Did you know you could have your iPhone announces your calls as you receive them? Open the Settings app and scroll up until you see Phone. Tap on Phone and then Announce Calls. Set where you want to have your calls announced. Now the next time you receive a phone call, your iPhone will announce who is calling you.
Curious on how much space is on your Mac? Or do you want to see what is taking up your space? Go to the Apple Menu, select About This Mac, and click on the Storage tab in the window that opens. Your Mac will show you how much space you have as well as show a bar chart showing what is taking up your space by category.
I’m happy to announce that my latest tutorial is now available. This tutorial covers a lot and is several hours long, but don’t worry, it’s cut up into over 80 bite size lessons. This tutorial covers a lost and is several hours long, but don’t worry, it’s cut up into over 80 bite size lessons. I also grouped these lessons into several sections including Getting Started with the Mac, Working with the Menu Bar, Working with the Dock, What’s new in Mojave, Troubleshooting, and more. There’s a lot of information packed in this tutorial. I’ve also included a few free previews for you!
If you are new to the Mac or want to learn more about the Mac, take a look at my Tutor for macOS Mojave.
By default, a new Finder window opens to your recent files. To change this to open a folder, open your Finder Preferences. Under the General tab, you can set what your new Finder windows will open to. Just select from the dropdown menu which folder you want. Select Other in the dropdown to select a different folder from the ones that are shown.
With iOS 12, Apple introduced a new section to the Dock on the iPad -Suggested and Recent apps. If you want to hide this new section, go to the Dock section in the Settings app. From there you can turn this new feature off to bring it back to how the Dock worked prior to iOS 12.
Have you ever wanted to share a file on your Mac with your iPad or iPhone? Not sure how? In this lesson from my Tutor for macOS Mojave, I show you how to do just that – share a file from a Mac to an iPhone, and share a file from the iPhone back to the Mac using AirDrop. You can also use AirDrop to share to another Mac or form one iOs device to another! And it’s pretty easy to use, once you have it setup. If you aren’t sure about how AirDrop can help you, take a look at this video. Hope it helps!
This video is from my upcoming all new tutorial on macOS Mojave. It’s taking me a bit longer to finish, but it is coming. All the videos are done, now it’s writing the verbiage to accompany the lessons. Look for it in February!
Interesting. It’d be pretty tough to introduce manufacturing back into the US. It’s nice that Apple tried, but the economics of it all makes it not very plausible.
But when Apple began making the $3,000 computer in Austin, Tex., it struggled to find enough screws, according to three people who worked on the project and spoke on the condition of anonymity because of confidentiality agreements.
Are you wanting to use a different browser on your Mac? Maybe switch to Chrome, or switch back to Safari from Chrome or Firefox? To set your default browser on your Mac, just open your System Preferences and select the General Preference Pane. You’ll see an option to set the default browser. Select the browser you want and close System Preferences. Now when you click on a link from your email or another app, it will open in your selected browser.
Do you have a lot of tabs open in Safari on your iPhone or iTab? Are you tired of closing them one-by-one? Close them all with a few simple taps. All you need to do, once you are in Safari, is tap-and-hold on the tab button. On the iPhone, this is at the bottom of the iPhone display. On the iPad, it is at the top in Safari’s toolbar. Once you tap-and-hold on this tab button for a few seconds, you’ll see all your options including closing all your tabs.
On the Mac, you can quickly turn on and off the Do Not Disturb through the Notification Center or Today View. Just click on the three horizontal lines in the upper right corner of your display to show either the Notification Center or Today View. Swipe down on your trackpad or mouse, and toggle Do Not Disturb. If you turn it on, it will turn off automatically the following day.
In this free lesson for my upcoming Tutor for macOS Mojave, I look at how to use Hot Corners on the Mac. With Hot Corners, we can set our Mac to show the desktop or show all the open windows for an application just by moving the cursor to the corner of your display. There are other options available to including opening Mission Control, opening Launchpad, Locking the screen, and more. Hot Corners is a feature I use on a daily basis and is one of my favorite macOS features.
This is a free lesson from my upcoming tutorial on macOS Mojave. I hope to have all the videos recorded this week for this all new tutorial. Look for it soon!
In this free lesson for my upcoming Tutor for macOS Mojave, I look at how you move files from one folder to another by dragging and dropping, how you copy files from one folder to another by using the Option key, and how you copy files to an external drive. I also look at how you can group a selected group of files into a new folder on the Mac.
This is a free lesson from my upcoming tutorial on macOS Mojave. Look for it soon!
In this free lesson for my upcoming Tutor for macOS Mojave, I look at how the Dock works with documents and folders in macOS Mojave. This includes how to change the folder icon when placed in the dock, the view of the contents of the folder while in the dock, and how to change the sort order of the contents of the folder when in the dock in macOS Mojave.
I’m happy to announce that my latest tutorial, Tutor for Books for the Mac, is now available online and for download.
Did you know you could read your books on the Mac with the Books app? With the Books app you can download samples from the Book Store, organize your books in collections, free up space on your Mac by offloading your books to iCloud, change the text size and font while reading a book, bookmark pages, highlight text, and add notes to highlighted text. I take a look at all these features and more in Tutor for Books for the Mac.
For several versions of Mail, you’ve been able to select a message and in the Menu Bar you would choose Message > Move To Predicted Mailbox to file the email in the suggested mailbox. If the Move To command is disabled, this means the Mail app hasn’t yet learned how to move messages like the selected one. Once it sees you move messages from your mother into your Family mailbox, for instance, it will suggest that destination in the future. In Mojave’s Mail, there’s also now a Move To toolbar button. If it can predict where the message will go, just click it; if not, click and hold to bring up a menu of all your mailboxes.