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Tech Tip: Have You Cleaned Your...
Our Macs are remarkably reliable and are evolving to be even more reliable as moving parts like fans and hard disk drives are replaced with passive cooling systems and...

Enable "Upload to My Photo Stream" to send new photos to all iCloud devices Tech Tip: What To Do When...
In last week’s article, I discussed how iCloud Photo Library works to synchronize all of  your photos and videos on all of your devices — Mac, iOS, Apple TV,...

Tech Tip: Fixing Calendar Duplicates in...
There’s an odd little problem with the macOS Calendar app that I’ve run into a number of times, both personally and during my years as a Mac consultant. Sometimes an event...

Rocket Yard Guide: How to Install,...
Safari is a fairly powerful macOS app on its own, but it can do things above and beyond the call of duty when it’s equipped with extensions. Safari extensions...


Rocket Yard Guide: How to do...
When most Mac owners upgrade their computers to a new operating system like macOS Sierra, the installation of the new OS is done with a standard install and update...

iOS 10’s New Lock Screen: Be...
Tomorrow, Sept. 13, 2016 — probably by 10 a.m. PT — iOS 10 will be released to the public. For those who haven’t been running the iOS 10 beta, you...


The iPhone 7 page in the Apple Store app. These Tricks Will Help You Be...
Do you want to be the first on your block with an iPhone 7 or Apple Watch Series 2? There’s a trick to getting a new device as early as...

Tech Tip: How To Check The...
More people than ever are using streaming video as a way to keep themselves entertained or even bypass expensive cable TV accounts. To get the best possible streaming experience,...

Tech Tip: Finding and Changing Your...
Every network card in your Mac, whether it’s for Ethernet, Wi-Fi, or even Thunderbolt, has been assigned a unique identifier called a Media Access Control or MAC address. This address...

Lots of OWC RAM Tech Tip: How to Monitor Your...
Macs have come a long, long way since the first model appeared back in 1984. While the first Mac came with a relatively minuscule 128K (kilobytes) of RAM, the newest...