Being a Mac power user is impossible without knowing how to handle password issues like a pro. Forgetting or losing an Apple ID or Mac administrator password is especially devastating for Mac beginners. Mac users have to take preventative measures to ensure the sensitive user data is kept safe. Read this brief password recovery 101 to restore the important Mac passwords with minimal losses.
All the latest Macs come packed with solid-state drives (SSD) for a reason. Unlike a good old HDD (hard disk drive), an SSD is a principally different medium using integrated circuits for data storage. With no mechanical parts involved, a typical solid-state drive has minimal depreciation. An SSD stores all information on a chip capable of keeping the data even when the power is off. Read on to learn why you should switch to using an SSD immediately.
So, you’ve just bought a new Mac. All you can think about is setting it up to enjoy every moment spent using it. Have you decided what to do with your old Apple computer? If you want to resell, donate or give it away, make sure none of your files get into the wrong hands. Read on to learn what measures to take for the sake of your privacy and security.
How many times did you actually check your Mac's Trash before purging it? Not that many, admit it. We bet: more often than checking Trash, you've had the feeling of regret realizing you deleted a few important files by mistake. However, it is possible to bring back the files removed after you hit Empty Trash. No 100% guarantee, though. Learn how to perform a smooth file recovery and restore the deleted Trash items following this guide.
One can't but agree that Mac OS has a stunning graphical user interface (GUI), which is also quite functional. With its help, Mac users don't have to bother running the command-line interface environment in most cases. Knowing your way around Mac OS can help you resolve typical user issues with a standard system toolkit. However, using the hidden features of Apple's operating system is impossible without running the Terminal app. Knowing the Mac Terminal commands is essential to doing everything right.
It is common knowledge that MacBook Air/Pro battery has a more prolonged life in comparison to most laptops. Still, nothing lasts forever. Over time, the number of charge cycles runs out, and eventually, the battery dies. Do you need to sustain your battery life for a limited period or a single charge? Are you looking for long-term solutions to ensure your Mac’s battery will last? Take a look at the roundup of 7 proven tips and hacks to extend the battery life on your Mac.
Every time you start your Mac, services and apps known as login items launch concurrently with the system. Most apps don’t request user permission to launch at startup, so they silently run in the background. They sneak into the list of login items and settle there, unnoticed, until Mac’s performance drops. It may happen that the application uninstalled from Mac long ago, still loads on startup.
Owners of MacBook Air and MacBook Pro should pay close attention to their laptop’s battery health. Keeping track of the notebook battery cycles is crucial for knowing when to replace it. In the event your Mac’s battery rapidly discharges, or your laptop refuses to work without a power source, it’s time to get alerted. Because of multiple recharge cycles, laptop batteries gradually lose their operating capacity. macOS Sierra constantly monitors the battery condition to help users evaluate their laptop’s battery health.
iMac Apple computers are famous for being highly proficient. However, with time, they also might need an upgrade as far as RAM is involved. Used by photographers, designers, and other creative professionals, iMacs require a sufficient amount of RAM to keep up with memory-intensive projects. But when it comes to the RAM upgrade, iMac users often get puzzled by the idea. Read on to find out the ins and outs of performing an iMac memory change.
The Internet technology has become the cornerstone of human progress. It has given a plethora of conveniences to humanity, including new types of professions and lifestyles. Broadband Internet allows high-speed data transfer across the world. Soon enough, desktops, laptops, mobile phones, and tablets will become a means of data transmission, while all the processing will happen in a cloud.