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    How to Uninstall Opera Browser on Mac

    According to statistics, Opera is the fourth most popular browser. However, if you need to uninstall the Opera browser from your Mac, you can find it tricky to do so. Deleting it by just a simple drag-and-drop to the Trash is not enough. We will tell you how to remove Opera from your Mac correctly. […]

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    How to Uninstall Browsers on Mac

    Web browsers provide a huge range of possibilities from the navigating pages to 2k streaming in video games. Unfortunately, technology is not perfect, and the disadvantages of these actions result in the accumulation of a huge cache, temp files, and cookie on a computer. They are not always in use, but they take up a […]

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    MAC Address – All you Need to Know About it

    Many users of computers, tablets, smartphones, routers and other networking devices are faced with a term such as MAC address. In this article, we’ll explain what a MAC address is, how to get a MAC address and how to change it in on a Mac operating system. What does MAC address stand for? MAC ID […]

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    Mac Task Manager

    If you have just switched from Windows to Mac you may find out that most key shortcuts don’t work on Mac. For example, when an application crashes on Windows, a command Ctrl-Shift-Esc is used to bring up the Task Manager and quit the offending process. What about a Mac? How does one kill such processes […]

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    How to Disable Plugins on a Mac

    In short, a plugin is a mini program that improves the functionality of another larger program. Most plugins are generally useful, but some of them can be unnecessary or even viral. That’s why understanding what plugins are and knowing how to disable plugins are as important as knowing how to install plugins. What are plugins? […]

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    How to remove Chromium from Mac completely

    After Safari, most Mac users prefer using the Chrome browser. But not many people like its privacy policy, which allows Google to use almost any information about the sites you are browsing. That’s the reason why Google Chromium has been created – the open source browser, which says that there is no sending of “spyware” […]