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Finding Your Mac’s Model Identifier Helps You Find Right Upgrades

A Mac’s “Model Identifier” tells more about your Mac than any other single piece of information. Whether you are trying to confirm that the latest SSD or memory upgrade you’ve had your eye on is compatible with your Mac or you’re trying to find a particular specification such as screen size or maximum memory, with…
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Play Tetris on your Mac – For Free, Right Now!

Do you enjoy playing the classic game Tetris? Did you know that it is already on your Mac, and that you can play it right now? You do have to feel comfortable using the Terminal application (found in Application/Utilities/Terminal.app)...

owc_valuelinesilm_gall1 OWC Videos Make Installation of Optical...
Despite their usefulness, Apple has been phasing optical drives out of their Mac lineup over the past few years in favor of thinner machines and digital delivery of media....

Weighing in on Apple’s New Air...
It’s been too long and, well, it’s been even longer since a great new ad for Macs has run out there… and seeing such at last, well, here we...

merc-electra-pro-6g_gall1 Don’t Wait. Upgrade to an OWC...
There’s nothing quite like using a Solid State Drive for the first time: blazing speeds, incredible data reliability, no moving parts so it stays cool and runs quietly. But...

buzz_logo OWC Larry Joins Digital Production BuZZ...
OWC Founder and CEO Larry O’Connor joined Larry Jordan and his co-host Michael Horton recently for a chat session on the Digital Production BuZZ show. OWC Larry fielded tech...

ddmmkit Get the Mac mini Upgrade You...
Another WWDC came and went last month, but with the focus completely on software, there were no new hardware releases to be found. A couple of weeks later, Apple...

OWC Validating Data Integrity Key When Backing...
By Lloyd Chambers, Guest Blogger An overlooked aspect of data management is data integrity: are the files intact tomorrow, a year from now, on the original drive and backup drives,...

imac_21_2014_main Teardown of Lower-Cost 2014 iMac Reveals...
As we reported earlier today, Apple has released a new $1,099 iMac model with new specs including a 1.4GHz Dual-Core i5 processor (vs. a 2.7GHz i5 Quad-Core processor in the...