Boot Camp Assistant, a multi-boot but free utility on Intel-based Macs designed by Apple, allows you to switch between the macOS and Windows.
This post is for people who know nothing about TextEdit on Mac, elaborating what TextEdit is, how to use TextEdit on Mac, etc.
The overview of what is Finder on Mac, including how to use Mac Finder and how to close Finder on Mac.
HEIC is a new image format designed to save space while providing a high compression rate. This article goes over the HEIC file in depth and shows you how to open it on a Mac.
This post is a complete guide to iCloud Photos. It tells what is iCloud Photos, how to use iCloud Photos on Mac, iPhone, Windows PC, Android, etc., plus fixes for iCloud Photos not showing/syncing.
This article introduces USB port adapters. Find a USB port adapter or multi USB hub to help you connect two or more devices for data transfer, network connection, or screen sharing.
This post walk you through all you need to know about the symlink on Mac. After reading, you will know what the symlink is on Mac and how to create and delete a symlink on Mac.
Introduce a hidden boot mode on M1 Macs - Fallback Recovery OS. Find out how to boot in it and whether it is available on your M1 Mac.
This post explains what macOS context menu is and how to access and customize the right-click menu on Mac. You'll also learn how to expand the functions of the context menu.
Apple Diagnostics: Read to know what Apple Diagnostics on Mac is and how to run Apple hardware diagnostics on your Mac.
Apple provides multiple ways to secure your Mac and the Startup Security Utility is one of such features. This post will help you understand what is Startup Security Utility & how to access it on Mac.
Getting to know the latest macOS 13 Ventura's release date, compatibility, and the new productivity and continuity features that Apple announced in WWDC 2022.
Boot your Mac in Safe Mode, and use Safe Mode to fix your Mac problems. Also, offer solutions for fixing Mac Safe Mode that's not working.
An overview of Full Disk Access on Mac, including what it is, whether you should allow it on macOS, and how to grant Full Disk Access on Mac.
This post explains what the Application Support folder is on Mac, where it locates, and whether you can delete the Application Support folder on Mac.
Read this article to understand Mac Archive Utility and know how to manage file compression and expansion on Mac with this hidden tool.
This article introduces Mac keyboard modifier keys, tells where they are on a Mac keyboard, and how to customize the functionality of Mac modifier keys on macOS Ventura and earlier versions.
It tells what is iMovie for Mac, how to use iMovie for Mac, and how to uninstall iMovie for Mac if you decide not to use it anymore.
This post aims to introduce the Duplicates album, a new feature on macOS Ventura. Reading this post, you will dive into this feature and know how to organize your duplicate photos and videos on Mac.
What is Mac OS Extended (Journaled)? Read this post to get the answer and learn how to format Mac OS Extended (Journaled) on Mac and Windows, as well as its differences with APFS, ExFAT and NTFS.
This guide gives a full introduction about what Trust Platform Module(TPM)is, and how to enable or disable it.
This article tells you the basic definition of file format and lets you know 5 different file types.
An introduction of the feature 'Go to Folder' in Finder, including its function and how to use Go to Folder to open a folder and subfolder.
All about Apple Xcode on Mac, including the explanation of Xcode, whether you need it, and the steps to download and install Xcode on your Mac.
This article explains what is Auto Save and Version on Mac, and makes you know more about these two overlooked features on Mac.
Should you use APFS or APFS Encrypted? This post explains their differences, APFS Encrypted vs FileVault and the steps to erase an APFS ENcrytped drive on Mac.
DFU stands for Device Firmware Update. Entering DFU mode on Mac can help you restore or revive your Mac when Recovery Mode is not working.
An overview of the DMG file, including what a DMG file is, what a DMG file is used for, and how to open a DMG file on Mac and Windows.
An overview of APFS snapshots, including what an APFS snapshot is, what it is used for, where it is stored on Mac, and APFS snapshots vs. Time Machine backups.
Apple Configurator 2: Read to know what Apple Configurator 2 is and how to use Apple Configurator 2 to revive M1 Mac.
Boot your Mac into Single User Mode and use Mac Single User Mode to repair hard disk. And offers the guide to use Mac Single User Mode command.
Confused about what is Thunderbolt port? This article will explain to you what is Thunderbolt port, how it works, and what do people use Thunderbolt ports for.
File type comes with various extensions. MTS file is one member of the file family. This article from iBoysoft gives you a comprehensive introduction to the MTS file.
An explanation of the Mac admin account. After reading, you will know what you can do with the privileges of an admin account. Plus, you can find solutions for the no admin account on Mac issue.
What is cloud storage? This post contains the definition of cloud storage, the use of cloud storage, the working principle of cloud storage, and more.
If you use macOS for the first time, then you might be unfamiliar with the Home Folder on Mac. This post will tell you what Home Folder is and how to use it on Mac.
Read this post, you will know how to turn on Find My Mac to protect data and how to turn off Find My Mac.
Identifying your keyboard with Keyboard Setup Assistant on Mac? Here are the details and what to do when Mac Keyboard Setup Assistant keeps popping up.
This article tells you the equivalent of Ctrl Alt Delete on Mac, its alternatives and how to force quit applications.
FLV is a container file format used to deliver digital video content developed by Adobe Systems for its Flash Player in 2003. This article offers you a comprehensive introduction to FLV file format.
This Mac Time Machine overview explains what is Time Machine on Mac, how to use Time Machine on Mac, and FAQs about it in security, performance, etc.
All about the meaning and types of virtual machines, the pros and cons of common virtual machine software for Mac, and other alternatives of VMs for Mac.
Experiencing error code 100060 on Mac when transferring files to (micro) SD cards, external hard drives, USBs, etc? Get to know what error 100060 is and 10 ways to fix it.
About what is NVRAM and what is it used for, when to reset NVRAM and how to reset it, etc. Also, tell the differences between NVRAM, Flash, and RAM.
