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How to Change Default Browser on Mac

Want to configure your Mac default browser to something else? Use these tips and tricks to find the best browser and set the default browser on Mac. Safari is the default web browser on Apple’s Mac, iPhone, and iPad devices. All the users are not really satisfied with the Mac default browser. Browsers like Google Chrome offer a lot of …

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How to Remove Files from the ‘Other’ Storage in Mac

MacOS is a marvellous operating system and has a wonderful categorization of files and folders. When you check out the storage of your Mac, you may find files and storage bifurcated into Audio, Apps, Photos, Movies, Backups, and Others. Ever wondered what is Mac storage Other Folder? You may be surprised that the Other Folder on Mac is actually taking …

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How To Remove the Apple Security Alert on Your Mac?

It’s the nature of any operating system to encounter errors, so ensuring you eliminate any security alerts quickly is very important. Plus, there are times when you try to figure out how to get rid of alert to see that the alert might be related to malware. You have to wonder, how can you remove the Apple Security Alert from your …

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How to Zip and Unzip Files on MacBook (2023, 2024 Edition)

If you want to send numerous files in one go, compressing them into a ZIP can help you reduce their overall size and save your time while uploading and sending. In fact, there must be certain times when you need to ZIP the entire folder for sharing.  Fortunately, your MacBook comes with a built-in tool that would allow you to …

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Easy Ways to Keep your Menu Bar Organized

The main purpose of a menu bar is to provide users of Mac devices with an opportunity to access some apps quickly. Mac menu bar is customizeable. For that reason, you can locate the apps you open on a frequent basis here. For instance, if you deal with photo editing apps on a rolling basis, you can locate an icon …

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