OS X Archive

Top 3 Essential Apps For Your New Mac

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Ever since Apple incorporated packaged applications into the Mac ecosystem, there have been a variety of innovative, useful, and highly-rated apps that help users to maximize their experience on Mac OS X. Sometimes an app is designed with the intent to bring a beloved smartphone or tablet function to

Keep Your Mac Clean and Tidy With CleanMyMac 2 : Review

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First when I switched to Mac from windows, I’m clueless. I asked many people about the best antivirus and other cleaner softwares for Mac, because I lived such a way when I used windows. The same way, I installed many free apps which I got from googling to keep

Are Macs Really More Virus Proof Than PCs?

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If you are considering the purchase of a Mac computer, then you may have heard about a common selling point for these machines: Macs are significantly more virus-proof than PCs. Whilst it’s true that 16 million PC households experienced issues with serious viruses as of 2012 (a problem that

Improper Volume Resizing May Cause Data Loss on Your Mac

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When it comes to resizing one or more volumes on the internal hard drive of your Mac, it is obvious for you to think at least twice before putting your hands on it. You must have a commercial partition manager compatible with the OS X version your Mac machine

How to Create a Bootable USB Drive to Install OS X Mavericks

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WWDC 2013 Apple showed their new operating system for the Mac. New Mac OS X named out of Cat family which is called "Mavericks". Apple released OSX Mavericks (10.9) Developer Preview 1 for all developers. New OSX comes with great features which we are longing for these