There comes a time in every Mac's life when it's time to say goodbye. Maybe it's time to move up to a new model. Maybe it no longer has that new Mac sparkle you crave. No matter what the reason, it's time to part ways. Here are some tips on what you can do to unload your old Mac.
Easily remembered, broadly repeated passwords are for suckers. Writing them down to type back in, or copy/pasting them each time is not only a hassle, it's a disaster waiting to happen. Here are the best password manager apps for Mac so that you can keep 'em secret and keep 'em safe.
The Zoom accessibility feature on Mac allows you to zoom in on the whole screen, not just part of an app. You can do it with keyboard shortcuts or by using your mouse or trackpad's scroll function along with modifier keys. Here's how!
For people with motor skill impairments, Touch Accommodations is a useful and convenient accessibility feature that helps make using a touchscreen much easier and much less frustrating. Here’s how to set things up to work for you.
VoiceOver is a handy accessibility feature on the Mac for those with visual impairments. It reads out items on the screen so that you can easily navigate and get the most out of your Mac. Here's how to enable and use it!
Delving further into visual accessibility, you can increase contrast on your iPhone, so that somewhat transparent options show up more clearly, and you can also reduce motion, so the apps on your Home screen won’t move around so much and button actions won’t be as pronounced.
If you find the text on iPhone and iPad difficult to read and can't find the buttons to navigate through your device, you can enable button shapes to help you out. You can also enable on/off labels, which is great for folks who can't see green. Apple is, as always, incredibly accessible.