On macOS, you can use its built-in Screenshot app or keyboard shortcuts to capture your screen.
Although apps on macOS are usually well-behaved, there are times when they stop responding, so you have to force quit it.
If you’re told that your Mac was unable to communicate with your Apple Watch, try the fixes in this article and you should be able to resolve this issue easily.
AirDrop not working on your Mac or iOS devices like iPhone and iPad? After reading this article, you can fix this issue easily.
Both Windows and Mac have the built-in screen capture tools, however, those built-in tools are not powerful enough for the technical writers or bloggers who need to write how-to guides. For technical writers or bloggers, they deserve a versatile screen capture tool:Snagit!
Step-by-step instructions on how to create a Windows 10 virtual machine on your Mac using VirtualBox.
If you’re a Windows veteran like me, after switching to macOS, you may be confused by the document (file)-level keyboard shortcuts on macOS. So in this post, I’m going to show you some of the most frequently used document-level keyboard shortcuts on macOS.
In Windows, you can use the Ctrl-Alt-Del keyboard combination to terminate an application task; while in macOS, you can use Option-Command-Esc to invoke the Force Quit Applications window. Read the post to acquire more!
To immediately lock your screen, you just need to press Control, Command and Q at the same time. Read this post to find more useful system-level keyboard shortcuts!