A service that allows you to discover the best apps for any device and for any interest. Continue reading
A serious flaw leaves computers running Linux and OS X vulnerable to attack. What you need to know about Shellshock.
http://www.pcworld.com/article/2687857/bigger-than-heartbleed-shellshock-flaw-leaves-os-x-linux-more-open-to-attack.html Continue reading
Raymond wants to know if there’s anyway to get rid of password prompts on his Mac. Continue reading
In Part 4 of Hack Your Mac, we look at terminal commands that will help configure and test your Mac Continue reading
In Part 3 of Hack Your Mac, we look at terminal commands that will customize your OS. Continue reading
Deb wants to know if it’s possible to print to a wireless printer from an iPad or iPhone. Continue reading
Hidden within the confines of the elegant Mac OS X, is a powerful Unix based terminal that allows you to fully utilize your system and its resources. In part 2, we look at security. Continue reading
Hidden within the confines of the elegant Mac OS X, is a powerful Unix based terminal that allows you to fully utilize your system and its resources. Continue reading
Gary from California writes:
I use a MacBook Pro, and am trying to find out how to reverse a display change in Safari that just showed up one day, without any action on my part that I can recall. I now have a column that I don’t want, apparently named ‘Reading List’, It takes about 20% of my screen, which makes it impossible to read most
When Mac users were introduced to OS X Mountain Lion, we gained the capability to be a little more hands-on with our MacBooks or trackpads through Gestures. While this seems like a small change, I can say from personal experience that getting familiar with these moves can definitely help increase your productivity. Continue reading
Donna from Hamden, CT writes:
Yesterday I purchased an Apple IMac desk top computer. It’s a really big change from Windows 7. The salesperson showed me some things, but today I’m finding I can’t get out of certain websites – like the Slingo game I play. I don’t see a home button to go to. Can you help me figure this out please?