An overview of Apple silicon Mac, including its performance and weak points. The differences between an Apple silicon Mac and an Intel Mac.
Introduce what mds_stores on Mac is and how to fix mds_stores consuming high CPU on Mac. Tell you how to stop mds_stores on Mac.
An introduction to the definition and the function of the computer operating system. It also recommends highly-acclaimed computer operating systems.
An explanation of the system report on Mac, it also guides on how to check system report/system information in macOS Ventura and how to use the Mac system report.
A complete overview of how to use BitLocker on Windows 10 to encrypt your data. Plus BitLocker recovery mode and BitLocker recovery key.
About what is NTFS and the pros and cons of Microsoft NTFS. The differences between FAT32, exFAT, and NTFS.
An overview of T2 security chip, including which Mac models with T2 chip, what is it, and how does it work. Differences between T2 chip and M1 chip.
An overview about external hard drive, including what's an external hard drive, usage of external hard drives, the best external hard drive for Mac, etc.
This is a summary of What a USB flash drive is, how to use one, its pros and cons, and how to take care of it
About what is APFS, including its OS compatibility, features, and limitations. Also, compare APFS and Mac OS Extended.
This post explains the new features Erase All Content and Settings in macOS Monterey and Ventura. It enables you to erase all content and settings on Mac without reinstalling macOS.
This post talks about the revamped System Settings app on macOS Ventura, once System Preferences on macOS Monterey and earlier, including the new design, relocated settings, and some problems.
An overview about SD card, including what's an SD card, how to use an SD card, how to format SD card, and differences between types of SD cards.
Reading this post to find out whether you can use Boot Camp with the M1 Mac and the alternative methods to run Windows on ARM-based Mac.
This article overviews HFS+, including its purpose, features, and differences of exFAT vs. HFS+ vs. NTFS.
Here is a complete introduction to FileVault disk encryption. Reading this post to know what is FileVault on Mac and how to use it to protect your data.
Fusion drive, SSD, or HDD? Which is the best choice for your Mac? Can't tell the difference among the fusion drive, SSD and HDD? Don't worry, this article will tell you the secrets of them.
This article gives you a clear explanation of SMART, how to check your hard drive's SMART status, and how can you fix the SMART status error.
An overview about System Preferences on Mac, including what is System Preferences, where is System Preferences on Mac, and what’s the use of it.
Here are ways to delete Launchpad duplicate icons and get the removed Launchpad back to Dock. Read to know What Launchpad is, and how to use Launchpad shortcut key and add applications to Launchpad.
Fix the error 'Your startup disk is almost full' and find the causes. Free up your disk space when Mac disk is full.
Mac can fully read and write external devices with exFAT format. It will mount the exFAT device automatically in Finder and desktop.
This is a simple yet clear explanation to Mac Trash. It elaborates on what and where is Mac Trash. Plus how to use Mac Trash to delete files, recover files, and empty files.
What is a DS_Store file? Read to know how to open, hide, delete and disable DS_Store files on Mac. Also, learn how to ignore DS_Store files in GitHub.
This article introduces every Mac OS X and macOS version in order from the first to the latest macOS, including their updated features, pros, and cons.
Read to know what is SSD TRIM, including the benefits of SSD TRIM command and how to enable SSD TRIM on Mac.
A beginner’s guide to know Mac Terminal. Get to know how to open and use Terminal on Mac and common Terminal commands.
A beginner’s guide to use Disk utility on Mac to repair hard drives, restore disk images, add partitions or volumes to disks and erase disks to free space.
SSD vs. HDD: which is better? Read this passage to know what is SSD and its differences between HDD as well as how to pick a right SSD drive.
Read to know what is fsck and how to run fsck manually on Mac. And find the basic fsck command in this post.
This post discusses the startup disk on Mac, including what it is, how to change a startup disk, etc., and provides fixes for some common problems on the startup disk.
An overview of the plist file, including what a plist file is, what a plist file is used for, and how to open a plist file on Mac and Windows.
Read to know about Activity Monitor Mac, including what Mac Activity Monitor is and how to open Activity Monitor on Mac.
A full guide of Spotlight Search on Mac, including what the Spotlight is on Mac and how to use it. How to customize and turn off Spotlight on Mac?
Reading this post, you will know what is SMC on your Mac. More important, you can learn when and how to reset SMC to troubleshoot abnormal MacBook Ari/Pro/iMac/Mac Pro/Mini.
Mac Firmware Password: Read to know what is a firmware password, how to turn off a firmware password on Mac in macOS 12 and how to set firmware password on Mac.
A full explanation about What is Macintosh HD and Macintosh HD - Data. And also tells the difference between Macintosh HD and Macintosh HD - Data.
It tells what is iCloud and what is iCloud+. Also, it offers how to set up an iCloud account on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and even on Windows PC.
Wondering what fseventsd or the .fseventsd folder on USB is? This post gives you the details and solutions to fix fseventsd high CPU or memory usage.
What is Console on Mac? This guide tells what Console does on Mac, how to access, close, and read Console logs, and Mac Console shortcuts for quick actions.
An introduction to the macOS Library folder, tells how to access the invisible Library folder on Mac and how to make the macOS Library folder visible in Finder.
Difference between APFS vs. Mac OS Extended in speed, encryption, Time Machine backup format, etc. Which one is better for disk format.
About macOS 14 (Sonoma), including the macOS Sonoma beta version, compatibility, features, release data, and how to download and install macOS 14.
This post introduces what plain text is, the examples of plain text, and how to create a plain text. Besides, it compares plain text and rich text.
This post introduces Rich Text Format, including what a Rich Text Format and its example is, how to make one, and Rich Text Format vs. Plain Text.
This article is a perfect introduction to Mac Pro 2023. If you know nothing about it but still are curious about it, click in and have a comprehensive understanding of it right this moment!
