How to Use Dark Mode on iPad with iPadOS 13

How to Use Dark Mode on iPad with iPadOS 13

The optional Dark Mode appearance theme is a popular choice for many iPad users who want a darker look when using their device. Dark Mode transforms the bright white visual appearance of iPadOS into darker shades of black and grays. This may be preferential to some users, whether to reduce the brightness of the interface,…

How to Use a Hidden *Darker* Dark Mode Theme in MacOS Mojave

How to Use a Hidden *Darker* Dark Mode Theme in MacOS Mojave

If you like Dark Mode in MacOS, you may appreciate knowing that MacOS Mojave has a secondary secret darker version of the Dark interface theme available with slightly greater contrast, and it’s easy to enable despite being unlabeled and almost entirely hidden in plain sight. The difference is subtle, but if you enable this you’ll…

How to Change Microsoft Office Theme on Mac

How to Change Microsoft Office Theme on Mac

The Microsoft Office suite of apps include distinct visual themes that make those apps easy to identify, for example Microsoft Word on Mac has a dark blue visual theme on the Mac, Excel is green, and Powerpoint is red / orange. If you’d like to change the appearance theme of Microsoft Office apps, including Word,…

How to Use Reduce Motion on Mac to Disable Most Animations

How to Use Reduce Motion on Mac to Disable Most Animations

The Mac has many visual animations that draw on screen as you perform various actions throughout the operating system, whether it’s the zooming in and out of opening Mission Control, or sliding between desktops in Spaces, amongst others. These provide for some enjoyable visual eye candy, but some users may find the animations cause motion…

Get the Apple TV Space Screen Savers on Mac

Get the Apple TV Space Screen Savers on Mac

Some absolutely stunning space screen savers exist on the latest Apple TV system software versions, presumably captured from the International Space Station, or perhaps some other satellite. Thanks to a third party effort, you can get those gorgeous space screensavers from the Apple TV on a Mac too, in up to 4k video resolution. We’ve…

How to Change System Font to Lucida Grande in MacOS Mojave

How to Change System Font to Lucida Grande in MacOS Mojave

Do you wish your MacOS Mojave Mac was using Lucida Grande as the system font, back like it did years ago? There’s no need to rub a genie bottle for such a wish, because developer Luming Yin has created a simple utility that modifies the system font in MacOS Mojave to be Lucida Grande, rather…

How to Enable Dark Mode on MacOS Mojave

How to Enable Dark Mode on MacOS Mojave

The Dark Mode theme available in MacOS Mojave 10.14 onward offers a unique visual interface and desktop environment to work in, shifting nearly all onscreen visual elements to dark grays and blacks. For many Mac users, the Dark theme is perhaps the most popular new feature to arrive in MacOS Mojave, and the new user…

How to Enable Dynamic Desktops in MacOS Mojave

How to Enable Dynamic Desktops in MacOS Mojave

Dynamic Desktops are a new feature in MacOS that allow the desktop background wallpaper of a Mac to change throughout the day as the time changes. Perhaps the most prominent example of this feature is the default desktop in macOS Mojave of desert sand dunes, which when Dynamic Desktops is enabled will time-shift the scene…

How to Get Dynamic Desktops on Any Version of Mac OS – Without Mojave!

How to Get Dynamic Desktops on Any Version of Mac OS – Without Mojave!

Dynamic Desktops are an interesting feature in MacOS Mojave that cause the desktop wallpaper to change throughout the day with the time, mimicking the changes in lighting that would occur in a scene as the day and night progresses. It’s a subtle but cool feature that brings some life to an otherwise static wallpaper. But…