Month: January 2020

How to Enable Grayscale on Your Mac

Khamosh Pathak Just like the iPhone and iPad, MacBooks come with several accessibility features, including an integrated grayscale mode. If you want to switch to a black and white screen on your Mac, simply follow the instructions below. If your vision is poor or impaired, the grayscale function can be […]

How to Increase the Contrast on Your Mac’s Screen

Khamosh Pathak In recent years, Apple has modernized the macOS interface by increasing transparency, flattening elements, and adding white space. If you find the new interface difficult to use, try increasing the contrast. “Increase contrast” is one of the many accessibility features macOS. It helps visually impaired and visually impaired […]

How to Use the which Command on Linux

Fatmawati Achmad Zaenuri / Shutterstock The Linux command which identifies the executable binary which is launched when you execute a command on the shell. If you have different versions of the same program on your computer, you can use which to find out which shell will use. Binaries and paths […]

How to Set Up Your New Mac

dvoevnore / Shutterstock.com Macs have a fairly simple setup process, and Apple’s macOS will walk you through what you need to do. But this is only part of the configuration process. Here’s a checklist of things you need to do to set up your Mac after you click the basics. […]