Whether you need to save a document for sharing, preserve a webpage, or compile images in a single file, creating a PDF in macOS Sonoma is a breeze. Here's how you can do it.
macOS Sonoma Tips and Tricks
Your Mac's lock screen is boring, but in macOS Sonoma, you can add a sense of liveliness to it with the new available screensavers. Here is how to find them and set them up.
Believe it or not, there are ways you can make the Trash on your Mac more functional. Your Trash can be better, be it through skipping prompts or setting up some automation.
There are thousands of languages in the world, and chances are, you or someone you know speaks one other than English. If you want to have your Mac use that language, making the switch is easy enough to do.
Depending on your Mac audio setup, the volume of alerts can be ear-shattering or too quiet to be noticed. Either way, there is a way to fix it in macOS Sonoma.
For macOS Sonoma, Apple changed the Mac so that clicking on the desktop activates Expose and hides all your apps. Fortunately, you can stop it — albeit with a workaround.
Apple added dynamic desktop wallpapers in macOS Sonoma, but not everyone wants them. Here's how to remove the new additions from your Mac.
Apple changed the behavior of Notes attachments sizes in macOS Sonoma. Here's how to get the old behavior back.
You can turn yourself into a weather presenter in your video calls, or keep eye contact with your audience as you show them slides while using Presenter Overlay in macOS Sonoma. Here's how it works — and, at present, when it doesn't work
Finally, the new macOS Sonoma will let you link two or more Apple Notes, so you can build up a contents list of related notes. Here's how to do it.
Apple ended direct PostScript file support in macOS Sonoma, but you can still peek inside PDF files to see what they contain, by using PDF Debugger.
The Mac's Option key has been used for decades to control desktop apps. Here are the changes in macOS Sonoma.
In keeping with most of macOS Sonoma, Apple has only added minor updates to using PDFs in Notes — but you'll never want to go back.
With macOS Sonoma, Apple is continuing to build in screen sharing to a point where it's easy to use for newcomers — and a little disappointing for everyone else. Here's how to use it.
From recognizing that you've raised your hand to speak, to showing you being rained on for some reason, macOS Sonoma is transforming the familiar video call. Here's how to use it.
If you have to share a Mac, then macOS Sonoma has the potential to confuse because of an elegant yet easily missable design choice on the lock screen. Here's how to use the new user switch feature in the fall.
We're more used to saying "Hey, Siri" and now just "Siri" to our iPhones — but it's also true on macOS Sonoma, if you set it up first. Here's how to do it.
Once more, Apple's updates to security in Safari are small, yet useful. Here's what's new in macOS Sonoma, and what Private Browsing can do.
Apple has not made giant changes to dictation in macOS Sonoma, but yet again the small improvements it has introduced will significantly help users. Here's what's new in Dictation and how to make the most of it.
You may love spring-loaded folders on the Mac, you may loathe them — or you may never have noticed the feature. Here's how to use or disable them as you need in macOS Sonoma.