Tag: macOS

Customized Safari 14 Start Page Wallpaper

How To Add Wallpaper To Safari Start Page on Mac (Safari 14)

Apple has recently released the Safari 14 update for macOS Catalina and macOS Mojave users. e’re just days away from the macOS Big Sur rollout. This update comes with a series of handy new features and enhancements one of them allowing you to add a wallpaper to the significantly revamped Safari Start Page….




block FaceTime screenshots for enhanced privacy

How To Block Screenshots During FaceTime Video Calls On iPhone, iPad And Mac

There are two ways to take a screenshot during a FaceTime video call on your iPhone, iPad or Mac. For a high quality print-screen you have to use the stock iOS Live Photos shutter button. It’s available in the bottom-left corner of the FaceTime interface, during an ongoing video call. However, sometimes you might want…




Apple Arcade one month free trial

How To Get Extra Months Of Free Apple Arcade Subscription

Apple Arcade is a video game subscription service launched by Apple in the fall of 2019. It’s available for iOS, iPadOS, macOS and tvOS devices. The service offers access to over 100 new and exclusive games for your iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV. The fee is $4.99 month and you can test our Apple…




How to change screenshot location on your Mac

How To Change Screenshot Location On Mac

macOS is configured to save the screen shots that you capture on your Mac on the desktop. This setting can fill up your workspace quite quickly and make your computer look less organized. Print-screens are usually handy for a limited time and you would prefer to have the desktop space available for more important app…




Mac updating to latest Adobe Acrobat Reader DC version

Update Adobe Acrobat Reader On Mac To Patch Critical Security Flaws

Three important security flaws have been uncovered in the Adobe Acrobat Reader software for Mac and Windows. The Mac security vulnerabilities have been uncovered by Yuebin Sun, a researcher at the Tencent Security Xuanwu Lab. The flaws could permit a potential attacker to gain root privileges silently on any macOS running Acrobat Reader 2015 and…