If you're using a Mac and looking at options for a backup system, we suggest Time Machine, Macs' built-in backup solution. With Time Machine, you can keep your Mac functioning after a crash, retrieve mistakenly deleted files, and even explore previous versions of your documents — as if you're traveling back in time.
Has your computer been a little sluggish lately? Is it always crashing or freezing? If yes, you may be tempted to go out and buy a new one. But then what do you do with your old PC? Here are five ways to repurpose your old computer instead of getting rid of it.
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.
There are several ways to transfer data from a Windows PC to a Mac. You could save your files to an external hard drive, share them over your network, or sync them up to the cloud. There’s also Windows Migration Assistant, a special utility that Apple created to easily and seamlessly import data from Windows to Mac.
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.
Today’s computer users often forget or are unaware of how much sensitive information their devices store. The ability to save passwords, credit card numbers, and personal messages is undeniably convenient, but it’s also a huge liability. If you’re thinking about getting rid of your Mac, make sure to follow these steps first.
If you’ve owned a Mac for quite some time, it’s probable that you’ve encountered a few problems with it. After a while, using it can be more of a hassle than a convenience. If you’re already experiencing some major problems, it may be time to replace your Mac.
When setting up your new MacBook, it’s important not to rush through the setup process. Otherwise, you might miss out on several key steps that will help make you get the most out of it. Here’s a guide to setting up your MacBook, plus some useful tweaks to further improve its performance.
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.
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.