With the release of Safari 11 Apple introduced Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP): A feature that reduces the ability of a website to do cross-site tracking. An example of this is when you visit your favourite clothes brand website and then the next site you visit there is an ad for
Autoplay videos can be really annoying for some people. You can get extensions for most browsers that allow you block these but in Safari 11 there is a quick and easy way to do this without having to install extensions.
- Open Safari
- Select Safari from your macOS Menu Bar
I saw this on the
Addictive Tips website and thought some macOS users may find it useful. As their site states we could use something like the default TextEdit app (or something like Sublime Text) as a scratch pad but having an app sitting in your menu bar makes it
Weather Indicator is a neat little menu bar application for macOS. It is only compatible with macOS 10.12+
It is nothing ground breaking but I just thought some macOS users may find useful.
Once installed it sits in your menu bar with an indicator of the current temperature and
Copia is a smart and elegant clipboard manager for Mac. It remembers every time you copy something so that you can re-use it later on.
NEAT AND VERSATILE
Every clip you copy is represented by an item in the History. Any content is recognisable at a glance.
IDENTIFY AND CLASSIFY
This tip will show you how you can choose which panels are in your System Preferences, how to show all panels and how you can organise the panels. I saw this tip over at iMore and thought some users may find it useful.
As a Mac user who spends far
I got bored and decided that I would get a Rasp Pi 3, the official Kodi Raspberry Pi Case and install OpenELEC on it. This is a cheap and easy way to make your own Kodi device. Granted, it's not powerful but if you are a casual user who only