There are several ways to back up your system and avoid losing data that can’t be replaced. For Mac users, three of the best ways are using iCloud, Google Drive and Time Machine.
The right to repair refers to both an idea as well as proposed legislation that allows a consumer to repair, modify, and improve the devices they have purchased and own rather than being forced into using the manufacturer’s limited approved repair services, parts and accessories.
That being said, these devices are installed for a reason. Without them, you couldn’t make precious video calls to your loved ones and use many other helpful applications. Users need to take advantage of these technologies, not the other way around. Fortunately, there are a few ways to protect yourself and your sensitive content.
When you started your Apple computer for the first time, you were likely amazed with its speed and ease of use. Computers generally run smoothly and efficiently at first. However, as time passes, a device can slow for several reasons. When this occurs, there’s a few things you can do, like reinstalling macOS. Additionally, this post covers how to recover and recover your Mac operating system if the need should arise.
Use AirDrop, iCloud and USB cables to transfer media from your iPhone to your Mac.
Apple TV links up to your home’s internet, allowing you to access nearly everything you can view from a computer on your television.
How to connect and configure your mouse, keyboard and printer in a few easy steps, even if you don’t have the instructions.
If you want to keep your Windows or Apple computer running smoothly and avoid fake operating system updates, follow these essential security tips.