You can now play classic DOS games on your Mac in your browser, thanks to the online service DOS_deck. Here's how to use it.
macOS Tips and Tricks
Adobe Photoshop stores lots of temporary files on your Mac during editing, which can have side-effects. Here's how to clear them out in macOS.
The Basilisk II emulator can be used to run old versions of Mac OS 8 and System 7 on a modern Mac. Here's how to get started using it.
Unlock the full potential of your Mac keyboard by mastering the use of special characters. Here are three easy methods to access myriad symbols in nearly every application.
Apple removes support for old Mac hardware in new macOS releases. Here's how to run modern macOS on older Macs using OpenCore.
Apple has added a new Profiles feature to Safari in macOS Sonoma, which is meant to be a quick way to separate work and home browsing, and to help with concentration and privacy. Here's how to use it.
You've long been able to turn any website into an app on your Mac, but with macOS Sonoma, Apple has made it so easy that you're going to do it. Here's how.
The Apple I was Apple's first-ever computer, and you can try out computing history by emulating it using OpenEmulator. Here's how.
Display scaling makes the size of your Mac's interface more comfortable on non-Retina monitors but incurs some visual and performance penalties. We explain these effects and how much they matter.
You can easily keep tabs on what's running on your Mac and get things running smoothly by using Apple's Activity Monitor. Here's how to get started.
If you happen to be using Terminal, you can get quick system info through it using the uname command. Here's how to use the command line term in macOS.
Homebrew is a macOS package manager that lets users install and manage UNIX tools and 3rd party software. Here's how to get started.
Crash reports can lead to clues as to why an app crashed in macOS. Here's how to understand what those reports actually say about your Mac.
While old Apple hardware is mostly long-gone, there are ways to run some of your antique software on your current Mac. Here's how to get started emulating old Apple computers on your new machine.
It's easy to read your Apple APFS and HFS hard drives or SSDs on your Windows PC with the right format, or the right software. Here's what you need.
AI is taking the world by storm, and while you could use Google Bard or ChatGPT, you can also use a locally-hosted one on your Mac. Here's how to use the new MLC LLM chat app.
There are a few final useful utilities in Apple's Disk Utility you may not be aware of. Here's how to use them the continued exploration of the macOS tool.
AppleScript is Apple's powerful automation language for macOS. Here's how to use it to speed up your workflow when using your Mac.
Toolbars in macOS make performing common tasks much easier in apps, but you can make them better. He's how to arrange them to your liking.
There are a few less obvious features for managing and manipulating your storage devices in the macOS Disk Utility. In the third part of our deep dive into Disk Utility, here's how to find and use them.