If you’ve been wanting to jump into Dungeons & Dragons but don’t know how to make a D&D character, here are the best class, race and background combinations.
Apple isn’t exactly generous when it comes to disk space. But rather than springing for an upgrade, why not try moving more of your files and data to iCloud?
Apple makes it easy to install macOS and App Store app updates. Third party updates take a little bit of work, but keeping your entire system up-to-date keeps it safe and secure.
Though not the most customizable tool in the world, Apple’s option to delete your trash every 30 days could free up gigabytes of space that are currently using space on your drive.
A quick tap of the Command + Q shortcut doesn’t shut Chrome down like it does other programs. Instead, you have to hold the button. Here’s how to get it to behave like all other apps.
Python is easy to install and use, and year-after-year it remains one of the most popular coding languages. Here’s how to install Python’s standard library on any PC running macOS.
Shrink large images down to size with a powerful tool built right in to every PC running macOS: Preview
Desktop icons are a very personal thing. Here’s how to make sure that you, or someone else, can’t mess with them
iOS 14 has introduced a number of new features to allow iPhone owners to customize their smartphones. Here's a look at how to take control of your iPhone with iOS 14.
Hot corners allow you to assign a specific action to each corner of your screen. To activate them, simply move the mouse into that corner.
Apple’s default screenshot tool is one of the best I’ve ever used. It’s effective, but simple, and there’s little to complain about. But who likes a desktop full of screenshots?
Apple users can pick their own wallpaper, photo, and text to display on the lock screen. Here’s how it’s done.
Importing photos from an external source usually results in some rather long and complex file names. You can change these into something more recognizable using built-in tools found in Finder.