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How to share the screen over the network between Macs

Screensharing between two computers is often a complicated process. macOS has a built-in feature that makes it incredibly easy to share your screen with other Macs on the network. Here’s how it works. Set up You need two things to share your screen over the network between two Macs. The …

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How to enable keyboard typing sounds on macOS

macOS provides audio feedback for lots of things e.g., when you move files to the trash, when you take a screenshot, or when you connect the power adapter to a MacBook. It also has a built-in option to give audio feedback when a key is pressed. This is an accessibility …

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How to give apps accessibility access on macOS

Accessibility access allows apps to perform certain tasks on macOS that normal apps are restricted from. This allows many apps to overcome certain restrictions of the OS though before such an app can be run, a user must grant the app accessibility access. The apps that need this access often …

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How to compress a JPEG on macOS with Preview

Images can be quite big depending on their resolution and file format. Professional photographers often rely on external storage devices or cloud storage to maintain their portfolios. For ordinary users, the quality of an image is rarely a big deal except of course when it comes down to the size. …

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