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Apple has recently notified macOS Mojave users that the Back to My Mac feature is discontinuing this July. They warned people about the same thing previously that it might go away, but this time they’ll absolutely take it away on all macOS versions including Mojave. Continue reading Back to My Mac Discontinuing this July
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Back to the Mac is a new series that digs deeper into macOS. Each week, I will review unique apps, reveal tips and tricks, and teach you how to further customize your Mac experience. This week, we will learn how to install Dynamic Wallpapers.
Continue reading Back to the Mac 04: How to install Dynamic Wallpapers in macOS Mojave
If you’re a beta user of any operating system launched in the WWDC18 and want to install the public build, you can easily update with just a few steps.
Continue reading How To Install The Public Build From Beta
The next version of macOS will be called Mojave and will come with a bunch of new features including a dark mode, more organizational options, and desktop versions of several iOS apps. Apple CEO Tim Cook said Mojave’s new features are “Inspired by Pro users, but designed for Everyone.”
Continue reading Everything new in MacOS Mojave
The top five music and songs streaming apps for iPhones, iPads and MacOS devices “(like MacBook, iMac and Mac Pro)”, are:
Continue reading Top Five Apps For Streaming Music on an iOS/MacOS Device
New code discovered by Guilherme Rabo of 9to5Mac in Apple’s WebKit developer library (responsible for Safari in macOS and iOS) hints at a new dark mode in macOS 10.14.
Continue reading macOS and iOS Dark Mode Rumored with WebKit code