Receive Email Notifications From the Mac Calendar App

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You can get email reminders of important calendar events sent from your Mac’s Calendar app to your own email address. If you watch your email closely this can be more useful than regular notifications which can be easy to miss.

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How to Play Fortnite on Mac – System Requirements & Performance Tips

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Want to play Fortnite on Mac? The cross-platform battle arena shooter and building game is wildly popular, and it’s free to play regardless of what you’re gaming on.

Mac gamers may be interested in giving Fortnite a run on their Macs, so let’s review how to install and play Fortnite on a Mac, along with discussing Fortnite system requirements for Mac, and some tips for optimal game performance.

How to Download, Install, & Play Fortnite on Mac

Here’s how to download, install, and play Fortnite on a Mac:

  1. Download the Epic Installer from

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How to Access iCloud Settings & Apple ID in macOS Catalina

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Wondering how to access your Apple ID and iCloud settings in the latest MacOS releases? Your Apple ID is the key to all of your data and it’s where all of the iCloud syncing magic starts. Without your Apple ID you can’t access iCloud data including your email, contacts, calendar, and more. You’ll also need it to enable iCloud Photos, and access your apps in the App Store, too. These are obviously important settings to be able to access and configure.

If you’re running macOS 10.15 Catalina or later, accessing your Apple ID and making changes to iCloud is…

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How to take photos in Night mode on iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro — Apple Support

Night mode turns on automatically in low light, so your photos always look their best. If you want to manually adjust the exposure time, just tap the Night mode button in the Camera app on your iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro.

To learn more about this topic visit the following article:
iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro camera features: https://apple.co/2SI2nsL
Take and edit photos with your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch: https://apple.co/2OORu7r
Use Portrait mode on your iPhone: https://apple.co/2tR4aTQ

Additional Resources:
Contact Apple Support for iPhone: http://apple.co/iPhone

To subscribe to this channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AppleSupport

To download the Apple Support app: http://apple.co/2hFtzIv

Apple Support on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AppleSupport

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8 Better Alternatives To Sending Large Email Attachments

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https://macmost.com/e-2113 Sending large files as email attachments can be probematic when you have server limits and bandwidth issues on either end. There are better ways to send files. You can use photo or video-specific sharing sites. For other files you can use free file sharing services, cloud services or get your own professional server.

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How to Enable Low Data Mode on iPhone & iPad for Wi-Fi Networks

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Looking for a way to reduce data usage on a wi-fi network while using your iPhone or iPad? This trick is for you.

Depending on where you live, Internet may or may not be expensive. If you’re living in the United States, there’s a good chance you’re paying a higher bill for your broadband connection and cellular data compared to one of your friends living in Europe or Asia. If internet bills are burning a hole in your wallet, you might want to tone down your data usage. With the release of iOS 13 update, Apple has introduced a new feature called “Low Data…

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The Guide To Using Mac Menu Bar Status Menu Icons

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https://macmost.com/e-2112 Status Menus, also called Menu Bar Icons, are the small menus that appear on the right side of your Mac’s menu bar. Learn how to arrange, remove and add them. Find out how access hidden features and functions. Get more from third-party apps. See how you can access them with your keyboard and other tricks.

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How to Reverse Image Search with Google on iPhone

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Want to perform a reverse image search with Google from iPhone using Safari or Chrome? If you’ve ever wanted to get information regarding an image, or verify the authenticity of a picture you found on the internet, we wouldn’t be surprised if you tried reverse image searching it on Google.

This excellent tool has been available to users for years now and is widely used on desktop browsers like Chrome, Safari, and Firefox. By visiting Google Images, anyone could perform a reverse image search from their computer or tablet within a matter of…

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iCloud Is Not a Substitute For a Time Machine Backup With Your Mac

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https://macmost.com/e-2111 Many people decide to skip using a backup like Time Machine to protect the files on their Mac, in favor of simply using iCloud Drive and iCloud Photos. While cloud services are a great way to sync and access your files across devices, they fall short when compared to backing up with something like Time Machine. Learn why you should use Time Machine in addition to iCloud to keep your files and photos safe.

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