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.
Mac OS X
Old Macs still have a lot to offer in terms of usage and functionality. Here's how to keep your old Mac minis running like new.
If your Mac is having problems, macOS has multiple keyboard combinations that you can hold to recover your system, start in safe mode, run diagnostics, and more. Here's how to use them.
Little Snitch 5.5 is an app which allows you to track, allow, and deny network connections on your Mac — and it's not for everybody.
Homebrew, the macOS package manager, has been updated to version 4.0, and includes speed enhancements, improvements to automatic updates, and more.
Running 1980s home computer software on your modern Mac is fun, but can be done in many different ways. Here's how to run retro Atari, Sinclair, and Commodore software on the latest hardware.
Wine is a Windows API compatibility layer which allows you to run Windows software on modern computers. Here's how to get started.
File compression on the Mac has been around since nearly as long has the line itself has. Here are our top picks for squeezing files down as small as they can go on macOS and iOS.
Secure Copy is a UNIX standard used to transfer files from one computer to another. He's how to use the function in macOS, all via the Terminal window.