If you’ve been noticing strange behavior on your Apple computer lately, it could be infected with malware. Read on to learn about the common types of Mac malware and how to detect them. Types of malware that can target your Mac The following types of malware can be highly disruptive and cause considerable damage to […]
Do you have videos or photos that you want to view on a bigger screen, or maybe you just need to clear up space on your Android phone? You can transfer the files from your device to a PC or Mac computer, and here are the steps to do it. Through a USB cable Using […]
If your once snappy Mac now feels like it’s dragging its feet, a solid-state drive (SSD) upgrade could be just the thing that will breathe new life into it. But even if your Mac is still running pretty well, the benefits of an SSD upgrade may convince you to make the switch from a hard […]
Millions of people use social media every day to stay connected with friends, family, colleagues, customers, and more. However, many don’t realize that they are also putting their personal data at risk by not taking the proper precautions to safeguard their accounts.
Pointing and clicking with a mouse is great, but there are times when doing so can disrupt your focus. At times like these, using these shortcuts on your Mac’s keyboard may actually be more efficient. Minimize or dock the front app window: Command + M If you have several open apps, browsers, and Finder windows, […]
Migrating a large amount of data to a new device can be quite troublesome, especially if you’re switching from a PC to a Mac. Fortunately, you can do it easily with Apple’s Windows Migration Assistant. Seamlessly transfer your data and get your Mac set up and ready to go by following these steps.
Malware creators will target anyone and everyone, including Mac users. So even though Apple computers are less vulnerable than Windows PCs, they are not completely impervious to cyberattacks. Read on to find out the different threats you should protect your Mac against, as well as signs that your computer has been compromised.
Well over half of Americans save account passwords to an application or web browser, and at least as many also store private documents on their computers. That’s fine for people who take active measures to protect their data, but if you give away a computer, you surrender all control over it.
Apple computers are built to last, but you’ll eventually have to replace them with a new one when they start slowing down. So how do you determine if it’s finally time to put your Mac to rest? We highlight six surefire signs your company needs a Mac upgrade below.