This blog post is going to be a little more technical than others as it has some Terminal commands involved. If this is an issue you are running into, then it should be helpful in solving one of the most obnoxious issues I was continuously having on my Mac in which the dock was not auto-hiding in full screen in macOS Mojave.
Posts by Chris Mayhew:
Every time Apple has a product announcement I hear Jack Nicholson as the Joker saying, “where do they get all these wonderful toys?” Yesterday was another one of those days and Apple introduced the new iPad Pro, Mac Mini and MacBook Air. So why is this important to your business? As the year winds down, […]
In this short video tutorial I will show you how to quickly change your default email application on a Mac.
Burst Photos are a great way to capture action shots on your iPhone. Simply hold down the shutter button and let it rip. But what happens when you review your pictures and think, ‘wow, I should have just done a video’? This video tutorial will quickly show you how you can take your Burst photos […]