Wonder where the tmp or temp folder is on Mac? This post offers the answer and what tmp folder is, how to access and delete the tmp files on Mac.
Everything you need to know about the Windows tmp files is covered in this article, including what it is, where it is on Windows, how to get to it, and how to delete all temporary files.
Iconservicesagent uses a huge amount of RAM and CPU on your Mac? Fix it with the solutions in this guide. You can also learn what iconservicesagent is.
Read to learn about Mac File Explorer, including where it is on a Mac and how to open and use it to browse files on your Mac.
If you want to know more about PSD files, this post is for you. It describes what is PSD file and how to open a PSD file on Windows and Mac.
Get a huge Containers folder on Mac? Learn what the Containers folder and the Group Containers folder are and how to access them. You can also learn whether you can delete the Containers folder.
Siri is a versatile utility that helps you perform kinds of tasks with your voice involved. This post is for beginners to know Siri and how to create Siri shortcuts on your macOS device to save time.
This post introduces the Low Data Mode on iPhone in detail. After reading, you will know what the Low Data Mode is, how to turn on it, how to turn off it, etc.
This post introduces Image Capture to you on Mac/MacBook, including what Image Capture is, and how to use it.
To learn what and where Mac startup programs are and how to change or stop programs from running at startup on macOS Ventura, Monterey, or earlier.
Wondering what loginwindow is? Get your answers here and learn how to fix loginwindow high CPU/memory/energy issues and what to do if loginwindow quits unexpectedly.
It shows a full introduction to the new Apple Silicon - M2 Ultra, including the comparison between M2 Ultra, M2 Max, and M1 Ultra.
This post explains what is black screen of death/BSOD on Windows 10/8/7 or Mac and how to fix PCs/laptops/desktops black screen error.
This post aims to introduce the Photos Repair Library tool, a hidden feature in the Photos app on Mac. After reading, you will know what this tool is used for and how to use it step by step.
This post will tell you what is Mac Menu Bar, how to hide and customize Mac Menu Bar. Plus how to fix Mac Menu Bar disappears issue.
Overview of SystemUIServer, including what SystemUIServer is, why it takes a high CPU, and why app installers want access to control SystemUIServer.
Is ReportCrash taking high CPU usage on your Mac? Learn what ReportCrash is, how to stop it from demanding CPU and how to disable ReportCrash on Mac.
Apple WWDC 2023 is announced on 5th, June 2023. This article focuses on the new features and enhancements to hardware and software brought by Apple. If you're interested in them, click in right now!
This post explains Screen Saver on Mac and tells how to customize it on your Mac, especially on Mac running macOS Sonoma.
If you're not determined whether you should turn mouse acceleration on or off, you can find the answer in this article, which introduces what is mouse acceleration and it's pros and cons in detail.
About USB ports, including their types, uses, etc. Help tell the differences between USB-A, USB-B, and USB-C and find a suitable USB port for you.
What is a USB hub? You can read this USB hub overview to learn how it works, the pros and cons of the USB hub, and whether you need it.
Wondering what a Unix Executable File on Mac? Read this guide to learn its definition and how to open Unix Executable Files on Mac.
This post tells what the Secure Boot on Windows 8/10/11 is, how it works, plus how to enable or disable Secure Boot on your PC.
Overview about Mac Preview, including what it is and how to use Preview on Mac to view and edit images and PDFs.
Know nothing about ZSH? This article is an optimal and informative introduction to guide you to know ZSH from a comprehensive perspective. Do not hesitate and click in to know ZSH.
After reading this post, you will know what the Secure Search extension is, and understand how it gets on your device and works. Plus, iBoysoft provides details steps to remove Secure Search on Mac.
This post introduces Mac accessibility and tells how to enable, change, and turn off the Accessibility features on Mac.
Disk Image Mounter helps you to mount the image file easily, and this post tells you how to mount or unmount Disk Image on Windows and Mac.
This post aims to explain what the Windows Defender security warning is. Plus, it also provides a complete guide to removing the Windows Defender security warning from your computer.
What is Handoff on MacBook? Read to know Handoff requirements, steps to turn on/off Handoff, how to use Handoff on Mac and iPhone, and copy over devices.
If you forget or lose a password on your device, you've come to the right place. This article guides you to know a password recovery toolkit, that is, Passware Kit. Click in to know how to use it.
Is mDNSResponder using high network traffic or high CPU resources on your Mac? Learn what mDNSResponder is and how to fix mDNSResponder high network or CPU on Mac.
Fails to Meet Gatekeeper Policy? This guide tells you what Mac Gatekeeper is and how to enable/bypass/disable Gatekeeper on macOS Sonoma, Vetnura, Monterey and other version.
An overview of OneDrive for Mac and tell you how to download, install, and log in OneDrive on a Mac. Also, tell you the Mac alternative to OneDrive.
Don't be nervous when you see the error code 0xc0000098 on the blue screen on your Windows 7/8/10/11 and this post offers five ways to fix it.
Is Safari a search engine? Safari is a web browser that can help you view and interact with a search engine. Google is Safari's default search engine.
This article guides you to know Apple's Neural Engine from a comprehensive perspective. If you're interested in it, click in and have a look right now!
Overview of the ~/Library/Caches folder on a Mac and tells if it is OK to delete it, how to delete it, and what will happen if you delete it.
This post is going to explore the Game Mode on macOS Sonoma, the latest Mac operating system. It explains what Game Mode is and how you can benefit from Game Mode in macOS Sonoma.
macOS Sonoma allows users to add widgets to the desktop. This post introduces you to this fresh feature and teaches you how to add widgets to your desktop.
Overview of Smart Folders on Mac, including what a Smart Folder on Mac is, how to create and use a Smart Folder, and Smart Folders vs folders on Mac.
