In 2015, Windows 10 was released. The update was new, exciting and somewhat fancier than previous versions. For one reason or another, many Windows users who were using a previous version of the system didn’t upgrade when 10 was released. In fact, at the end of last year, Windows 10 was only used by 41 percent of the Microsoft user base.
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.
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.
Windows updates are important because they provide users with new features, improved security and more. During May of 2019, Microsoft rolled out its latest update, which is Windows 10, version 1903, codenamed 19H1. To help keep your PC running securely and efficiently, you will want to download and install the update. For many users, the… Read more →
Why let workspaces become so disorganized? With a little work and a file organization system, you can clean up your Mac in little to no time.
If you want to keep your Windows or Apple computer running smoothly and avoid fake operating system updates, follow these essential security tips.
If your Windows PC or laptop is freezing, crashing or won’t boot up normally, booting your computer in Safe Mode is a good starting point from which to identify and fix problems.
MacOS vs Windows. Mac vs PC. If you’re in the market for a new computer, one of the biggest decisions you’ll have to make is which operating system (OS) do you prefer?
As you use your computer over time it can become less efficient and slower as configuration settings are changed and new software and files are stored to the disk drives. Here are some tips to speed things up.