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    How to duplicate the screen on Mac

    Whether you want to stop toggling apps on your notebook or just want to edit your photos on a bigger display, duplicating your screen may be the solution. You can extend your Mac’s screen to an external monitor, making it possible to multitask more easily and have room to fully display images and documents. Today […]

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    How to take a screenshot on Mac

    Since Macs don’t have a PrintScreen command like in Windows, many Mac beginners don’t know how to take a screenshot with a keyboard shortcut. This task is actually quite simple, and there are several methods of achieving it. But first, let’s see what each symbol and key means: Contents: 1. How to use Mac screenshot […]

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    How to clean up “Other Storage” on Mac

    If you check your Mac’s storage usage you will find that the “Other” files take a lot of memory space. What are “Other” files on a Mac and how to delete them? Apple explains this concept quite vaguely. It is believed that “Other” contains all the files that do not match these specified types:ln Documents […]

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    How to access iCloud Photo Library

    iCloud is Apple’s cloud-based data storage, which saves and synchronizes applications’ content between all your Apple devices. Using iCloud, you can access your data from any device, anytime you want. All your media files will be uploaded to iCloud storage as long as you activate iCloud Photo Library synchronization on your devices. iCloud gives you […]

  • How to uninstall Chromium on Mac

    After Safari, most Mac users prefer using the Chrome browser. But not many people like its privacy policy, which allows Google to use almost any information about the sites you are browsing. That’s the reason why Google Chromium has been created – the open source browser, which says that there is no sending of “spyware” […]

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    iPhone Storage Almost Full – Three Ways to Clean Up Storage

    Each new iPhone comes with a better camera that is capable of taking even more great photos. Does this mean that each pic will require more space on your iPhone storage? The answer is Yes. And it’s logical then that the “iPhone Storage Almost Full” notification will appear earlier and maybe at the worst possible moment. […]

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    Mac Task Manager

    If you have just switched from Windows to Mac you may find out that most key shortcuts don’t work on Mac. For example, when an application crashes on Windows, a command Ctrl-Shift-Esc is used to bring up the Task Manager and quit the offending process. What about a Mac? How does one kill such processes […]