Keeping Your Mac Secure Part 3: Firewall, VPN, Antivirus
Join Erica as she closes out our Mac Security series with information on using the Mac’s built-in firewall, antivirus software needs, using VPN services if you utilize public networks frequently, and a few last tips on keeping your data...

The First Five Things You Should Do With A New Mac
Perhaps you’re getting a new Mac over the holidays. Whether it’s a sleek MacBook or MacBook Pro, an iMac, or perhaps a powerful new iMac Pro, we’d like to start off the relationship with your new Mac on the right foot. To...

macOS 101: What High Sierra Broke and How to Fix It
It’s almost become a tradition; one that we wish we didn’t have to put up with. It seems with each new version of the Mac operating system, there are some features that just don’t seem to work the way...

macOS 101: How to Boot and Use a Mac in Target Disk Mode
Target Disk Mode has been a feature of the macOS since the PowerBook 100 (pictured right) was released way back in 1991. This handy feature allows you to connect two Macs via FireWire ports, Thunderbolt ports, or USB-C ports,...

How to Use Mac’s Disk Utility to Securely Wipe a Drive
There may come a time when you want to completely remove all traces of information on your Mac’s drives. It may be because you’re selling or donating your Mac, and you want all your personal information wiped clean from...