Keir Thomas

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Keir has edited several PC and Linux magazines but these days prefers to write about Macs, iPads and iPhones. He's the author of several books, including two editions of Mac Kung Fu and also iPad and iPhone Kung Fu.

Articles by Keir Thomas

Best Apple TV tips & tricks for UK users

Best Apple TV tips & tricks for UK users

Great UK Apple TV tips. Most coverage of the Apple TV has an American bias: here we offer tricks and tips for UK owners of new (4th-gen) and old (3rd-gen) Apple TV models

Great UK Apple TV tips. Most coverage of the Apple TV has an American bias: here we offer tricks and tips for UK owners of new (4th-gen) and old (3rd-gen) Apple TV models

09 Aug 16

Mac OS X El Capitan vs Windows 10 comparison

Mac OS X El Capitan vs Windows 10 comparison

Windows 10 is the best Windows yet, but Apple has nothing to worry about. Here's our comparison of Windows 10 and Mac OS X El Capitan

Windows 10 is the best Windows yet, but Apple has nothing to worry about. Here's our comparison of Windows 10 and Mac OS X El Capitan

27 Jul 16

How to clear Safari cache

How to clear Safari cache

For peace of mind and a better browsing experience you can clear your Safari cookies, cache and history. Here's how.

For peace of mind and a better browsing experience you can clear your Safari cookies, cache and history. Here's how.

27 Jul 16

27 secret features in Mac OS X El Capitan: Get more out of your Mac with these hidden tips

27 secret features in Mac OS X El Capitan

Inside Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan are some amazing features. Here are 27 of the best new features found in El Capitan

Inside Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan are some amazing features. Here are 27 of the best new features found in El Capitan

14 Apr 16

Super-advanced tips for Mac OS X El Capitan: 12 game-changing secret tricks for El Cap power users

12 super-advanced tips for Mac OS X El Capitan

Get the most from Apple’s state of the art operating system with our look at 12 lesser-known features

Get the most from Apple’s state of the art operating system with our look at 12 lesser-known features

25 Mar 16

 
Excel for Mac 2016 review

Excel for Mac 2016 review

Although boosted by a new look and invaluable features, Excel for Mac 2016 is the poorest performer in an otherwise solid Office 2016 offering

Although boosted by a new look and invaluable features, Excel for Mac 2016 is the poorest performer in an otherwise solid Office 2016 offering

29 Feb 16

Word for Mac 2016 review

Word for Mac 2016 review

Word for Mac 2016 is simultaneously a subtle yet massive leap forward in usability and features. We recommend it highly

Word for Mac 2016 is simultaneously a subtle yet massive leap forward in usability and features. We recommend it highly

29 Feb 16

20 Mac Power User Tricks... That You Didn't Know

20 Mac Power User Tricks

OS X has many secrets - here are 20 of the best

OS X has many secrets - here are 20 of the best

24 Nov 15

Best apps to install on your Mac, the top 15 apps for your Mac

15 apps you should install on your Mac

Here are some suggestions of apps that will refresh your Mac and save you time and effort.

Here are some suggestions of apps that will refresh your Mac and save you time and effort.

16 Oct 15

 
10 really useful built-in Mac apps

10 really useful built-in Mac apps

OS X has a number of gems that are hidden, but are there for a good reason.

OS X has a number of gems that are hidden, but are there for a good reason.

08 Oct 15

How to use Notes on a Mac

How to use Notes on a Mac

Notes isn't only on the iPhone and iPad, you can also use it on the Mac, and there is an update in OS X El Capitan

Notes isn't only on the iPhone and iPad, you can also use it on the Mac, and there is an update in OS X El Capitan

27 Sep 15

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