No matter how much you loved your Mac when you bought it, chances are it doesn't perform the same way it once did.
A few years can take a noticeable toll on any computer, but luckily there are some tips and tricks that can help bring it back up to speed.
Here are a few things to look out for that can make your overall Mac experience more smooth and efficient — without having to upgrade the hardware.Full Detail
If, tomorrow, something goes wrong with your Mac or if it gets stolen or , replacing the hardware itself is technically very easy to do; it just takes money. But the data that was on its hard disk or SSD—those precious photos, that carefully amassed iTunes library, that work, that novel? The best case scenario is that you pay hundreds, maybe thousands of dollars to a data recovery specialist to try to get some back, and the worst case is that it’s gone for good.
And that’s why, today, you should back up your Mac. We all know this, but understanding the different ways of backing up, and picking a backup that’s right for you—so that you can rest easy knowing that it’s extremely unlikely that you’ll lose any of your files—can be tricky. At least, it would be, but for this guide!Full Detail
Last month we gave you a list of 10 essential tips and tricks to improve your life as a PC user. From shortcuts to programmes, these nuggets of info were designed to make you a quicker and more knowledgeable user of Microsoft Windows.
Naturally, it’s only right that we do the same for all the OS X users out there. Macs are more popular than ever before, and with people still making the switch from Windows to Apple’s OS for the first time there can be a lot to take in. With that in mind here’s 10 tips we think will come in handy during day-to-day use of your MacBook or iMac.Full Detail