How to Enable Stacks in MacOS to Clean Up Messy Desktops

How to Enable Stacks in MacOS to Clean Up Messy Desktops

If your Mac desktop is a mess of files and folders, you’re not alone. A messy desktop must be common enough that a feature called Stacks has been included in MacOS specifically to ease that burden. Basically Stacks cleans up a mess of files on your desktop automatically by arranging them into organized groups of…

Battery Draining with MacOS Mojave? 15 Battery Life Tips to Help

Battery Draining with MacOS Mojave? 15 Battery Life Tips to Help

Do you feel like battery life has worsened since updating a Mac laptop to MacOS Mojave? Some Mac users have discovered their battery life has reduced after updating a MacBook, MacBook Pro, or MacBook Air to MacOS Mojave 10.14.x, or just that battery life seems to drain faster than expected. Here we will discuss a…

How to Enable TextEdit Dark Mode on Mac

How to Enable TextEdit Dark Mode on Mac

TextEdit, the default text editor bundled with MacOS, now supports a dark mode theme, which basically inverts the color display of the text editor so that white text appears on a dark background, rather than the default black text on white background. This makes working in TextEdit at night or in low light conditions a…

Run MacOS Mojave on Hackintosh Intel PCs with Unibeast

Run MacOS Mojave on Hackintosh Intel PCs with Unibeast

If you’re a Hackintosh PC user, you may appreciate knowing that Unibeast now allows you to install and run MacOS Mojave on supported Intel PC hardware. Like all else involved in the Hackintosh process, this is for advanced users, as unofficially installing MacOS system software onto select supported generic Intel PC hardware is not necessarily…

How to Troubleshoot & Fix MacOS Mojave Wi-Fi Issues

How to Troubleshoot & Fix MacOS Mojave Wi-Fi Issues

Have you been experiencing wi-fi problems since installing MacOS Mojave 10.14 on a Mac? While MacOS Mojave works great for most Mac users with compatible Macs (and even for many Macs that are unofficially able to run Mojave), a small number of MacOS Mojave users have discovered that wireless networking is having difficulties for them.…

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 in MacOS Automatically on Schedule

How to Enable Dark Mode in MacOS Automatically on Schedule

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could schedule the Dark Mode theme to enable itself automatically on your Mac, perhaps in the evening hours, and on a recurring schedule? That’s exactly what this tutorial is going to show you how to do, without needing to download or use any third party apps. We’ll be using…

How to Enable Dashboard in MacOS Mojave

How to Enable Dashboard in MacOS Mojave

Dashboard is disabled by default in MacOS Mojave, but if you’re a fan of the handy underappreciated widgets feature on the Mac, for quick access to things like unit conversion tools, weather reports, calendar, a dictionary and thesaurus, world clocks, and more, then you will be happy to know that you can quickly enable Dashboard…

How to Make Safari Even More Secure With GhosteryLite

How to Make Safari Even More Secure With GhosteryLite

Screenshot: Brett Terpstra My favorite Chrome extension for ad-blocking and privacy, Ghostery, has a new version for Safari on macOS: GhosteryLite. The latest version of Safari comes with pretty solid privacy features, but Apple also provided a Content Blocker API to allow extensions like GhosteryLite to extend its abilities. Ghostery maintains an extensive database of…

How to Use & Access DVD Player in MacOS Mojave

How to Use & Access DVD Player in MacOS Mojave

If regularly use a Mac with an Apple SuperDrive or other DVD player, you may be wondering where the DVD Player app went in macOS Mojave, and perhaps you have arrived at the conclusion that it’s missing since it’s no longer visible in the /Applications folder or Launchpad. It’s not missing however, it turns out…