If an Apple computer gets hotter than hell and makes noise like a rock band, it is not normal. You should not let Mac burn that way. You'd better research why this is happening and explore solutions to prolong the lifespan of your device.
Mac owners often work with various image and video editing software. The choice is wide: from Adobe Photoshop or Premier to Sketch or Final Cut Pro. Both third-party solutions and native tools are great. However, regular work with these apps may lead to the common system errors associated with a “scratch disk” notification. The most typical bug in such situation is that Photoshop rejects to launch. Luckily, there is a solution to the issue, and the article is going to show you several ways out.
Solid-State Drives (SSD) are great, no argument about that. They ensure larger speed of work and require less battery power. Yes, SSD costs more than a classical hard drive of the same capacity; respectively, the solid-state drives of 1 TB and larger are really expensive. But many users solve this issue by purchasing a smaller SSD to install the OS on it while all user data is stored on a huge HDD. Perhaps, the only significant problem with such devices is SSD limited life span. Once a Mac user gets a Low SSD life alert, he or she must urgently backup personal files.
Why in the world would one want to erase the passwords stored in browsers on a personal Mac? Well, think 'security.' As the old saying goes, it's not wise to put all your eggs into one basket. The same way, keeping all your passwords in one place is not safe and could jeopardize your money or private data. As long as you do not let anyone else use your Mac, the threat is minimal. But what if you're selling your device or lend it to your friend or colleague? In any case, it is good to know how to get rid of the saved passwords on a Mac. From this article, you will learn how to clear all passwords the most popular browsers.
Undoubtedly, macOS is a highly efficient and convenient platform. Though, even there you can find some useless components that lie dormant cluttering the system. The stark example is the numerous language files. In fact, the same can be said about language packs included in almost any application you install on your Mac.
If you have worked with Windows OS, then chances are close to 100% that you have dealt with its Task Manager at least once. And if you are reading this article now, most probably, you have recently switched to Mac, something completely new to you. Usually, new users wonder whether macOS has the analogue of Task Manager and related shortcuts they used to handle various chores. It was so comfortable to apply them to save time, wasn’t it?
Mac OS X Mavericks, the successor to OS X Mountain Lion, aimed at improving the overall efficiency of Mac machines. Despite that, many users have faced performance issues in their Macs related to the free OS X Mavericks update. Below you will find fixes and troubleshooting techniques to resolve the typical performance issues.
Users of Mac OS X have two major utilities to verify and repair hard disks or their MacBook Air/Pro and iMac: Disk Utility and fsck. The Terminal-savvy Mac owners will choose in favor of the command-line fsck utility. Meanwhile, most users will launch Disk Utility if their computer won’t start properly. So, why do you need to repair your Mac’s hard disk?
Users of Mac OS X Mavericks and earlier have reported facing WiFi related issues after their MacBook Pro comes out of sleep. In most cases, the WiFi-related issues have occurred after installing OS X Mavericks on a MacBook Pro. In later macOS versions, this problem has been resolved. Having steady Internet connectivity is crucial to complete both work tasks and routine operations. No need to worry: the majority of sleep-related WiFi issues on MacBook Pro machines are easy to fix.
Random Access Memory, or RAM for short, is essential for any computer’s stable performance. In this day and age, the majority of computers ship with 4-8GB of RAM by default. People using memory-intensive applications, games, or graphics processors often require up to 16GB of RAM. Only imagine, 20 years ago, the default computer’s RAM was 8MB. It turns out, the modern productivity requirements have increased by 1000 times!