How to take a screenshot on a Mac
There are 3 different types of screenshots that you can take on your Mac: You can take a screenshot of your entire screen You can take a screenshot of a specific part of your screen You can take a screenshot of your window We’ve detailed the steps to take a screenshot using all three of these methods. Because different scenarios require a different type of screenshot. Take a Screenshot of your Entire Screen 1. Press ‘Command’ + ‘Shift’ + 3 This will produce a screenshot of your entire screen. Here’s an example below of what that would look like: 2. Click the thumbnail in the lower right hand corner to edit. Take a Partial Screenshot of your screen 1. Press ‘Command’ + ‘Shift’ + 4. This will open up the crosshair 2. Drag the crosshair across your desired area for the screenshot. 3. Release. Let go of whatever you’re using to drag the crosshair (your mouse or trackpad). Whatever area you have dragged the crosshair across will be your screenshot. For example, in the following screen, if I’d like to isolate the Google symbol, I’d drag the crosshair across that highlighted area below: Which would produce the following screenshot: Take a screenshot of your Window 1. Press ‘Command’ + ‘Shift’ + 4 + Space Bar. A camera icon will popup 2. Move the camera icon to your desired window and click. This will take a screenshot only of the desired window you’d like to screenshot. For example, in the following screen, if I’d like to isolate the window highlighted below, I’d click anywhere on that window: Which would produce this screenshot:
How to copy and paste a photo on a Mac
If you’re accustomed to using a Windows computer, and are wondering how to copy and paste a photo on a Mac, it’s just as easy! Here’s how: 1. Click on the photo you’d like to copy. 2. Hold down the ‘Command’ button and the ‘C’ button at the same time. 3. Click wherever the location where you’d like to paste the photo 4. Hold down the ‘Command’ button and the ‘V’ button at the same time.
How to backup your iPhone in Catalina
Do you need to backup your iPhone locally to your Mac? We’ve got an easy, step by step guide for you to backup your iPhone in macOS version Catalina. Follow the steps below to backup your iPhone: 1. Plug your iPhone into your Mac. 2. Open the Finder Application in your Mac. It’s the application with the smiley face. If you don’t see it on your desktop, you can search for ‘Finder’ in the launchpad. 3. Click on your iPhone. It will be located on the left hand sidebar. 4. Click ‘Back up now’. It will be located on the lower right hand side of the screen.
How to Prevent iPhone from Updating iOS
Are you getting sick and tired of your iPhone constantly asking you to update your iOS version? We’ll take you through the process of putting a stop to the endless nags you receive from your own iPhone! In order to stop the nagging from your iPhone, you’ll have to disable the automatic updates, and you’ll also delete the download causing the update. We’ll start with disabling the automatic updates: Disable the Automatic iOS Updates 1. Open the Settings app. 2. Tap ‘iTunes & App Store’ 3. Switch off ‘Updates’. If the toggle is green, you’ll need to switch it to the off position by tapping on it. Delete Latest iOS Download It’s important to note that you’re not deleting the current iOS version that you’re on. You’re only deleting the version that your iPhone keeps nagging you to update to. 1. Open the Settings app on your phone 2. Tap ‘General’ 3. Tap ‘iPhone Storage’ 4. Tap the iOS version at the top. As you can see, this is not the version of iOS you’re currently using, it’s only the iOS version your iPhone is nagging you to update to. 5. Tap ‘Delete Update’ 6. Tap ‘Delete Update’ again. You’ll have to confirm your update by tapping the ‘Delete Update’ option in the popup window.