ReFS is the sixth version of the Windows Server operating system by Microsoft, and this post mainly introduces this file system in detail.
An overview of the Home and End buttons on a Mac. Tells you what a Home button and an End key are on a Mac and where they are.
You cannot be strange to Apple Internet Accounts since you use them frequently as long as you are a citizen who works on a computer. This article guides you to know it comprehensively.
Is fileproviderd using 100% or more CPU of your Mac? Read this article to learn what fileproviderd is and how to stop it from consuming high CPU.
A guide on Mac Studio. This post introduces the M1 Max/Ultra Mac Studio and M2 Max/Ultra Mac Studio. After reading, you will know details of Mac Studio including release date, price, design, etc.
Wanna improve work efficiency on your Windows PC if you take it as a workstation? This post offers you such a guideline. You will know some practical shortcuts keys for Windows and their good.
Here's what photolibraryd is and how to fix photolibraryd high CPU usage, draining battery and quitting unexpectedly on Mac.
An overview of system log files on Mac. About how to view the system log on a Mac and whether it is safe to delete them on your Mac.
System File Checker is a built-in utility in Windows that can help users to detect and fix system issues. This post gives an introduction to it and teaches how to run it in different situtaion.
Read to learn how to find hard drive on Mac and how to fix the problem when can't find hard drive on Mac.
Wondering where the Utilities folder is on your MacBook or desktop Mac? Learn 5 ways to access the Utilities folder on Mac and what the Utilities folder is.
Mac users connect an external hard drive to Mac as the Time Machine backup drive more often. This post introduces you a new stuff allowing you to back up your Mac via Time Machine without a drive.
It tells what is the Voice Memos app on Mac, how to set Voice Memos, and how to use it to record audio on Mac. Where to find Voice Memos files is also mentioned.
This post explains the feature wake for network access on your Mac and guides you to enable/disable the wake-on-LAN option on both Mac desktops and laptops running macOS Ventura and earlier versions.
Since the M1 and M2 lineup of Macs are released so long, Apple now bury itself in new lineup of Macs, that is, the Macs soldering M3 Apple Silicon chips. This article guides you to know fully.
This post explains what is Safe Mode on Windows and describes how to boot Windows 10 in Safe Mode and how to turn off it.
Explain what photoanalysisd is and how to fix the photoanalysisd high CPU issue on Mac, including the steps to disable photoanalysisd on Mac.
About what Search Marquis is on Google Chrome, including why it is on your Mac, whether it is dangerous, and how to remove Search Marquis from Mac.
An overview of Energy Saver on a Mac, including where Energy Saver is and how to change Energy Saver settings on a Mac/MacBook Monterey & Big Sur.
This post tells what FaceTime on your Mac is and how to use it on Mac.
Mac clipboard manager allows you to keep a history of everything you copy on the clipboard so that you can access them at any time. This article guides you to know some wonderful clipboard managers.
RAR file is a file format that contains one or more files that have been compressed into a smaller file using WinRAR software. You can use it to transfer or store huge files on your computers.
Do you want to know how long your Mac has been continuously operating without a restart? Read to know about Mac uptime.
This post explains bin files on Mac and the usr/local/bin folder. Plus, it guides you on how to access usr/local/bin on Mac in Finder or Terminal.
HelpViewer is an application that shows users the help screens, which are written in HTML. You can read this post for more information about HelpViewer.
Is mdsync consuming high CPU usage on Mac? Learn what mdsync is and how to stop mdsync from using high CPU on Mac with this post.
Read to know what is New Folder With Selection in macOS and how to use the New Folder With Selection feature on Mac or MacBook.
What is trustd process in the Activity Monitor on Mac? Read to know how to fix the trustd process taking up high CPU usage.
This post gives a full introduction to Winmail.dat and shows how to open Winmail.dat on Mac.
This post elaborates on the Mac delete keyboard shortcuts and command line. After reading, you will know how to delete a file/folder or multiple ones using keyboard shortcuts and the command lines.
An overview of kernel extension on Mac, including what kernel extensions are, are kernel extensions safe, and how to enable kernel extensions on Mac.
This article introduces you to a less-known but amazing feature designed for macOS computers that allows you to make the wanted characters or paragraphs to a new file by dragging.
This post introduces Windows.old and explains how to delelet it on Windows.
Detail what IMDPersistenceAgent is and how to fix IMDPersistenceAgent using high CPU or memory usage on Mac.
Overview of the Go menu on Mac. Tell you how to find and use the Finder Go menu on Mac to access a specific folder.
This post shows what is ColorSync Utility and how to use it on Mac/MacBook.
Windows File History is a wonderful feature that backs up your files and data on a Windows computer and functions a lot in data recovery work. This post guides you to know Windows File History.
This post explains the encrypt local backup option while backing up iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch to Mac/Windows. Reading this post provided by iBoysoft to know how to use this feature.
This article tells you what suggestd is, how to fix suggestd high CPU or memory usage, and what to do if suggestd keeps crashing with the bug report saying 'suggestd quit unexpecedly.'
Windows Command Prompt is a powerful built-in toolset that performs your command lines and responds to you the results. This article guides you to know this toolset comprehensively.
Read to know what is SSD wear level and how to check SSD wear level on Mac to examine SSD health.
This is an introduction to BCD, which also includes how to fix error code 0xc0000034 by rebuilding BCD and how to create BCD.
A guest account on Mac is a simple and convenient way for other people to use your computer while your personal data remains secure and private.
Wondering what the triald process on Mac is? This post will provide you with an answer and assist you in resolving triald process high CPU usage.
Where is Mac app switch and how to switch apps on Mac? Check this post to know more.
This introduces what is the restore point and how to set a restore point on Windows 10/11.
Have noticed that the syspolicyd process hogs CPU in the background? Reading this post to know what syspolicyd is and what to do when it uses a high CPU on your Mac.
