Every time I go to empty my Mac's trash, I have to click yet another dialog box to confirm. I find this a tad annoying, but thankfully this is an option we can control.
OS X is a series of Unix-based operating systems developed by Apple, Inc. The first public beta, called Kodiak, appeared in 2000. Though OS X has gone through many design iterations since its launch, its philosophies have always focused on simplicity and user experience.
I have a pair of wireless bluetooth headphones that states the name of the device it's connecting to -- and with a long or unrecognizable name, this is quite annoying.
By default, MacOS and OSX will offer to share your Chrome tabs between your Mac and iOS devices via iCloud sharing.
Sometimes Android Studio gets corrupted, and when you try to compile your Android application (or launch a virtual device), everything goes haywire.
Apple really, really wants you to download apps from the App Store so they've made it difficult to download applications from unidentified developers.
Boot camp is a great feature of OS X, but it won't help you install Linux. To do that we're going to use a tool called rEFInd.
Using an application of terminal command and you're not sure if it's stuck? Want to monitor network usage from the computers on your network? There's a built-in program for that.
Want to minimize an application by double-clicking its title bar? Here's how to do it.
This short guide will show you how to change you default shell on unix based operating systems.
As someone who uses OS X dashboard widgets often, I was dismayed to find out that Apple has hidden it by default. Thankfully, it's easy to reenable the dashboard in El Capitan. Here's how to do it.
By default, the cursor in MacOS and OS X gets really big when you shake the mouse or when you move it too quickly.
Rather than printing, signing, and scanning a document, you can actually save time and sign the document right in Preview.