Mojave Tip: Keep Track of Web Sites Better with Tab icons using Safari

If you’re like me, you have multiple tabs open at one time.  Wouldn’t it be nice if you can glance at one and know what web site is in them?  Well, now you can by looking at the site’s icon inside a tab. How to enable this feature: Open Safari (if it isn’t already). Click “Safari” and System Preferences. […]

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How to get a “Save As….” option in virtually any Mac App

Years ago, the Save As…. option used to appear by default within the FILE menu option in apps such as iWork, Pages, and others.  Now, because of someone at Apple who decided to hide the option, a user has to make it appear with a quick key combination. Here’s how: While inside an app, select […]

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How to Manage Automatic Updates in iOS 12

Automatic updates is a great way to keep your iOS device updated with the latest features and bug fixes.  It will work during a time when a user is not using the device (usually during the night when a user is a sleep), is plugged in, and is connected to WiFi. Here’s how to enable the feature: […]

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How to Quickly Take a Screenshot in MacOS Mojave

Sometimes we need to take a screenshot of something currently on the screen.  In MacOS Mojave, they have made it easier to do just that. Here’s how: Get something on the screen that you wish to take a snap shot. Hold down [Shift] + [Command] + [F5]. A square will appear on the screen along […]

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