Read to know what is FileVault institutional recovery key and how to create and use the institutional recovery key.
Advanced Data Protection for iCloud is a newly coming feature that secure your data at a more advanced level. This article guides you to know this new function comprehensively.
This post answers where is the Control Center on Mac and how to use Control Center Mac.
This post introduces two new chips released by Apple, including a comparison with the old chips.
This post talks about the distnoted process on Mac. After reading this post, you will know what the distnoted is, and the reasons and solutions for distnoted using high memory and CPU.
Read to know what is Apple AirPrint and how to use Apple AirPrint to print photos or documents from Mac, iPhone,and iPad.
The automatic login on Mac allows you to enter your Mac without typing your password during the startup. Read to know what it is and how to enable or disable it.
The equivalent key of the Alt key on Mac is the Option key. You can learn how to use the Alt key on Mac and discover some common key shortcuts.
Read on to learn what searchpartyuseragent, searchpartyd, bluetoothd, and locationd on Mac are and how to fix searchpartyuseragent high CPU usage.
This post elaborates on what is Airplane mode on Mac and how to enable Mac Airplane mode in two quick ways.
Read to know what is Command + Z on a Mac and how to undo Command Z on Mac.
This article explains what SSH is and tells you how to enable SSH on Mac to use it for remotely controlling your Mac.
It introduces a new feature, Continuity Camera, about what it is and how to use it, including how to fix it isn't working.
Read this post to know what is Mac Continuity, how it works, and some fun features you should make use of.
This article leads you to know a wonderful native application comes with your Mac, that is, QuickTime Player for Mac. You can learn what it it and what functions does it have.
This post elaborates on BitLocker automatic device encryption, including what it is, how it works, how to activate and disable it, etc. And explains why some users found it enabled without knowledge.
Apple introduces an advanced security feature focused on protecting against threats to users' data in the cloud, that is, Security Keys for Apple ID. This article walks you through what is it.
Explaining what mdworker_shared, mdworker & mds processes on Mac are and what to do if they consume high CPU or memory usage.
This post includes everything about Photo Booth on mac. You'll learn what is Photo Booth, how to uninstall Photo booth on mac, and how to use it.
This article tells you what is the Clock app for Mac. And more importantly, it explains how to use the Mac Clock app on macOS Ventura.
Read this post to know what is a Mac auto clicker and how it changes the way your Mac click performs.
This post explains what the sleep mode is on Mac, different types of sleep mode, and how to enable sleep mode, change sleep settings on macOS Ventura and earlier versions.
Finding corespotlightd using high CPU usage in Activity Monitor? Here're the solutions and explanation of what corespotlightd is.
Read this post to know what is Universal Binary and how it works to ease the transition from Intel Macs to Apple silicon Macs.
This article tells you everything you need to know about Mac Notification Center, including what is it, how to access it on macOS, and more.
This post explains the Power Nap on Mac and tells how to turn it on/off on macOS Ventura and earlier versions. After reading, you will have a deep understanding of the Power Nap.
This post elaborates on the USB/Thunderbolt accessory security, an enhanced protection feature on macOS Ventura, it tells how the USB Restricted Mode works and how to change security configuration.
If you encounter the EFI Boot option when pressing Option at Mac startup, read this post to know what it is, why it occurs, and how to remove it.
Apple's Ventura update brings the long-waited Weather app macOS to Mac computers. Read this article to take full advantage of it.
Apple Freeform is a great app to bring your ideas to life, sketch out a project, design a mood board, or start a brainstorming session on a flexible canvas that supports almost any kind of file.
What is QuickLookUIService on Mac? This post gives you the answer and solutions to try when QuickLookUIService uses high CPU or memory usage.
This article explains everything you need to know about Mac Voice, the screen reader on macOS. Including what is it, and how to use it on your Mac.
macOS offers a built-in Summarize tool. Read this post to know how to use it to shorten your text documents on Mac.
What is softwareupdated on Mac? This post gives you the answer and solutions to softwareupdated high CPU or memory consumption.
With content caching enabled on Mac, you can save bandwidth and upgrade your Apple devices with faster speed.
This article explains Apple’s display technology True Tone, including what is it, how does it work, and how to enable it on Mac.
This article explains what Core Storage is, what 'damaged Core Storage User' mean, and ways to fix it.
You can have a wide variety of passwords on your Mac to sign in to various accounts. This article offers you the optimum password manager for you to remember all the passwords of your accounts.
Quick Note is a new feature introduced in macOS Monterey to help users create a new note quickly and easily.
This post explains what the System Data on Mac is and how to clear it on Monterey and Ventura when your Mac is low on storage. It provides multiple methods to delete unnecessary files to free up space
Read on to know what is BitLocker virus and how this scheme works in general, plus effective tips on how to access BitLocker virus-infected drives.
This article covers everything you need to know about the Night Shift on Mac, including what is it, how it works, and how to enable it on your Mac computer.
An introduction to wired memory on Mac. It tells what the macOS wired memory is, and whether it needs to worry about high macOS wired memory, plus how to clear wired memory on Mac.
Mac address is a unique string of numbers that stands for different devices. This article tells you the definition of it, how to find it and how to use it on your Mac to conduct more operations.
This article explains what is Preference Pane on a Mac computer. Also, tells you how to remove third-party Preference Panes from your Mac.
This article tells things you should know about the iOS emulator for Mac, including what is it, how it works, and what can you do with it.
Apple Notes is a wonderful built-in tool that enables you to write down certain things. This article offers you a full guideline on how to use Apple notes on Mac.
About the feature iCloud Shared Photo Library in Photos on macOS Ventura and iOS 16. And how to create a Shared Photo Library to share photos.
Learn what Thunderbolt Bridge on Mac is, and how to activate or remove Thunderbolt Bridge on Mac,. You can also learn how to fix Thunderbolt Bridge not connected on Mac.
