Articles Posted in the " Mac " Category

  • Mac Pro Replacement Due in 2018

    According to John Gruber of the Mac blog Daring Fireball, Apple is set to release a replacement for the Mac Pro in 2018: “Apple is currently hard at work on a “completely rethought” Mac Pro, with a modular design that can accommodate high-end CPUs and big honking hot-running GPUs.” Apple enthusiasts, tech journalists, and even […]

  • Apple releases a new Mac Mini

    After over two years of quasi lack of updates, Apple recently announced updates for their Mac Mini. Additional features for this new release would include 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Haswell processors, Intel HD 5000 with Iris graphics. A PCI-based flash storage would be available for the high-end models. Indeed, the new Mac Mini will come in three […]

  • Setting up and using Find My Mac

    One of the best features of owning a Mac is that once lost, you can find, lock or even erase your Mac. This is something that most PC’s do not come with by default and when they do, it is specific to that vendor. In this case all you will need is your Apple ID […]

  • Installing Windows on your Mac

    There are times when you want to run Windows and you don’t have a PC. That might be because you want to play a game that is only available for Windows, or you might want to run some PC only software. There are two methods of running Windows on your Mac and which way you […]

  • The perfect backup plan for Macs

    The perfect backup plan for Macs

    Article written b  Cscl2002 Backing up all your data is extremely important. There are some actions which even file restore software cannot fix. A simple example is the folder merge/overwrite action. In MacOS overwriting a folder is not the same as in other operating systems. When you overwrite a folder, rather than merge, it removes anything […]

  • Using split screen view in Mac OSX El Capitan

    El Capitan was announced as a major point release to OSX. However, unlike previous releases, this was meant to be focused on stability and bug fixes. With the pace of development increasing and new features, OSX was believed to be less stable than before. This release was meant to fix these shortcomings. Fortunately in addition […]

  • 5 Mac Hacks That Are Very Useful

    If you have a MacBook, then there are a number of nifty tricks that you learn that should help you to use your laptop like a real pro. Not only will this reduce the amount of time spent at your computer, you also end up coming across as pretty cool too. Here are 5 Mac […]

  • 4 Solutions to Slow Startup or Shutdown Times On Your Mac

    Are you seeing slower startup or shutdown times? It’s only normal if your Mac slows down as you add more documents and files. Of course, if your system slows down drastically, then this could be more serious than otherwise. That said, here are 4 solutions to slow startup or shutdown times on your Mac: 1: […]