How to Take a Screenshot on a Mac

By Phil DavisPublished February 2012; Updated December 2016 Use Keyboard Shortcuts Screenshots can be made using these shortcuts. Capture screen, save to file CMD+SHIFT+3 Capture screen, save to clipboard CMD+CTRL+SHIFT+3 Capture a selection, save to file CMD+SHIFT+4 Capture a selection, save to clipboard CMD+CTRL+SHIFT+4 Use the Grab Application You can also make use of Grab … Read moreHow to Take a Screenshot on a Mac

Five Quick Tips

By Phil Davis Published December 2011; Updated December 2016 Use Spotlight to Launch Applications The simplest and fastest way to launch an application is to use Spotlight. Use the keyboard shortcut CMD+SpaceBar to open Spotlight, enter the name of the app (usually you only need the first few characters) and click on the app’s icon. … Read moreFive Quick Tips

Three Ways to Learn About Your Computer

By: Phil Davis. Published April 2013; Updated December 2016 You just bought your shiny new Mac and you are anxious to get started using it. However, you might want to take a few minutes to understand (and document) what you have before downloading all those apps. Here are three easy ways to learn about your … Read moreThree Ways to Learn About Your Computer

Create A Reference Library Containing User Guides and Manuals

By Phil Davis March 2015 Tired of digging through file cabinets or boxes full of paper when searching for a manual for your TV? How about the manual for using your microwave? If you are like me you rarely remember where you put them, and they often refuse to be found. Try a better way. … Read moreCreate A Reference Library Containing User Guides and Manuals