How to Encrypt Your Emails on macOS

How to Encrypt Your Emails on macOS

Without email encryption, your emails can be spied on by any interested observer. This shows how you can encrypt your emails on macOS and send encrypted emails with any email client.

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How to Check for 32-bit Apps in Mac

How to Check for 32-bit Apps in Mac

Apple is phasing out support for 32-bit apps on macOS. You probably have at least some 32-bit apps on your computer. This article will show how to check for 32-bit apps on your Mac.

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How to Change All Your Mac’s Default Apps

How to Change All Your Mac’s Default Apps

The default Mac applications that come with your new Mac work well enough, but they lack certain features you might be seeking. You can change your Mac’s default applications with the instructions here.

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Five Free Backup Applications for Mac

Five Free Backup Applications for Mac

Data loss is a constant threat to our technology-heavy lives. For Mac users, you can start backing up your data with these five free backup applications for Mac.

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How to Install and Dual-Boot Ubuntu on Mac

How to Install and Dual-Boot Ubuntu on Mac

It is easy to dual boot Ubuntu on Mac. There might be some problems with the bootloader, but it can be overcome easily. Here are the steps to install and dual boot Ubuntu on Mac.

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Why You Shouldn’t Use an Admin Account as Your Main Account

Why You Shouldn’t Use an Admin Account as Your Main Account

Just about everyone uses an administrator account for their primary computer account. If a malicious program or attackers are able to get control of your user account, they can do a lot more damage with an admin account than with a standard account.

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Why CPU Clock Speed Isn’t Increasing

Why CPU Clock Speed Isn’t Increasing

As technology progresses, it seems that even high-end processors have stopped increasing their clock speeds. Will processor clock speed start increasing again, or has that time passed?

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Why Is the Mac App Store So Bad?

Why Is the Mac App Store So Bad?

The Mac App Store is truly bad. If it was just third-party software, the Mac App Store would be laughable. Why is the Mac App Store so bad, and what’s keeping Apple from making the Mac App Store better?

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5 of the Best Ebook Reader Apps for iOS

5 of the Best Ebook Reader Apps for iOS

Carrying a library in the palm of your hand is amazing. And if you can store it on your phone, you’ll never be without a good book. Check out our favorite third-party ebook reader apps for iOS.

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Why Does macOS Use DMG Files for New Applications?

Why Does macOS Use DMG Files for New Applications?

With macOS, have you ever wondered why you have to mount the dmg file and drag and drop the content to the Applications directory to install a new application? Let’s find out why.

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How to Repair Disk Permissions on Mac

How to Repair Disk Permissions on Mac

If you’ve ever done much Mac troubleshooting, you’ve probably heard about “repair disk permissions” as a solution. What are permissions, and why should you repair disk permissions on the Mac?

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5 Top BitTorrent Clients for macOS

5 Top BitTorrent Clients for macOS

Downloading torrents might not be as popular as it once was, but you’ll still find a ton of content available online. If you are a Mac user, these are the top BitTorrent clients for macOS in 2018.

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Why a Telugu Character Is Bricking Apple Devices

Why a Telugu Character Is Bricking Apple Devices

A single Telugu character can now cause an iPhone to enter an unbreakable boot loop just by receiving a notification containing the character. Let’s delve in to why a single character can cause such major problems with iOS.

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How to Add, Create and Manage Search Engines in Firefox

How to Add, Create and Manage Search Engines in Firefox

Firefox is a heavily customizable browser. One of the many settings you can change are the search engines installed within the browser. Learn how you can add, create and manage the search engines in Firefox.

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How to Properly Style Text in Microsoft Word

How to Properly Style Text in Microsoft Word

Styling text in Microsoft Word is one of those things that you can be more efficient in. If you edit Word documents regularly, you’ll want to know how to style them correctly. Here are a few tips to properly style text in Microsoft Word.

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The Disappointing Differences in Microsoft Office for Mac

The Disappointing Differences in Microsoft Office for Mac

If you are a Mac user and bought Microsoft Office for Mac, you might be disappointed to find that it is not on par with the Windows version. Check out the differences between Microsoft Office for Windows and Mac.

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What Is bashrc and Why Should You Edit It

What Is bashrc and Why Should You Edit It

There are a number of hidden files tucked away in your Linux’s home directory. One of them is .bashrc up near the top of your hidden files. What is bashrc, and why is editing bashrc useful? Let’s find out.

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Why You Need a Trackball Mouse

Why You Need a Trackball Mouse

The vast majority of computer users get by with a standard mouse, but a select few absolutely adore trackballs. If you are wondering if you need a trackball mouse, here are the reasons why a trackball mouse is the perfect tool for you.

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The Best Open Source Clones of Great Old Games

The Best Open Source Clones of Great Old Games

One pastime of open source developers is cloning old or unplayable games into open source versions. The following are some of our favorite open source game clones.

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How to Configure Linux for Children

How to Configure Linux for Children

While Linux is seen as needlessly complex, you can easily configure Linux for children and make it kids-friendly and easy to use.

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The Beginner’s Guide to Gaming on Mac

The Beginner’s Guide to Gaming on Mac

Gaming on Mac has never been a huge selling point, but macOS has more power as a gaming platform than its reputation would suggest. Here are some ways you can game on a Mac.

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How to Embed Fonts in Microsoft Word

How to Embed Fonts in Microsoft Word

When you use a custom font in a Word document, your co-worker might not be able to view it. Learn how to embed a font in Microsoft Word so the style is the same everywhere.

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How to Detect and Remove Malware from Your Mac

How to Detect and Remove Malware from Your Mac

Even if it’s not prevalent, your Mac can still be infected by malware. If you suspect your Mac has malware, here’s how to detect and remove malware from Mac.

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What Is SED in Linux and How Do You Use It?

What Is SED in Linux and How Do You Use It?

Sed is a powerful command in Linux akin to the find and replace feature in most text editors. Find out what sed is and how you can use it to improve your efficiency in the terminal.

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4 of the Best Photo-Editing Apps for iOS

4 of the Best Photo-Editing Apps for iOS

Apple’s built-in photo-editing tools are fairly anemic, calling for a more capable image editor. Here are some of the best photo-editing apps for iOS.

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How to Edit the Context Menu in macOS

How to Edit the Context Menu in macOS

The longer you use your Mac, the longer the context menu is. Here are some methods you can use to manage and edit the context menu in macOS.

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