New strains of ransomware usually impact many Windows users, while only a small percentage of Mac users get affected. However, there are ransomware strains that specifically target Apple’s computers. Defending against these threats is crucial if your business mostly uses Macs.
Has your Mac become sluggish? Is it taking too much time to boot or load websites? Different factors can slow down your computer. In this post, we have prepared various tips on how to resolve this.
Clean up your Login Items
The Login Items list (also known as the Startup List) contains all the apps and programs that automatically start when you log in.
Using two monitors doesn’t just make working convenient, but it also makes you more productive. If you’re using a Mac Mini, Macbook Pro, or Macbook Air, you probably think your external monitor options are limited. Not quite. Here’s how to use external monitors as a second display for your Mac computers.
Viruses and malware creators are out to attack anyone and everyone, including Mac users. Despite Apple’s robust macOS that makes it difficult to attack Macs, cybercriminals are finding ways to identify and exploit vulnerabilities. Read on to find out which threats you should protect your Mac against, as well as signs that your computer has been compromised.
Apple’s continuous improvement of its operating systems will give us iOS 14 and other OS updates this September. These will be previewed and tested by developers come Apple’s WWDC on June 22, but here’s a quick peek at some of the new apps and features.
While many users are tech-savvy, there are some who don’t utilize useful keyboard shortcuts on their devices. These shortcuts can greatly enhance your productivity and save you a lot of time. Besides making you more efficient, using them can actually reduce wrist strain.
Apple computers are built to last. However, you’ll eventually experience some issues with their machines and have to replace it with a new one. But how do you determine if it’s finally time to put your Mac to rest? Let’s highlight some of the signs you need to look out for.
High-profile ransomware cases include the WannaCry and Petya outbreaks in 2017, which infected hundreds of thousands of Windows PCs around the world. However, Mac computers can get ransomware too. If you have a Mac, it’s important that you follow the security best practices below.
Your Mac holds plenty of important files that you simply cannot risk losing or exposing to unauthorized parties. One of the best ways to protect your computer and all the data it contains is to lock it with a password when it’s not in use.
It’s not enough to log off your Mac
Some people “lock” their Mac computer by logging off or shutting down the device.
It is widely believed that Apple computers and devices are highly secure and can't be touched by malware and viruses. While there are fewer security threats to Macs, iPhones, and other Apple gadgets compared to Windows and Android machines, Apple devices are also vulnerable.