How-To Adobe created and is now giving up on one of the earliest font formats, and that may require a look through your font library.
Reviews TripMode 3 provides a simple way to monitor and cap your Mac’s internet data transfers. A well-made management tool, TripMode 3 is well worth the price.
Mac 911 You can use a third-party utility to set a schedule and other controls for Time Machine backups. And the utility is free.
Reviews The OWC Thunderbolt Hub allows a single port to have the advantages of Thunderbolt multiplied by three—plus one USB 3.2 Type A port.
Mac 911 Log files are important for troubleshooting, but many apps are not good at cleaning out old ones that aren't useful anymore. Here's how you can see what's gong on with log files on your Mac.
Mac 911 Snapshots are a powerful way for backup software to provide a quick point in time to walk back to when you don’t necessarily need to restore the entire volume. But they take up a lot of storage space.
Mac 911 In some cases, high-resolution images and videos taken on an iPhone or iPad will be downsized or downsampled en route to a Mac. Here's how to fix it.
Mac 911 You can now display a presentation in a window and have your notes and slide-navigation tools in another window. Here's how it works.
Mac 911 You can access the startup volume on one Mac as a drive that appears on another that’s directly connected. This is known as Target Disk Mode on Intel Macs; it's still available on Apple silicon Macs, too.
Mac 911 If you haven’t carefully tracked your Recovery Key, you could wind up being unsure which is accurate for your current Mac and FileVault encryption setup. There’s fortunately an easy way to check.