This post explains what is Mac application memory, how it works, how to check app memory on Mac, and how to free up app memory when your Mac is low on memory.
Learn what U disk is, the differences of U disk vs pen drive, why your USB flash drive mounts as a U disk, and how to use a U disk on Mac.
From this post, you will know what the Mac root directory/folder is, and how to get to it in different ways, including changing Finder Preferences, using Go to Finder, the keys shortcut, and Terminal.
Android Emulator for Mac allows you to run Android apps on your Mac, which is really powerful and easy to use. This article guides you to know it comprehensively and introduces you some Emulators.
Read this post to know what's taking up your Mac storage and how to check used and available storage on Mac.
This article explains what is a .7z file to you, and lists several reasons why you should use it. Also, the way to open 7z files on Mac is covered.
Everything about iOS files on Mac, including what are iOS files on Mac, are they on Mac important, how do you access them, etc.
This post explains Apple Family Sharing, tells how to set up Apple Family Sharing, what can be shared among members of a family group, and other essentials you should know to use Apple Family Sharing.
Microsoft Office develops various office applications, almost dominating the office application market, This article teaches you how to choose an optimal Microsoft office for Mac.
The upgraded Reminders in macOS Ventura comes with new features to improve your productivity. Read on to explore the changes.
An overview of the File Sharing feature on Mac and show you how to enable and set up File Sharing on Mac. Share a folder or large file on Mac.
This article explains Apple Passkeys on macOS Ventura, including what is it, how it works, and what Mac models support this security feature.
Experiencing error code 1309 on Mac when copying large files to external USB or hard drive? Learn what error code 1309 is and how to fix it.
This post is an explanation of Quick Look on Mac. You will learn how to use the effective and time-saving tool Quick Look to preview and edit files on Mac.
Unified memory comes with the release of the M1 chip, which enables higher performance on Mac with an Apple silicon chip. This post guides you to know unified memory from overview point.
Learn what is screen sharing on Mac and how to make use of it in three feasible ways.
This article covers everything you need to know about Lockdown Mode Mac, including what is it, how does it work, and how to enable it on Mac.
This post explains what is the Public folder on Mac, how to access it, how to use the Public folder to make an item available to all users of your Mac, and how to add/delete an item to/from it.
Safari password manager is a special feature introduced by Apple, which is able to manage your password stored on the Safari browser. This post will guide you to learn how to use it on Safari.
A complete explanation of the Mac spinning cursor, including what it is, its history, how it occurs, and how to stop the spinning cursor on Mac.
This post explains what Rufus for Mac is and offers the best Rufus alternatives for Mac. Also, tell you how to create a bootable USB for Mac.
Encountering error 8076 on Mac? Here, we explain what error code 8076 is, when and why it happens, and 7 ways to fix it.
This post is going to explain the Users folder on Mac, a folder that comes with your Mac. After reading, you will know what the Users folder is, what it contains, how to find it, etc.
Have you still stuck a sticky note on your desk or Mac monitor to remind yourself? There is no need anymore, this article introduces the sticky notes app for you, which always can remind you.
A comprehensive guide to setting up Apple account recovery contact on Mac, iPhone, and iPad.
This article covers everything you need to know about the Apple M1 Ultra chip, including its release date, performance, and other detailed information.
An overview of sudo in Mac Terminal and how to run as root in Mac Terminal with sudo command.
Mac recovery key adds an extra layer of security to your Apple ID account. Check this post to know how to set it up and how to use it to reset your Apple ID password.
Screen Time is a wonderful feature that is designed for Mac, which is versatile and easy to use. This post guides you to experience this feature comprehensively, and you can learn how to use it on Mac
This article explains what is Core Sync on Mac and other things you should know about it. Help you learn this background program on Mac.
Introduction of MacBook Touch ID, including what the Touch ID does on Mac, which Macs have Touch ID, and how to enable Touch ID on MacBook Pro/Air.
This article tells you about refurbished Mac, including what is the refurbished Mac, its downsides, and why should you buy a refurbished Mac.
This post explains what is swap memory on Mac, the concepts of swap file, swap space, etc., and how to check the swap used memory on your Mac computer.
This article talks about cloud data encryption solutions and how to encrypt files and folders before uploading to the cloud with best cloud encryption software for Google Drive, OneDrive, iCloud, Drop
Learn everything about Google Drive encryption, including how to encrypt your Google Drive free without Google Drive application and how Google Drive encryption works.
The Markup Tool for Mac lets users add basic annotations to PDF documents and images with multiple features to choose from.
An overview of Coreduetd on Mac. Explains what the Coreduetd is on Mac and how to stop Coreduetd if it takes up a high CPU on Mac/M1 Mac.
Intel Power Gadget is a wonderful tool providing stats of CPU on Mac and Windows, this article guides you to know this helper wth comprehensive perspective.
Emoji is a pictogram that can express ideas and emotions. Find quick ways to use emojis on Mac, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air.
AirPort Time Capsule is a splendid product developed by Apple Inc, which supports Wi-Fi for computers and network backup for Time Machine. This article leads you to know this product in details.
If you're a poor-sight person, it's annoying when you read the material or references on Mac. This tutorial will introduce you to a tool to help you read the dense letters on Mac, that is, Hover Text.
What is spindump on Mac? This post gives you the details and expalins how to create a spindump file for debugging, and ways to disable spindump to stop it using high CPU.
Want to learn what are Mac error codes? This article lists some common Apple error codes you may encounter when using Mac, along with their fixes.
After reading this post, you will know what parental controls on Mac are, anhow to set up parental controls on macOS Mojave, Catalina, Big Sur, and Monterey to make your Mac kid-safe.
eGPU for Mac is a graphics prosessor, which can give you additional performance on your Mac. This article will introduce it in detail for you and supported Mac models can apply it are also involved.
