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Jennifer Kyrnin
Jennifer Kyrnin has been building websites since 1995, and teaching others how to do it since 1997. She's written several books on the topic, and is probably working on another one right now. And she does it all on her beloved iMac and sometimes her MacBook Air.
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Change the Default Application a File Opens With on Your Mac

Change the Default Application a File Opens With on Your Mac

MORE: How to Force Quit an App in Mac OS XOne of the nice things about the Mac is that when you double click on a file, it automatically opens in a default application. For example, double clicking on...

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How to Make and Answer iPhone Calls on Your iPad

How to Make and Answer iPhone Calls on Your iPad

You can use your iPhone to make and receive calls. Every iOS device and  Macintosh computer running macOS you have connected to the same Apple ID and on the same WiFi network will get notified. You ...

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How to Clean Out Your macOS Launchpad

How to Clean Out Your macOS Launchpad

The macOS Launchpad is a feature that was added in OS X Lion. It was intended to make the operating system ready for touch screen devices by putting all your applications in one place. However on most...

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How to Change Views in macOS Finder

How to Change Views in macOS Finder

There are four different ways you can view your files in the macOS Finder: Icon, List, Column, and Cover Flow. By changing the way you view files in Finder, you can work more efficiently on your Mac.T...

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How to Add a Signature to PDFs with Mac Preview

How to Add a Signature to PDFs with Mac Preview

 If you've ever been asked to sign a PDF file, you know how tedious that can be. You have to print the PDF, sign it, then scan the PDF back into your computer so you can mail it back to the recip...

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How to Install and Uninstall Software on a Mac

How to Install and Uninstall Software on a Mac

 If you've ever come across a great deal on Mac software on the Web, you might feel frustrated once you have it—how do you install it? But, one of the best things about using a Mac is how easy ...

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How to Use Mission Control on a Mac

How to Use Mission Control on a Mac

In macOS, Mission Control is a tool that lets you see every application you have open in every virtual window on your Mac. You can also use Mission Control to switch between applications or move appli...

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How to Use Dictation to Write What You Say on a Mac

How to Use Dictation to Write What You Say on a Mac

 There are many reasons you might want to avoid typing on your Mac. Perhaps your arms are tired, or you have an injury or you just would rather dictate your text. MacOS comes with built-in dictat...

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How to Upgrade to Mac OS X Yosemite

How to Upgrade to Mac OS X Yosemite

The latest version of Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) offers a lot of new features, including a new design and the ability to make iPhone calls from your browser. Fortunately, this upgrade won't cost you mu...

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How to Use the iOS 8 Health App to Track Your Fitness

With iOS 8 comes a new health app to help you keep track of your fitness goals and connect your various fitness apps together in one place. You can manually add health data about yourself or get it fr...

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How to Share Everything with Family Sharing in iOS 8

How to Share Everything with Family Sharing in iOS 8

One of the most anticipated features of iOS 8 is Family Sharing. With this feature you can share apps, music, videos, and calendaring information with members of your family quickly and easily. With F...

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How to Use iOS 8 Spotlight Search

How to Use iOS 8 Spotlight Search

With the iOS 8 Spotlight tool you can search more than just your iPhone or iPad. You can now search the web, iTunes, the App Store. You can also get movie showtimes, find nearby locations, and more. H...

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