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Category Archives: Macintosh
In the past few years, Apple has worked to integrate features from their highly successful iOS to the desktop realm. The newest version, macOS Sierra, is the most integrated version yet. The connection between the Mac desktop and Apple’s mobile … Continue reading
Summer offers the perfect time to enrich yourself with some summertime learning. With lyndaCampus, you have access to the leading online learning platform that helps anyone learn business, software, technology and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals. Here … Continue reading
Looks like another major application is having problems with Apple’s latest OS release, El Capitan. This time, the popular email client Microsoft Outlook for Mac is having difficulty with the OS. The problem identifies itself when the application tries to connect to … Continue reading
Mac users seem to have been forgotten by Microsoft Office developers since the last version was released in 2010. However, the folks in Redmond have finally announced that a new version of Office is on the way! Office 2016 is … Continue reading
By: Kristina Harris With the launch of Apple Watch pre-sales, we decided to put together a table to compare and contrast the new technology and two of its biggest competitors, Google’s Android Wear Gear Live and Samsung’s Gear S. Click … Continue reading
About Technology’s blog by Sue Chastain provides a list of many ways that you can take a screenshot on a Macintosh computer using various shortcut keys and Apple’s bundled utility, Grab.
by Moez Janmohammad iOS 8 was announced Monday, and the beta for developers went out that day. I’ve had it now for about 48 hours, and I’m pleased to say that it’s a pretty solid update, especially for the first … Continue reading
This post by Digital Trends highlights some of the common issues and fixes with Mac OS X Mavericks. Get iPhoto working again in Mavericks Fix the slow Time Machine problem and make it run faster Reinstall Java after upgrading to … Continue reading
Get to know iOS7: Design changes See what Macworld has to see about iOS7.