10 New macOS Catalina Features You May Not Know About

While major new changes get all of the attention, here are 10 minor things that you may not have heard about, but could become your favorite new features in macOS Catalina. You can put Dark Mode on automatic, block email senders, use picture-in-picture with QuickTime Player, tint the color of your screen, and much more.

Comments: 6 Responses to “10 New macOS Catalina Features You May Not Know About”

    Phil
    2 weeks ago

    Any idea how to get logged into the new Apple ID feature? it asks me for my Apple iCloud password, then asks for my computer’s password which it says will be used to access the KeyChain and log me into other sites. After entering both passwords, they appear to be accepted. But when I go back to System Preferences, i get the same red bubble displaying the No. 1 over the Apple ID icon, and it has me go through the same process all over again. I’ve gone thru this more than a dozen times already…

    2 weeks ago

    Phil: I’ve read about some people having this issue (it isn’t new to Catalina). One suggestion was to simply log out of iCloud and then back in.

    Carlos Gonzalez
    2 weeks ago

    Hello Gary: Any chance you’ll touch the topic of installing other OSes besides Windows in Bootcamp in Catalina, specifically troubleshooting new macs with ‘hypersensitive’ security. TIA

    2 weeks ago

    Carlos: No plans to cover that, no. Sorry. Maybe think about using Parallels or another VM instead of bootcamp for that. Or, simply using an external bootable drive.

    Carlos Gonzalez
    2 weeks ago

    Thank you

    Vincent Cina
    6 days ago

    With Hover Text enabled, if you quickly tap Command three times you will lock Hover Text on, tap Command three times again to toggle Hover Text to unlock.

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