How I Installed macOS Mojave on My Old Unsupported MacBook Pro

Apple’s new macOS Mojave doesn’t support the old Macs prior to 2012. It was a shocking news for me too. I have an old, not for me actually, MacBook Pro which I purchased at the end of 2010. I was expecting Apple won’t drop the support of Mojave for MacBook Pro 2010 model, at least not for this time. But… Continue reading

Install and Run Windows 95 as Program on Windows 10, MacOS and Linux

If you are still a big fan of the very first Window graphical version and want to run Win 95 on your existing, the most advanced, Windows 10, MacOS and Linux operating systems, as an executable program, then the easiest solution is available now. I know writing about a program which was released 23 years ago seems outdated but there… Continue reading

How to Record Phone Conversations on Mac Without any App

Do you want to record your phone calls and conversations on Mac without using any third-party software or applications? In this post, we are going to present a very simple solution to save all the phone calls on the Mac storage space. It is to be noted that this method is not limited to any specific phone model. Whether you… Continue reading

How to Manage System Integrity Protection (aka rootless) on Mac OS Sierra

This article outlines some common questions and their answers related to System Integrity Protection (SIP) like how to check the status of it, how, why, and when to enable and disable it in Mac OS Sierra and other supported versions. System Integrity Protection feature, which is also known as rootless in unofficial documents, was introduced in OS X El Capitan.… Continue reading

Don’t Remember macOS Password? Here is How You can Log into it

Looking for a way to know how to log into macOS without password in case you have forgotten it, or for a method to bypass macOS password screen? Through this article, we can help you to get back the complete access to your mac computer. There are a number of ways to reset the password, even of an admin’s… Continue reading

Download iOS 10 Wallpaper and macOS Sierra Wallpaper to Set as Background Picture

The default wallpapers of iOS 10 and macOS Sierra are available for download in high resolution. You can set them as desktop background or as mobile wallpaper on iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch running on older iOS version, or on older versions of Mac OS X. The android users and Windows PC users can get them to change the display outlook of their gadgets.

One of our friends extracted the high quality, in original and full resolution, wallpapers from the recently released iOS 10 and macOS Sierra beta versions, packed in a zipped file and uploaded on a file hosting file. You can get these wallpapers after downloading the file and then unzipping it. The download link is at the bottom of this post.… Continue reading

How to Run Pangu on Mac for iOS 8.1 Jailbreak

As you know Pangu is released by a Chinese team to jailbreak iOS 8.1 – iOS8 versions for Windows users only, but it doesn’t mean you can’t use it on your Mac computer by any mean. Here are few methods you can try to run Pangu on Mac. We have got information from a team member who is directly involved… Continue reading

How to Set Image Capture as the Default Application and Use it to Quickly Delete and Import iPhone Photos

Image Capture is one of the hidden gems of Mac OS X operating system which people don’t know about or don’t use it as it deserves. Let me confess that even I didn’t open it from last two years. Recently I was searching for an alternative method to quickly delete the photos from my iPhone without importing them to the… Continue reading

How to Remove Duplicate App Names from Right-Click Open-With Menu [Mac]

Recently I faced a strange problem where I could see the duplicate entries of some software names when I used to open a file by using the “Open With” feature present in Context Menu on my MacBook Pro. Though this behaviour doesn’t cause any malfunctioning in the Mac operating system but still some people find it annoying and they want… Continue reading

How to Use Spotlight As Calculator in OS X

Do you know you can also use Spotlight for common calculations without firing up any additional calculator or software in OS X Mavericks and Yosemite? Sometimes the new features in the updated version of OS either are not told to the users or are not advertised as they should be. The users are expected to find them and share them… Continue reading

How to Format, Make Partition, and Prepare Your Hard Drive or USB Stick for Yosemite Installation

Yosemite is the next version of OS X. It contains a lot of new features and enhancements. The UI elements are redesigned, general font is changed, Notification center is improved, iOS and OS X integration is well developed and many apps are redesigned. Yosemite 10.10 now contains a dark mode too. It is always recommended by Apple to install… Continue reading

How to Enable / Disable Dark Mode in Yosemite OS X Using Command Line

The recently announced OS X Yosemite has got many new features. One of them is Dark Mode. For some users this mode is must-have, especially for those who use their PCs till late night. Though it’s a personal choice but the dark mode provides a soothing experience at night. Some researchers believe that dim light helps you to concentrate on… Continue reading

Download Yosemite OS X 10.10 and iOS 8 Wallpapers

Yesterday Apple released the new versions for its two popular product lines: iOS 8 for smartphones and tablets and OS X 10.10 for computers. Each version contains tons of new features. The new update of OS X gets the iOS 8 like look and design whereas iOS 8 gets new features and  integration with OS X. Update: If you want… Continue reading