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There are a lot of little tweaks in macOS that I rely on to make a Mac feel like my own. Placing frequently accessed folders on the right side of the Dock, turning off auto-correct, and turning up mouse and trackpad tracking speed are all in this category for me. A rather hidden but critical example is Hot Corners. My Mac honestly feels broken with Hot Corners disabled, and my workflow is severely slowed. Here’s how it works: more… The post macOS tip: Use Hot Corners to improve access to Notification Center, Desktop and more appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Ari Weinstein, a co-founder of the Workflow app that was acquired by Apple and absorbed into the Shortcuts ecosystem, has departed the company.Ari Weinstein on-screen at an Apple Park presentation. [Twitter/AriX]In a post to Twitter on Friday, Ari Weinstein explains that, after six years working at Apple, he's decided to exit the company. According to his LinkedIn profile, he had the role of Software Engineering Manager since April 2017, meaning he has been at Apple for six years and three months. Read more...
Shortcuts has become one of Apple’s most-loved apps, allowing users to create powerful automations on iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Shortcuts is built on the foundation of Workflow, a third-party automation app that Apple acquired in 2017. Now, Workflow cofounder Ari Weinstein has announced that he is leaving Apple. more… The post Workflow cofounder and Shortcuts engineering manager departs Apple appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Shortcuts has become one of Apple’s most-loved apps, allowing users to create powerful automations on iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Shortcuts is built on the foundation of Workflow, a third-party automation app that Apple acquired in 2017. Now, Workflow cofounder Ari Weinstein has announced that he is leaving Apple. more… The post Workflow cofounder and Shortcuts engineering manager departs Apple appeared first on 9to5Mac.
The macOS Sonoma beta is tantalizing — until you find a show-stopping problem with your workflow. Here's how to go back to macOS Ventura.At least tell us you backed up your Mac before you installed the macOS 14 beta. If you didn't, then the odds are that you'll be best off sticking with macOS Sonoma instead of trying to downgrade.That's because downgrading requires you to wipe your Mac entirely. So you could do that and then reinstall your apps and documents, hoping that everything is in iCloud, but at best it would be slow. Read more...
The macOS Sonoma beta is tantalizing — until you find a show-stopping problem with your workflow. Here's how to go back to macOS Ventura.At least tell us you backed up your Mac before you installed the macOS 14 beta. If you didn't, then the odds are that you'll be best off sticking with macOS Sonoma instead of trying to downgrade.That's because downgrading requires you to wipe your Mac entirely. So you could do that and then reinstall your apps and documents, hoping that everything is in iCloud, but at best it would be slow. Read more...
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