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How to Delete Specific Chrome Autofill Suggestions

If use the Chrome web browser, it’s fairly likely you will find Chrome autofill suggestions recommending things for various forms and text entry points. Sometimes those autofill suggestions can be accurate, but sometimes they can be bizarrely irrelevant, unhelpful, or outdated. Most often these irrelevant Chrome suggestions show up from autofill in search boxes or … Read More

How to Look Inside Airports with Apple Maps on iPhone and iPad to Plan Ahead When Traveling

Airports can be hectic, and just about every traveler knows the stress of visiting an airport they have never been to before and trying to quickly navigate the maze of terminals to find their gate so that they can board a plane on time. A great trick that can ease the stress of travel and … Read More

How to Uninstall Packages with Homebrew

If you have installed Homebrew on a Mac to use as a package manager for various unix and command line utilities, you’ve probably also installed a handful of packages deemed useful to you. But what if you no longer need one, and you want to remove a particular Homebrew package? It turns out that uninstalling … Read More

Beta 2 of iOS 11.4.1 and macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 Released for Testing

Apple has released the second beta versions of macOS 10.13.6 High Sierra and iOS 11.4.1 for user enrolled in the beta testing programs for current generation Apple system software. iOS 11.4.1 beta 2 is expected to be a bug fix update primarily, as no new features or major changes are expected in the iOS 11.x … Read More

How to Get Dynamic Desktops on Any Version of Mac OS – Without Mojave!

Dynamic Desktops are an interesting feature in MacOS Mojave that cause the desktop wallpaper to change throughout the day with the time, mimicking the changes in lighting that would occur in a scene as the day and night progresses. It’s a subtle but cool feature that brings some life to an otherwise static wallpaper. But … Read More

How to Enable Mail Drop on Non-iCloud Email Accounts in Mac OS

Many people may think of the Mail Drop feature as iCloud-only, but Mac users can enable the convenient Mail Drop feature for other non-iCloud email accounts that are setup in Mail for Mac OS. This allows you to use the excellent Mail Drop feature for sending and receiving large files with just about any email … Read More

How to Convert ISO to VDI Virtual Box Image

If you’re a regular VirtualBox user, you may appreciate knowing how to convert an ISO image file (.iso) into a VDI Virtual Box image file (.vdi). Converting an iso to vdi is different from simply booting VirtualBox from an iso, instead it is taking an .iso image, for example of a live boot image, and … Read More

Download macOS Mojave Beta 1 Now

Apple has unveiled macOS Mojave at the annual WWDC 2018 conference, and as usual the developer crowd gains first access to beta system software. Any Mac user who is enrolled in the developer beta testing program can now access and download macOS Mojave developer beta 1. Current Mac developers can download the macOS Mojave beta … Read More

How to Play FLAC Audio Files on Mac

Want to listen to FLAC audio files on a Mac? Maybe someone sent you an audio file in .flac format and you can’t figure out how to play it? There are several options for playing FLAC in Mac OS, but iTunes is not one of them. Fortunately there are a variety of other choices available … Read More

Where to Download Old Mac OS Software From

Do you have an older Mac that you still use? Or maybe an older retro Mac is sitting in a closet that you’d like to dust off and get some use out of? Maybe it’s a PowerBook that is running Snow Leopard, an original iMac with Tiger, an older Macintosh LC 475 with System 7.0.1, … Read More