So you are trying to use your MacBook, on battery, and it seems that the battery life gets shorter and shorter before you have to plug it back in. Well you aren’t going crazy, every time your battery drains
Today’s post is inspired by a question, by a fellow employee. The question she asked was in Microsoft Outlook, how do you adjust the default font and font size for messages?
Have you every wondered “Why is my Mac running so slow, I haven’t opened anything yet?” Well did you know many software makers have a sense of humor, and when you install their software, it adds a function where the software starts in the background
Especially in these times, with all the emergencies and natural disasters that are currently happening, there may be a time where you just need to keep your device running “just a little longer”. How do you keep your device running,
After a couple of weeks of being in beta, Apple has now released the latest update for the iPhone, iPad & iPod’s.
For those of you that have Mac laptops, Apple has now released the latest update to the OS (now known as macOS). The latest version, which is 10.12.1, is now available after going through beta testing for the past month or so.
There have been a number of news worthy hackings over the past few months (Yahoo being the latest BIG one), and the one thing you hear every one say after each site gets hacked is “You shouldn’t use the same password on multiple sites”.
While everyone was waiting for the release of macOS, Apple also released Safari 10.0 for those Mac users on OS X El Capitan or OS X Yosemite . Apple lists the Safari 10 update as a recommended update, that includes improvements for privacy, compatibility, and
For those looking to update to the new Apple macOS Sierra, it is now available. To get it, from your Mac, go into the App Store and look in the featured section. There you will find the link to download the latest version of the
When you are using a Mac, people expect things to just work. Like installing a printer, I should just click when it lists the printers (Under system preferences – printer), click Add, and the Mac should do the rest. That’s why people buy Mac’s, because