An overview about Apple Metal, including what is Apple Metal used for, which Mac has Metal, and Apple Metal vs. Vulkan.
You are familiar with system information, but you may have never heard of Mac System Profiler. This article will expound Mac System Profiler for you, and you can learn how to obtain information of Mac
This article tells everything you need to know about Live Text Mac, including what is it, what you can do with it, and how to use this feature on your Mac.
Mission Control is a feature of Mac's operating system. This article will introduce this feature for you in detail, moreover, you can learn how to use it on Mac to improve your experience on Mac.
cfprefsd using high CPU or memory usage? Here are the solutions to fix cfprefsd high CPU and a clear explanation of what cfprefsd on Mac is.
This post elaborates on how to change Trackpad settings in System Preferences. You can customize the Trackpad to meet your needs such as how to right-click on Mac, how to zoom in and zoom out, etc.
macOS networkQuality is a useful command used to test your internet connection. This guide leads you to know this wonderful feature comprehensively. The instructions to run it is also included.
Visual Look Up is one of the features accompanying the macOS 12 update. This post guides you to know Visual Look Up and ways to use it or to fix it not working.
Learning everything about Dropbox encryption, including how secure is Dropbox encryption and how to encrypt Dropbox files/folders.
This article explains everything you need to know about Hackintosh. How Hackintosh works, its pros and cons, and how to make it are covered too.
This post explains what the Hosts file is on Mac, where the Hosts file is on Mac, and provides a step-by-step guide on how to edit the Hosts file on Mac.
Worry about OneDrive data security? This article will show you how does OneDrive encrypt your files/folders in personal vault plus its risks, and how to better encrypt your files with OneDrive data en
Apple's Digital Legacy program allows you to access the Apple ID account of a decedent. You can also set up a legacy contact to pass down your data after you die.
This article is an overview of Mac Catalyst. It introduces what is Mac Catalyst, what to consider before using it, and what benefits you can get from it.
This article tells what is system extension, and help you fix system extension blocked Mac issue, including NTFS for Mac system extension blocked Mac problem.
Overview of firewall on Mac, including what is Mac firewall, should you turn the Mac firewall on or off, and how to turn on or off firewall on Mac.
What is AppleInternal Folder on Mac? This post answers your question and tells you how to delete AppleInternal Folder from Mac.
This post is an introduction to the Services Menu on macOS/ Mac OS X, including what the Services Menu is, how to use Services Menu, and how to cutomize Services Menu on Mac.
Getting to know the Cloudd process on Mac, how to fix Cloudd using high CPU, and what to do when constantly receiving 'Cloud wants to use the login keychain.' and 'Cloudd quit unexpectedly.'
Some old iMacs models, shipped from 2009 to mid-2014, can be used as displays for other apple devices in target display mode.
This article provides an introduction to three power modes on Mac. How to enable high power mode and low power mode on Mac are covered.
An overview of iCloud for Windows, including what you can do with iCloud for Windows, how to download iCloud for Windows 10, and how to use iCloud app for Windows.
An overview of Mac Command R, including what it does on Mac, how it boots your Mac in Recovery Mode, etc.
This post illustrates what is WindowsServer on Mac in Activity Monitor and why WindowsServer takes a high CPU on Mac and what you should do.
The exclusive High Power Mode on the new 16-inch MacBook Pro released in 2021 maximizes the performance for super intensive and sustained workload by allowing the fans to run at a higher speed.
How to access /private/var folder on Mac? Here, we explain what is the /private/var folder, how to access it, and how to delete files when they are abnormally large.
Flexgate refers to the MacBook Pro display backlight issue. This article explains the causes and some common symptoms of it. Ways to fix the flexgate issue are covered too.
This is an explanation of Script Editor, a macOS built-in utility. After reading, you will know what the Script Editor is on Mac and how to create a script on Mac.
TestFlight, a developer tool owned by Apple, allows developers to upload beta applications and make them available so that test users can download and install it on their devices.
An overview of iCloud Private Relay, including what is iCloud Private Relay, iCloud Private Relay vs VPN and how to turn on/ turn off iCloud Private Relay on iOS, iPadOS, and macOS.
This post shows you everything about iCloud data security, and how to protect your iCloud files and folders with iCloud data encryption software.
This post reviews and compares the three best free cloud encryption software to help you encrypt files before uploading them to cloud storage.
Find out how to access the AppData for Mac to find the Roaming or Minecraft folder on Mac, and what kind of data is stored in the AppData folder on Mac.
An overview of SATA SSD, including SATA SSD introduction, speed, M.2 SSD vs SATA SSD, NVMe SSD vs. SATA SSD.
Apple USB SuperDrive lets you burn and play a CD/DVD, back up files, and install software on a Mac. Find more information about Apple SuperDrive and how to connect a SuperDrive to a newer Mac.
An introduction to the newly added Shortcuts app on Monterey. After reading, you will know what Shortcuts is, how to add shortcuts, create shortcuts, and run shortcuts with apps, from Finder, etc.
An overview of Apple Universal Control including what is Apple Universal Control, how to enable Universal Control, and how to use Universal Control.
This post explains Activation Lock on your Mac/iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch/Apple Watch. After reading, you can know whether you should enable Activation Lock on your devices and how to remove it.
An overview of Mac Wireless Diagnostics, including how to open Wireless Diagnostics on Mac to fix Wi-Fi issues as well as how to quit Wireless Diagnostics on Mac.
This post elaborates on what Hot Corners are on Mac. After reading, you will know how to set up Hot Corners on Mac to boost your productivity.
This article shows you where the CoreServices folder is on Mac, and explains the three subfolders: Menu Extra, Applications, RemoteManagement inside the /System/Library/CoreServices Folder.
Mac can read and write to Windows FAT32 USB drives and partitions. Your Mac can also read the HFS, HFS+, NTFS, exFAT and EXT2 file systems.
