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Should You Buy a 2021 MacBook Pro for Gaming?

The 2021 MacBook Pro is a monster, with 10 CPU cores and up to 32 GPU cores for never-before-seen 3D graphics performance. On hearing this news you might think that the new MacBook Pro is nearing “gaming laptop” territory. Un…

M1 Pro or M1 Max MacBook: Which Should You Buy?

Apple Silicon-powered MacBooks just keep getting more powerful and impressive, but how much power do you really need? If you’re torn on which MacBook Pro is best for you, we’ll help make your decision a little easier….

How to Watch Picture in Picture Video on Mac

Want to watch a YouTube or Netflix video while getting a little work done on your Mac? You could add a second monitor, or take the easier, cheaper route and use Picture in Picture mode to keep watching….

How to Copy URLs of All Open Tabs in Safari

Starting with Safari 15, Apple’s browser now has a hidden feature that lets you copy all the web addresses (URLs) from dozens of open tabs. Here’s how you can copy links from multiple tabs at once on your Mac, iPhone, and iPa…

How to Select Multiple Files on Mac

Mac makes it easy to select multiple files, so you can batch perform actions like copy, move, and delete. We’ll show you various ways to select multiple files in Finder on Mac.

How to Delete a User Account on Mac

If you’ve recently stopped sharing your Mac with others, then you should consider deleting unused user accounts on the machine. We’ll show you how to safely delete user accounts on macOS.

What Is a Super Retina (XDR) Display?

Apple’s “Retina display” first appeared in the iPhone 4 in 2010, and all iPhones produced since then have featured the “Retina” branding in their marketing. So what makes a “Super Retina” and “Super Retina XDR” display differ…

How to Convert PDF to JPG on Mac

On a Mac, you can use just the built-in tools to convert specific or all pages of a PDF file to JPG. We’ll show you how to perform this conversion using the built-in Preview and Automator apps on the Mac….

How to Set Up Custom Email Domains on iCloud

With the introduction of iCloud+ (plus), Apple also offers subscribers the ability to set up a custom email domain. If you’ve purchased or plan to purchase your own domain, you can manage email addresses using that domain thr…

How to Block Tracking Pixels in Apple Mail

Today’s technology makes email tracking very easy. Surprisingly detailed information gets sent back to that business or person to further their marketing efforts thanks to something called “tracking pixels.” We’ll show you h…

How to Hide Red Notification Badges on Mac

If you find yourself bothered by the red notification badges—usually indicating that you have unread messages or emails—on app icons on your Mac, you can easily turn them off. We’ll show you how to quickly hide red notifi…

How to “Cut and Paste” Files on Mac

If you’d like to move files or folders from one folder to another on your Mac, you can “cut and paste” them in a method similar to Windows, although it’s not immediately obvious how to do it. We’ll show you how….
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