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  1. Khamosh Pathak By default, the Mac menu bar displays the time in a simple hour and minute digital format. However, you can customize it and add the day of the week, date, or even a second hand. You have a range of choices. If you prefer, you can keep it super minimal, and display only the hour and minute, as shown below. Or, you can add the day and/or date, flashing separators, and seconds. There’s also an analog clock option that disables all the other features (including the day and date). You can customize the time and date in the System Preferences menu. To
  2. blackzheep/Shutterstock If you own a Mac powered by Apple Silicon (such as the M1 processor), you no longer need to take out your iPhone or iPad to run some of your favorite mobile apps. As long as you’re running macOS 11Big Sur or newer, you can download and install iPhone and iPad apps onto your Mac. Before you can run an iPhone or iPad app on your Mac or MacBook, you’ll first need to download it from Apple’s App Store. RELATED: How to Check How Much RAM Is in Your Mac Start by clicking on the Launchpad icon found on your computer’s dock. Next, click on
  3. How to Quickly Resize the Dock on Mac: The Dock comes in handy as a Mac application launcher, but sometimes it’s too big or too small. Luckily, there are two ways to resize the Dock on your Mac—including one easy way that many people don’t know about. Here’s how to quickly resize your Dock in macOS. How to Quickly Resize the Dock Using the Mouse Pointer First, here’s the quick-and-easy way to resize your Dock. While viewing your desktop, hover your mouse pointer over the vertical divider in your Dock, which is located between the app icons area and the file shortcuts and Trash area. I
  4. Working memory, or RAM, is one of the few components you can customize when buying most Macs. If you have too little, your Mac might be sluggish. Here’s how to check how much RAM your Mac has. First, click the “Apple” menu in the upper-left corner of your screen and select “About This Mac.” In the window that pops up, click the “Memory” tab to get a detailed look at the RAM in your Mac. In a box in the upper-left corner of the window, you’ll see a number that shows the current total amount of RAM installed. It will read something similar to “8 GB Installed.” Below
  5. New to the Mac ecosystem? You might be wondering how to increase or decrease the computer’s volume. Just like Windows, you can use keyboard shortcuts. And to make this easier, you can add a volume slider to the menu bar as well. Use Function Keys on the Mac Keyboard The easiest way to adjust the volume on your Mac is by using the media keys on your keyboard. Similar to Windows, the Mac keyboard has a function row at the top. Macs give preference to media keys instead of function keys. So you can press the F10 button to mute the volume, the F11 button to decrease the volume, and t
  6. If you’re seeing application icons on your Mac with a crossed-out symbol on top of them, it means that macOS can’t run the application. While there could be several causes, the most likely is that you recently upgraded macOS, and it no longer supports 32-bit applications. Here’s why—and what you can do about it. First: The Other Reasons an App Won’t Run Fundamentally, a crossed-out application icon means that something is preventing macOS from running the application. There could be several reasons for this, including that the app package is damaged or invalid, the app was written for
  7. How to Stop Dropbox from Opening at Startup on Windows or Mac: Dropbox is a handy way to synchronize files across devices via the cloud. By default, Dropbox starts whenever you turn on your Windows PC or Mac, but sometimes you might not want it to. Here’s how to make sure it doesn’t launch when you startup. First, open Dropbox. Click the “Dropbox” icon in the Windows notification area (at the bottom-right corner of your screen) or on the Mac menu bar (at the top-right corner of your screen.) In the Dropbox menu, click your account’s avatar, which may also look like a circle with your init
  8. How to Disable Screen Time Notifications on a Mac: Screen Time on Mac is a handy way to keep track of your app usage and restrict content for children, but its notifications can be annoying. To turn them off, you can disable notifications or simply disable Screen Time itself. Here’s how to do both. How to Disable Screen Time Notifications on Mac If you’d like to continue to use Screen Time but not receive any notifications from Screen Time, here’s how to disable them. First, click the Apple logo in the upper-left corner of the screen and select “System Preferences.” In Syste
  9. The resolution (in pixels by pixels) of your Mac’s display determines how much information you can fit on screen and how sharp the image is, so it’s important to know. If you run a full-screen game or application at native resolution, the image will look its best, so here’s how to find out what it is. RELATED: How to Update All Your Mac Apps First, click the Apple icon in the upper-left corner of the screen, and select “About This Mac.” In the window that pops up, click the “Displays” tab. On the next screen, you will see information about the display (or displays
  10. How to Quickly Find Specific System Preferences on a Mac: Need to change a setting on your Mac but don’t know where to find it? There are two fast and easy ways to locate the specific system preference you’d like to change. Here’s how. Search Within System Preferences The most in-depth way to find a setting on your Mac is by searching within the macOS System Preferences app. To launch it, click the Apple icon in the upper-left corner of your screen, and select “System Preferences.” Once the System Preferences window pops up, locate
  11. aaltair/Shutterstock How to Fix a Frozen Mac: Suddenly, your Mac becomes unresponsive. You’ve got the spinning pinwheel of death, or worse, no cursor at all. Nothing you do brings your computer back to life. Here are a few things you can try. Wait for a Minute or Two Wait a bit before you rush to power off your Mac or wrestle back control by hammering on the keyboard. Many freezes are caused by a particularly demanding task or problem application. Give your Mac some time to crunch away at the problem before taking any action. How long you wait depends on how patient
  12. Your Mac has a quick hotkey that will open an emoji picker in any app. You can quickly insert an emoji anywhere on macOS—in a messaging app, in an email, or even in a document you’re editing. Here’s how to use it. First, open the app you’d like to insert the emoji into. Click on any text input area, and when you see a cursor, press Control+Command+Space. An emoji panel will pop up. In the emoji panel, click the emoji you want to use, and it will appear in the app. You can also search for emoji using the search box. Cl
  13. How to Add AirDrop to the Favorites Sidebar in Finder on Mac: Apple’s AirDrop is a handy way to transfer files between Macs, iPhones, and iPads. By default, it usually sits in the Favorites sidebar in Finder on macOS, but it can easily be removed by dragging it away. Luckily, it’s easy to add it to Favorites again if you accidentally misplaced it. Before you begin Make sure that the person you're sending to is nearby and within Bluetooth and Wi-Fi range. Check that you and the person you're sending to have Wi-Fi and Bluetooth turned on. If either of you have Personal Hots
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