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Click the green button at the top of most app windows to go full screen.

How to go full screen in almost any app on a Mac, so you can focus and block out distractions

There are several ways to make your Mac go full screen, or exit full screen, including keyboard shortcuts. Here's what you need to know.

How to use Parental Controls to block websites on a Mac to help protect children or to increase productivity

You can block any website on Safari by using your Mac's Parental Controls. Here's how to configure the controls, no matter your reason for using them.
Using Apple's Screen Time feature, you can lock apps on your iPhone by preventing them from being opened without a passcode.

How to lock apps on your iPhone using Apple’s ‘Screen Time’ feature for limiting app usage

Using Apple's Screen Time feature, you can lock apps on an iPhone with a passcode-protected time limit. Here's how to set up and use Screen Time.
The author with his MacBook Pro and iPhone 8 Plus.

I’ve been working from home for 9 years — here are my best productivity hacks that will keep you organized and on task

Working from home means you design your own schedule and create your own workplace. Here's how you can stay productive while working from home.
Clear the cache on a Google Chrome browser when it starts to get sluggish.

How to block websites on Google Chrome using a simple extension

You can easily block websites on a Google Chrome browser by using the BlockSite extension. Here's how to block websites on Google Chrome.

These computer glasses reflect blue light and prevent screen-induced headaches — and they’re available with prescription lenses

Eyewear startup Felix Gray, known for their reflective computer glasses, recently started offering their styles with prescription lenses for $145 a pair.
Drink coffee after 9:30 am.

12 mistakes you might be making in the first 10 minutes of the workday

Research suggests that the best time to drink coffee is actually after 9:30 am.
The author walks up to five miles a day on a treadmill desk.

I walk four to five miles a day on my treadmill desk, and it’s completely changed the way I work

I’ve been using a treadmill desk for almost four years, and it's improved my productivity while helping me lose weight.
Betty Liu, executive vice chairman of the New York Stock Exchange.

An NYSE exec who spent a week resisting email for 7 hours a day quickly caved to her inbox, but took away a productivity strategy she uses to this day...

Betty Liu, an executive at the New York Stock Exchange, once tried an experiment in which she didn't check her email from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Head of Fashion at Instagram Eva Chen attends the Proenza Schouler fashion show during New York Fashion Week on September 12, 2016 in New York City.

An Instagram exec figured out a simple hack to stop getting buried by emails

Instagram executive Eva Chen noticed most of her emails concerned the same 10 topics, so she came up with a clever way to respond to them all.