Taking a screenshot on a Mac has always been a pretty simple process if you know the keyboard shortcuts, Cmd+Shift+F3 or Cmd+Shift+F4, but they were also just a regular old screenshot. Using Monosnap you can up your screenshot game and add text, arrows, shapes, lines, and even blur out parts of the image! Watch the video below to see how Monosnap works and see some of its features demoed.
Apple has brought Picture-in-Picture to MacOS Sierra! You can now use the Safari web browser to pop a YouTube video out and have it float on your screen. This can allow you to watch that pesky webinar or training video and still accomplish some much needed work. Find out how to activate this great, but some what hidden feature by watching the tutorial above.
If you have a MacBook Air, MacBook, or any Mac device, I am sure at some point you have battled with storage space. In past versions of Mac OS X you could get a pretty little bar graph that showed you what was taking up space on your hard drive, but that was about it. With the release of macOS Sierra, Apple has added a 'Manage' button in the storage window. You can now actually see what files, programs, movies, or pictures are taking up all your limited space! Watch the tutorial below to see exactly how this works.
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