Understanding Your Mac’s System Folders

Understanding Your Mac’s System Folders

System folders in macOS are folders not intended to be accessed by the user. Here we’ll help you find the functionality of each system folder in macOS.

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How to Password-Protect Folders on Mac

How to Password-Protect Folders on Mac

Folders can’t be directly encrypted in macOS, but you can put them in password-protected containers. Learn how you can password-protect folders on macOS.

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What’s So Great About Plex?

What’s So Great About Plex?

While it may be popular, what’s so great about Plex? It’s the best media streaming tool on the market and is for users with large libraries of digital content.

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How to Run a Python Script on Mac

How to Run a Python Script on Mac

Need to know how to run a Python script in macOS? Don’t worry, it’s quick and easy. Just follow these few steps.

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How to Fix a Blurry Photo

How to Fix a Blurry Photo

Do you have a blurry photo that you wish you could make more clear and defined? Here is how to fix a blurry photo using GIMP and Photoshop.

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How Solid State Drives Works

How Solid State Drives Works

If you’re not quite sure how solid state drives work, you’re not alone. Here we explain how flash memory, a.k.a. NAND memory, actually works.

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How to Create a Wi-Fi Hotspot in macOS

How to Create a Wi-Fi Hotspot in macOS

There are times whem you might need to share your internet connection with others. Here is how you can create a Wi-Fi hotspot in macOS.

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Why Are SSD Prices Suddenly Plummeting?

Why Are SSD Prices Suddenly Plummeting?

For years SSD prices were annoyingly stable. Suddenly, that’s all changed. SSD prices are dropping like a stone. Is now the best time to buy an SSD?

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Why and How to Edit Your Sudoers File in Linux

Why and How to Edit Your Sudoers File in Linux

Within your Linux system, there’s a file called “sudoers” which permits or denies users from gaining super-user access and holds some special preferences for sudo.

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How to Download Any File to Your iPhone

How to Download Any File to Your iPhone

Apple has been very strict about what files you can save to your phone. This article shows how you can download any file directly to your iPhone.

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How to Access Network Files From Your iPad

How to Access Network Files From Your iPad

iPad, or iOS, is not natively equipped for accessing resources on a local network. This article shows how you can access network files on your iPad.

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How to Copy Files to and from Your iPhone

How to Copy Files to and from Your iPhone

You can easily transfer files to and from an iPhone using iTunes, iCloud or AirDrop. These other methods will also copy files to and from an iPhone.

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Getting Started with Awk Command

Getting Started with Awk Command

If you need to process text based on certain conditions, awk will almost always get the job done quickly. Here’s how to get started.

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What Are DNS Leaks and How to Fix Them

What Are DNS Leaks and How to Fix Them

A DNS leak occurs when a user’s IP address is exposed via an unencrypted DNS request to their ISP’s DNS server. This will show how to fix DNS leaks.

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Why Are There No Excellent USB-C Hubs?

Why Are There No Excellent USB-C Hubs?

The USB–C connector has been on the market for some time and is the most robust, durable, and powerful USB connector type available. So why is it still so hard to find a great USB–C hub?

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