You know all those status icons on the right side of your Mac’s menu bar? Many of them are useful, but if your menu bar is cluttered with icons you don’t need, you can make your Mac easier to use by removing the extras. Just hold down the Command key and drag an offending icon off the menu bar; you’ll see an X below the dragged icon to indicate that it will disappear when you let up on the mouse button. If you later decide you want it back, look for a “Show icon-name in menu bar” checkbox in an associated pane of System Preferences.
Prevent Quick Screenshots from Cluttering Your Photos Library on the iPhone and iPad
By default, when you take a screenshot (instructions for iPhone and iPad), it saves to Photos. But what if you don’t...