During the WWDC Keynote of MacOS High Sierra, the desktop had a beautiful picture of a place called North Lake, just west of Bishop, California which is also a popular picture scene for professional and amateur photographers. Now you can get the above photo without having to wait for the release of High Sierra this Fall. There are two locations where you can get the photo. Here’s how: Click here to go to a web site where the photo is located. Click on the photo to make it the size of the screen. Right-click (CTRL-Click) on the photo. A drop-down menu Click Here to Read more
Night Shift was introduced on iOS as a way to ‘soften the display’ when looking at a screen at night. By doing so, experts claim that this reduces eye strain when looking at a monitor for long periods of time. Now Night Shift has been added to Mac OS Sierra 10.12.4. Here’s how to enable it: Select > System Preferences. Click Displays. Click the Night Shift tab. You can schedule the feature to go on at certain times, enable it manually, or have it enabled for 24 hours. The user can also adjust the brightness of the feature as well. Click Here to Read more
If you surf the web like I do, you probably open different Safari tabs for different web sites. Before you know it, you have 2o or more open tabs. Now you don’t want to go to each tab to close it. Fortunately, Apple has provided a way to close all of the Tabs except the one you want to keep open. Here’s how: Put the Mouse on the Tab that you want to keep open. Right Click (ctrl+click) on that Tab. Select the close other tabs option. The other tabs will close.