So you’re trying to finish an urgent task, but your Mac isn’t performing as fast as you need it to. What can you do? Knowing why your machine is slowing down is key to returning it to its former speed. We have prepared five common reasons Macs become sluggish and what you can do to resolve the problem.
Remote work arrangements have become the new norm for many employees. If you’ve been working from home using your Apple desktop or laptop without a second monitor, here’s some good news: you have several options for external monitors — including your TV.
First, check what displays your Mac device supports by doing the following:
Click the Apple Menu (located on the left-hand side of the screen). Then click Support > Specifications.
Through the years, Apple products have shown resistance to different kinds of malware that Microsoft computers weren’t able to dodge. This, however, does not mean that Macs are invulnerable. Here are some threats you should watch out for to keep your Mac protected.
If you’re an Apple mobile device user (or are planning to become one), you’ll want to know the goodies you’ll get from the next iterations of iOS 14 and other Apple operating systems. Here are some of the more tantalizing ones.
Nifty app tweaks
Apple is developing new features for some of its prominent apps, and these tweaks may just make the cut come September.
Some Mac users have been using their devices for years without learning many of the most useful keyboard shortcuts. That’s fine, but knowing these shortcuts would definitely make life much easier. Here are some of the most useful ones you should learn now.
Have you been recently experiencing problems on your Mac computer? Are you wondering if you should shell out some cash for a new one or if it’s better to stick to your current device? If so, we are here to help. In this article, we list down the surefire signs that you need to buy a new Mac.
Whenever a new strain of ransomware is discovered, Mac users are barely affected by the news. But there are rare occasions where ransomware specifically targets Mac computers. Being aware of and knowing how to defend against these threats is crucial if your business mostly relies on Mac devices.
Confidential data stored in your Mac is at risk of exposure if you leave your desk with your computer on. One of the most effective ways to protect your data is to lock your Mac with a password.
It’s not enough to log off your Mac
Some people “lock” their Mac computer by logging off or shutting down the device.
Although more generally secure than Windows computers and Android devices, Apple computers and devices have security threats, too. Thinking that Macs and iPhones don’t need protection is just asking for trouble. Follow these tips to bolster the security of all your business gadgets.