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  • MacOS Catalina: get ready for the new Mac software update

    Whether you welcome change or prefer to avoid it, change is inevitable- especially when it comes to updating your MacOS. The fact is that updates are important to your operating system. They fix bugs, provide new features, and improve the productivity of a Mac. In this post, we want to tell you a bit about […]

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    How to access iCloud Photo Library

    iCloud is Apple’s cloud-based data storage, which saves and synchronizes applications’ content between all your Apple devices. Using iCloud, you can access your data from any device, anytime you want. All your media files will be uploaded to iCloud storage as long as you activate iCloud Photo Library synchronization on your devices. iCloud gives you […]

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    How to fix a water damaged iPhone

    Because we use our iPhones day-in and day-out, there is a real possibility that the phone may be damaged. For example, we may have dozens of micro-scratches on the device’s glass screen. But sometimes more serious damage can happen to your iPhone. For example, it may fall into the water, in which case Apple’s one-year […]

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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? Plugins […]

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    How to delete Chromium from Mac

    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” […]