Episode 3000: Top 10 Mac Questions

To celebrate the 3,000th episode of MacMost, here are the anwers to some of the questions I get the most often. Learn how to take a screenshot, maximize a window, cut and paste files and much more.

Comments: 28 Responses to “Episode 3000: Top 10 Mac Questions”

    Dave Grieve
    7 months ago

    Congratulations Gary and Thank You for all your assistance.

    Colleen
    7 months ago

    Congratulations on episode 3000. I find your videos extremely useful. Bravo!

    Mark
    7 months ago

    I haven't always been a big fan of Apple over the last 30 years, but I don't need 30 years to become a big fan of all the help you provide, Gary! OMG I've got more than 2000 videos to catch up on....

    Myra L Lovvorn
    7 months ago

    Love your knowledge of Apple products and that you share so many important and understandable topics! Great to have you in my virtual life!!! Love my Macs!!! šŸ’•

    Al
    7 months ago

    Congratulations! And thank you Gary, I've learned so much from you.

    Neil Sowden-Taylor
    7 months ago

    Well done Gary, quite an achievement to have produced 3000 excellent and informative educational videos. Thank you for all your hard work. So many of us receive superb advice from you. Long may you continue doing so.

    nick
    7 months ago

    Congratulations Gary, I certainly appreciate all the effort you put in into your content, I have learned more from you than any other site.

    Mike Parry
    7 months ago

    Bravo, helpful as always. Congrats on the 3000th.

    John Russell
    7 months ago

    3000 is a remarkable accomplishment! You are in my will :-).

    šŸ‘
    7 months ago

    Bravo and thank you!

    Robert Bailey
    7 months ago

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    Robert Bailey
    7 months ago

    Congratulations, Gary! I have been a Mac user since 1992 (Quadra 900)) and I always learn something new and useful from your videos. May you have as many Patreon supporters as videos.

    Graeme
    7 months ago

    Well done. I watch every one you produce Gary. It's appreciated very much. I've learned a lot from these over the years.

    Frank
    7 months ago

    Congratulations Gary! 3,000 tutorials is a lot of work! Many times I have picked up tips and tricks from your vids. Thanks so much! Looking forward to your next 3,000!

    Penelope Gruen
    7 months ago

    WoW! An impressive body of very hard work. Thanks so much for all of the great information.

    Joel
    7 months ago

    Gary, congratulations! I have been following for years and you have been a GREAT resource! Thank you for everything and looking forward to the next 3000!

    jun
    7 months ago

    Awesome milestone Gary! Thanks for sharing the knowledge in a great and concise way throughout the journey of decades!!

    Fragnito Vernon
    7 months ago

    Wow! I liken your achievement to baseball -- throughout the history of the sport, only 32 players reached the 3,000-hit milestone -- you are now in an exclusive club.

    Ralf
    7 months ago

    Congratulations Gary ! I am a new Mac user since 1,5 years and learned so much watching your tutorials. Greetings from Germany.

    Jason
    7 months ago

    Congratulations, Gary! We appreciate your hard work and tutelage more than you can imagine in helping us get the most out of our Apple hardware and software. You are the GOAT!

    Mark
    7 months ago

    Great work Gary!

    Will
    7 months ago

    Let me echo other comments. I have learnt so much from your tutorials over the years. Thank you very much from England.

    bob webber
    7 months ago

    Thanks Gary for Episode 3000, I always enjoy all the MacMost videos and the 3000 is excellent. Seep up the consistent good work.

    Michael
    7 months ago

    Congratulations Gary. Proud To Be A Patreon. Regards Michael UK

    Kimmo
    7 months ago

    Thank, Gary!

    šŸ¶
    6 months ago

    I truly enjoy all your videos! So much, I just signed up to receive your newsletter. Congratulations on 3000 episodes of MacMost.

    Mark Swimmer
    5 months ago

    We have several macs here. In macmail on one machine when new emails come in they do not have the blue dot next to the new emails. How do I enable this feature?

    5 months ago

    Mark: The blue dot means it is unread. If you read the email then it is "read." You can select it and choose Message, Mark as Read.

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