Macs are known to be pretty secure as they don't seem to get viruses and malware as easily as Windows computers do. But the truth is, no computer is completely immune to malicious software. So how can you tell if your Mac has been infected with malware? Look out for these signs.
Some Mac users have been using their devices for years and still do not know many of the keyboard shortcuts designed to make users’ lives easier. Here are some of the most helpful ones users like you should learn.
Minimize or dock the front app window: Command + M
If you have several open apps, browsers, and Finder windows, use this shortcut to minimize the front window to the Dock.
Windows computers tend to deal with an assortment of malware, but many people fail to realize that even Apple computers face similar threats. As cybercriminals have become more adept at finding exploits and other vulnerabilities, more and more Macs have also fallen prey to malware.
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.
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.
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.
Viruses and malware creators are out to attack anyone and everyone within their reach — including Mac users. Despite Apple’s insulated macOS layouts, cybercriminals are finding ways to identify and exploit vulnerabilities.
Viruses that affect Macs
There are four general virus types that hit Apple products, and their effects can range from merely annoying to downright destructive:
Adware are unwanted programs that bombard users with pop-up advertisements.
If you’re an experienced Mac user, you’ve probably mastered many of the handiest keyboard shortcuts. But there’s plenty more beyond Control + C (copy), Control + X (cut), and Control + V (paste). Here’s a look at some of the less common Mac keyboard shortcuts that will save you time.
There are several improvements in Apple’s recently launched macOS High Sierra, and Apple enthusiasts should be thrilled. These include an overhauled interface, faster processing, more efficient storage management, and a long list of application updates.