs are amazing tools, but they lack one thing that iOS devices have -- cameras that can be used almost anywhere to take high-resolution photos. Sure, you could theoretically hold a document to be scanned in front of an...