Tag Archives: Apple
Should You Use a Mac for...
Over the years, a misconception has arisen in some circles that PCs are better suited for business than Macs. However, this seems to be an antiquated theory that doesn’t...

The new Safari Extensions page in the Mac App Store Safari Extensions move to the Mac...
Safari Extensions are add-ons that work within Apple’s Safari web browser to add functionality not found in the basic browser. In the past, selecting Safari > Safari Extensions pointed...

Safe Mode & Single-User Mode: What...
Safe mode and single-user mode are two of the special start-up modes that your Mac can be powered up to. They’re often used to troubleshoot issues a Mac may...


Guest Article: How to Bulletproof Your...
Backing up your hard drive is one of those tasks that rates somewhere between flossing your teeth and checking the air in your tires, it’s a necessity that can...

Child-Proofing Your iPhone & More with...
Apple is wonderful about building accessibility into its products, and one iOS feature that is useful in a variety of situations is Guided Access. This feature is essential for...

How to Fix and Avoid the...
A few weeks ago, we looked at How to Fix and Avoid the Most Common Mac Error Messages. One of the issues we ran into was which problems we...


Tech 101: Automate Emails with Smart...
Last week we published a set of tips dealing with Apple Mail, deleting and archiving messages, and creating custom folders in which to store specific types of emails for...

New USB 3.2 Spec Will Double...
The USB 3.0 Promoter Group today announced the upcoming release of a USB 3.2 specification, which is “an incremental update that defines multi-lane operation for new USB 3.2 hosts...

How to Optimize the ‘Big Four’...
I’m pretty sure my web browser (Safari) is the most often used app on my Mac, though it could also be my mail client (Apple Mail). Both are always...

Rocket Yard Guide: iMac DIY vs....
The rest of your iMac is still working great, but the time has come to replace the hard drive inside your iMac. Maybe it’s died, is dying, or perhaps...