You don’t need a separate PDF creator app for your iPhone if you use this little hack to natively create PDF documents
To uninstall apps from your Mac, you need to do more than just delete the app from your applications folder. There’s one more step you’re missing to make sure it’s gone
You have either successfully pre-ordered, or will stand in line for a new iPhone 7 or 7 Plus. The only left to do is figure out what you’re going to do with your old phone. If you own the phone outright, I say sell it to make some extra money to buy accessories, like those fancy AirPods (I kid). Not sure where to start, here is an overview of all the ways to sell your phone
The word on the street is WhatsApp messages are no longer being secure, and Facebook is now stealing all of your WhatsApp data to sell to the highest bidder. What’s really going down is WhatsApp is in fact sharing account information, NOT YOUR ACTUAL MESSAGES, with Facebook ONLY to “Offer customers more relevant and new ways for people communication with business” Don’t trust Facebook with your WhatsApp information (which is somehow different than all the information you already give to Facebook?), here’s how to fix it.
If you’re one of those people who have grown too accustomed to using your Mac’s Finder window to suddenly change your ways, here’s how you can customize the Finder toolbar to quickly access commonly used functions…and discover new ones.
If you find that looking for files on your computer takes forever, don’t just chalk it up to an old computer, it could just be that your Finder cache is clogged and needs to be cleared out. Since spring is right around the corner, here are two ways to clear out your Finder cache.
Even if you take steps to keep your computer “clean” by frequently clearing out the “trash” and “downloads” folders on you Mac, there could be some files you can’t see or didn’t know that are taking up space. So I’ve compiled a task list of things you can do to recover storage space on your Mac.
It never occurred to me (until right now) that I may have to snap an Apple Watch screen shot. So I did some digging and sure enough, you can take a screen shot of your Apple Watch.
I’m going to keep this short and sweet: If you have a Mac, but you are not using Apple’s free (and easy) Time Machine to back up your computer, I’ve whipped up a tutorial video on how easy it is to set up.