Tag Archives: macOS

4 Ways To Password Protect PDF on Mac

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PDF is the most used format for a published document. Its availability on all OS platforms and all devices makes it a common ground for sharing any document. In terms of security, PDF is generally a read-only format and its content cannot be edited easily but sometimes you do feel …

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10 Ways to Download Entire Website for Offline Access

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There are many reasons why you should consider downloading entire websites. Not all websites remain up for the rest of their lives. Sometimes, when websites are not profitable or when the developer loses interest in the project, (s)he takes the website down along with all the amazing content found there. There …

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Apps to Bridge Gap Between iPhone and MacBook

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If you’re in the Apple ecosystem, you’re probably already enjoying the seamless sync between the devices. You pick your iPhone in the morning and your Apple Watch unlocks itself. You then sit at your desk and lift up your Mac’s lid, and it unlocks via Apple Watch. But what if there’s …

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25+ Best Safari Extensions You Should Try in 2019

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Safari is still one of the best web browsers for macOS, especially if you are bought into Apple’s famous walled garden. Privacy, Reader View, Autofill passwords and automatically pausing the YouTube video when I take out one of my Airpods – are a few reasons, why I moved from Google Chrome …

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Alfred vs Spotlight: Which one to Choose

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Spotlight is ‘the tool’ when it comes to working on Mac. It not only lets you find files and launch apps but also comes with a built-in calculator, currency converter, dictionary and much more. What is the need for another launcher app then? What more can Alfred offer? Let’s analyze …

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How Many Cores Does My CPU Have? A Guide For All OS

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The CPU is the main unit of your computer whether you are using a Mac or an Android. It does all the heavy lifting when you are gaming or just browsing. If your system has more cores, it means it can handle more processes at the same time. This will …

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7 Best Offline QR Code Generator for Windows, Mac, Android, And iOS

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From being developed for the automotive industry to being posted on billboards as smart advertising, QR codes have gone mainstream. Considering the information stored QR codes exceeds barcodes by one whole dimension, QR codes are used to share links, passwords, and even confidential information like bitcoin public keys. There are …

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How to Play MKV Files on Mac

Watching movies on the laptop is not the best way but you can’t carry a TV on the Plane, yet. While the Quicktime Player handles all of my media content with ease, there are certain formats which it still can’t recognize. The MKV format is one of the popular ones …

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5 Best Time Tracking Apps for Mac To Boost Your Productivity

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Previously, we had covered the best time-tracking Android apps for freelancing. But the problem with a smartphone app is that you should have the device alongside — which can be a distraction. That is why we need a desktop time tracking app, with features like automated tracking. In this article, …

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4 Ways to Upload to Instagram from Windows and macOS

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Instagram was built to be used on smartphones. The dev team have gone to great lengths to make sure that the users continue using their mobile apps. While Instagram does have a functional web page, you can only use it for surfing pics. This is all fine and dandy for …

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