How to Re-Open Historical Windows & Tabs in Safari on Mac with a Keystroke

How to Re-Open Historical Windows & Tabs in Safari on Mac with a Keystroke

Modern versions of Safari for Mac have a unique History keystroke that allows you to open prior windows and tabs from history in reverse chronological order. For example, let’s say you have closed 10 browser tabs over the course of the last hour, then hitting this keystroke 10 times would re-open each of those closed…

How to Make a Shortcut (Alias) on a Mac

How to Make a Shortcut (Alias) on a Mac

Making an alias for a Mac application, folder, or file, offers an easy way to access that item without having to track down its original location. Instead, you can place an alias anywhere and it will launch the original item immediately, while the original item remains in its original location. An alias on the Mac…

How to Fill Out PDF Forms and Documents on Mac

How to Fill Out PDF Forms and Documents on Mac

For many computer users, filling out PDF forms and PDF documents is a routine occurrence, and the Mac Preview app allows you to easily and quickly fill in a PDF file. The great thing about using Preview to complete PDF forms on the Mac is that there are no additional apps or downloads needed, it’s…

How to Prevent iMessages From Accidentally Appearing On Other Devices

How to Prevent iMessages From Accidentally Appearing On Other Devices

GIF If you own multiple Apple devices, you’ve probably signed into all of them with your Apple ID. You’ve also probably noticed that when you get a Facetime call your computer rings, or when you get an iMessage your iPad beeps. For most of us, this is a small annoyance worth fixing. For others, it’s…