Early Build Of Microsoft Edge For macOS Has Been Leaked

Yesterday, we reported that Microsoft had confirmed that they will be eventually releasing their Edge browser for macOS. Given that the browser is available on mobile devices, we suppose coming to macOS seemed like the next logical step. Unfortunately, Microsoft did not mention when it would be available.


Microsoft Edge Will Be Coming To macOS Soon

When it comes to browsers, Microsoft has made a lot of headway in that area with the launch of their Edge browser that was bundled with Windows 10. It represented huge changes from Internet Explorer and overall feels like quite a worthy successor, but perhaps the stigma of Internet Explorer is still too strong where Edge isn’t quite as adopted as Microsoft would like.


How To Watermark Your Photos (For Free)

Watermarking images is a good way to prevent others from claiming your images as their own. If you’re looking to protect your digital creations, here’s how you can go about watermarking your photos for free.


How To Uninstall Steam Games

If you’re running low on disk space or simply want to uninstall games from Steam that you haven’t played in a while, here’s how you do it.


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We Could Start Seeing More iOS Apps Ported To macOS In The Future

Apple has long stated their desire for iOS and macOS to remain separate from one another. This is versus the strategy that Microsoft had employed with Windows, where they have more or less unified the experience on tablets, laptops, and desktops. However, it seems that Apple could be taking a page out of Google’s book.


macOS 10.15 Could Expand Apple Watch Authentication

The Apple Watch can be used to make payments with Apple Pay. How it authenticates the user is that it “registers” the user through the heart rate sensor underneath the watch, and as long as the user has entered their passcode and the watch remains on their wrist, they are considered to be authenticated.


macOS 10.15 May Bring Separate Video, Music, And Podcasts Apps

Apple may break out some of its media features from iTunes and bring them as separate apps on Mac. This possibility was raised after the company announced that its TV app would arrive on the Mac soon. According to a new report, the next major macOS update will bring separate apps for Podcasts, Music, and Videos.


Apple Could Break Up iTunes In Next macOS Update

Due to the fact that iTunes has been around for more than a decade, obviously the app has grown with new features with every major update. This has resulted in many users complaining about the app feeling rather bloated, but unfortunately users don’t really have much choice since the app does everything.


How To Convert PDF To JPG

Converting a PDF file to a JPG file is easy and there are a multitude of options to choose from, whether you are on Windows or macOS, and here’s how you can go about doing so.


Safari Zero-Day Exploit Can Takeover A Mac Computer Entirely

Safari is Apple’s default browser that comes bundled with their iOS and macOS devices. It’s a pretty decent browser but unfortunately, it seems that it might not necessarily be the most secure. This is according to a demonstration made at a white-hat hacker security conference in Vancouver, Canada.


Microsoft Releases Windows Defender Antivirus For Mac

If you have used a Windows PC in the past few years you may have noticed a software from Microsoft called Windows Defender. It’s an antivirus software that is available on Windows PC before and it’s moving to another major platform today. Microsoft is bringing it to macOS and also renaming it to Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection as well.


Apple’s News And Magazine Subscription Service Hinted At In Latest macOS Beta

Apple had recently confirmed that they would be hosting an event on the 25th of March. Details about the event are scarce, but the name of the event, “It’s Show Time”, seems to confirm that it will most likely see Apple announce their streaming service. In addition to that, there have also been rumors that Apple might use the event to launch their new news and magazines subscription service as […]


Apple Offering 10% Bonus When Adding Funds To Your Account

When you make a purchase via Apple’s App Store or iTunes, chances are you might make those purchases by tying a credit card to your account, where you’ll be charged each time you make a purchase. However it seems that Apple would much prefer if users were to load up their accounts with money and are now offering users an incentive to do so.


macOS Will Now Support AMD Radeon RX 560 eGPUs

One of the downsides to pretty much all Apple computers is that they lack the ability to upgrade. This is versus desktop PCs where they are not only easy to be disassembled but adding and swapping out old components for new ones is a relatively easy process. However, the saving grace is that at the very least Mac computers now support external GPUs.