Tag Archives: Wi-Fi
Common Problems During and After macOS...
MacOS High Sierra is finally ready for release. It endured the summer beta program, and is now available through the Mac App Store for anyone to download and install....

Migration Assistant: The Easy Way to...
The anticipation of buying a new Mac is sometimes tempered by the realization that at some point, you’re going to have to move the data from your old Mac or...

How to Utilize the Most Useful...
The Mac comes equipped with a number of apps, including Safari, Mail, Photos, Calendar, Contacts, and many more, that are used every day by most Mac users. There’s also...


Tech Tip: Testing & Troubleshooting Internet...
Sometimes it can feel like our iPhones and iPads are the speediest computers on the planet, while other times they seem to mimic an old Macintosh LC520 with a 1200 baud dial-up...

AirPort Utility icon Quick Tip: Navigating the AirPort Utility...
When you’re troubleshooting a Wi-Fi network, it’s often helpful to know whether or not a particular device is “visible” from your Wi-Fi router, what the signal strength is at...

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...

Rocket Yard Guide: How to Stay...
It’s vacation time! I just got back from a twelve-day road trip, and being the techie that I am, I just had to take my iPhone 6s Plus and...

Score Big Deals with Mad March...
The calendar has officially turned to March, and this month brings two things: great basketball and big savings on tech. In honor of the mad month of March, MacSales.com...