My Mac Menu Bar – June 2018

Visible 1Password: For my passwords Copied: For syncing clipboards. Fantastical: For quick access to my calendars. Screenfloat: For taking or accessing screenshots. TunnelBear VPN: For private browsing. Bartender 3: For hiding the menu bar items that I don’t want to see. Hidden Alfred: For efficiency and productivity. Keyboard Maestro: For efficiency and productivity. PopClip: For … Continue reading My Mac Menu Bar – June 2018

How I use Alfred to launch files and folders on my Mac

This is Part 4 of how I use Alfred. The default way to open files or folders on the Mac is with Finder. Using Alfred I’m able to launch files and folders with fewer mouse clicks. I do this with Alfred’/s Quick File Search. I activate Alfred tap the space bar and start typing the … Continue reading How I use Alfred to launch files and folders on my Mac

Using Alfred to trigger common system commands

One of my most used Alfred features is triggering system commands from the keyboard. This saves me a lot of mouse clicks. I can empty the trash, force quit apps, lock, logout, restart, or shutdown my Mac right from the keyboard. The System Commands section in Settings has triggers for the most commonly used system … Continue reading Using Alfred to trigger common system commands