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  • Block Telemarketing Calls Automatically on Your iPhone

    Junk calls are one of the great annoyances of the modern world. You’re minding your own business when your iPhone vibrates in your pocket. You pull it out, curious as to who’s calling, but don’t recog...

  • Screen Share to your Mac over a local network

    Normally you may allow access to all users or just allow Administrators to control the Mac to see whether a user is an Administrator or not go to System Preferences > Users & Groups: Then in the list ...

  • Remote DVD Access to your Mac over a local network

    The sharing preference pane in System Preferences allows you to easily share access to your Macs files, Screen, attached devices such as printers and DVDs and much more. Sharing the DVD drive on an iM...

  • Get the most out of the Notification center widgets in High Sierra

    Notification in macOS keep all the potential dialog boxes and pop ups that apps generate under control and in one place. The Notification center can also provide you access to information quickly like...

  • Repairing the keychain in High Sierra

    Since macOS 10.11.2 (macOS Sierra) the keychain app has been updated for better security and the keychain repair utility has been removed to stop malware hijacking the repair utility and accessing you...

  • Uninstalling Apps on your Mac

    Your Mac relies on developers to provide an uninstaller for each app so often you are left with the only option of dragging an app from the Applications folder and dropping it in the trash. I’m going ...

  • Quickly Recover lost work from Time Machine

    As well as performing a complete backup of your Mac Time Machine also has some really powerful features for restoring individual files, folders, version control and even fragments of a file. We discus...

  • Prepare your Mac for High Sierra

    High Sierra is now available in the App store for most Macs from 2009 onwards, if it’s not available to you in the App Store it is likely not an available update for your Mac, you can check manually t...

  • How to Create a Disk Image from a Folder or Connected Device

    Save your data from a folder or connected device in a disk image. This is our second post on disk images. Creating a disk image is helpful in backing up and transferring data. Here’s how you do it. Pu...

  • Keeping your Mac Cool

    Disclaimer: Great care should be taken when altering the behavior of the cooling fans if you overheat your Mac for an extended period you will destroy it! As such do this at your own risk and if you n...