What is callservicesd on Mac? This article will answer your question and tell you the solutions to callservicesd memory leak, high CPU usage, and callservicesd wants to use the login keychain.
RAID combines multiple disks into one logical unit to boost speed or data security or both based on RAID levels such as RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5 and RAID 10.
An overview of Rosetta 2 on Mac, including what is Rosetta 2, how to perform Rosetta 2 download as well as how to install Rosetta 2 on M1 Mac.
In this post, you will learn what com.apple.touristd, AGMService & RTProtectionDaemon on Mac are and ways to fix AGMService and RTProtectionDaemon eating up your Mac's CPU.
Apple released the Macintosh Portable as the first Apple laptop in 1989. Read to know a brief introduction to this Apple Portable Macintosh computer and why it failed.
Tell you how to enter Internet Recovery Mode when you can't boot into Recovery Mode on Intel or M1 Mac. Plus what to do if Internet Recovery is unavailable.
Mac keeps restarting or restarted unespectedly? Tell you what kernel panic is and how to stop it on Mac.
This post tells you what are junk files, is it safe to delete junk files, and how to find and delete junk files from your computer.
What is AppSSOAgent in Activity Monitor? Explain AppSSOAgent, macOS soagent az pup & the soagent process on Mac, and the solutions to resolve the soagent high CPU usage issue on Mac.
This post explains what is an MSG file, whether you can open an MSG file on Mac by default, and how to open an MSG file on Mac in different ways.
An overview of what is Use Stacks on Mac, including how to turn on and turn off Mac desktop Stacks as well as how to view files in MacBook Stacks.
A brief introduction about Apple Ecosystem, including what is Apple Ecosystem and how it works on Apple devices.
The basic theory of how a computer starts and works, and the booting structure of a computer.
About what is M.2 SSD, M.2 SSD vs SSD, M.2 SSD sizes, and M.2 SSD speed. Also, tell you that is M.2 SSD better for gaming?
This post explains what is root user on Mac. Plus how to enable it and log in as the root user on Mac when it is required to perform some tasks.
What is MRT on Mac? It explains the Malware Removal Tool and its files such as com.apple.MRTa.plist and MRT osx ref.9eae4e3av. Learn how to fix MRT process high CPU usage on Mac.
Network drives provide improved efficiency for file sharing by creating a shared folder for all computers on the same network.
Learn what XProtect is and how it protects your Mac from malware infection. It also describes how to enable and disable XProtect on Mac, and access XProtect on Mac.
An overview of Focus mode in macOS Monterey, including what is Apple Focus mode, how to use Focus mode in macOS 12 and how to turn off Focus mode on Mac.
This post introduces what the Automator is on Mac and how to use it. After reading, you can create workflows with Automator to perform some repetitive tasks on your Mac.
Read to know the overview of the first Macintosh computer, including what is a Macintosh computer and the history of the Apple Macintosh.
We conclude 5 best and free screen recorders for Mac. You can use these good free screen recorders for Mac to record your screen as well as edit your screen recordings.
Read this article to know the functions of Migration Assistant. You can know how to transfer data from a Mac to another by using Migration Assistant.
A complete introduction of the Apple menu on Mac. Tell you where the Apple menu on MacBook Pro/ Air is and what it is used for.
This post tells you what the Keychain Access on Mac is, what it is used for, and how to view and change passwords in Keychain Access.
It tells what is Bash and What is bash profile Mac. How to create bash_profile in Mac, edit bash_profile, and delete bash profile on Mac are also covered.
It tells what is RAM and what does RAM do. How to check RAM usage on Mac and how much RAM you will need are also mentioned.
It tells what is Verbose Mode Mac as well as how to enable and disable Mac Verbose Mode. Common FAQs are covered additionally.
Mac Task Manager: What is Task Manager for Mac, how to open Task Manager on Mac and read to know about Mac Task Manager shortcut.
This is a complete guide to the disk drive. After reading, you will learn what a disk drive is, its main types, reliable brands, and common disk drive failures.
This guide will explain two different macOS updates, namely delta update and combo update.
This post introduces 5 methods to find the path of a file on your Mac. After reading, you can get a file path on Mac with Get Info, Finder, Spotlight, Terminal, and Automater.
macOS Monterey was officially released on October 25, 2021. Here, we explain details of its release data, compatible Macs and major features.
An explaination of Mac Dock, including its location on your Mac, the elements it contains, and all the operations you can perform with the Dock.
This is a guide for beginners. It tells you what is Remote Desktop on Mac, and how to manage a remote Mac with Remote Desktop.
Seeing a Relocated Items folder on Mac's desktop after updating to macOS Monterey/Big Sur? Know what relocated items are, what the master.passwd.system_default' is, whether and how to delete them.
This post explains what is virtual memory. After reading, you will know how virtual memory works on Mac/Windows PC and the pros and cons of virtual memory.
This article explains the difference between memory and storage on a Mac and how much of them you need.
If your Mac is completely frozen, this post tells you how to force shut down Mac with keyboard combos and whether it hurts the hardware.
Firmware gives low-level instructions to a device so that it can perform basic tasks. Without it, even the simplest device can’t function.
This post walks through every aspect of Apple ID, including how to create Apple, how to protect Apple ID, how to change Apple ID password, etc.
This guide contains what is SIP on Mac, how to disable or enable SIP on Mac or M1 Mac, and whether you need to disable System Integrity Protection.
We conclude top 5 snipping tools for Mac. To learn how to snip on Mac, you can free download these best Mac snipping tools and use them easily.
macOS Base System is the recovery partition that allows you to boot into Recovery mode, run low-level utilities, reinstall macOS, and restore your Mac.
An overview of the RAW file system, including its definition, causes, and symptoms on Windows. Also, fix RAW file system issues without data loss.