Here are 10 ways you can speed up a slow Mac. There’s no reason to put up with your Mac being slow. Often this is caused by an app or background process using too many resources, the lack of free hard drive space, a failing drive, or many other reasons. Watch Gary’s full video presentation […]
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Apple has released updates for its operating systems bringing them to iOS 13.5, iPadOS 13.5, tvOS 13.4.5, and iOS 12.4.7 — updates that chiefly include changes relating to COVID-19 Exposure Notification. Released on Monday, the updates for iPadOS and iOS can be installed by entering the Settings app, selecting General, Software Update, then selecting to […]
The Photos app includes tools like albums and tags to help you organize your photo library. But if you like, you can skip that and just use built-in features that automatically group your photos by dates, locations, people or objects.
If the 16-inch MacBook Pro was too heavy for your liking, but the new MacBook Air too light on power, you’re now in luck: Apple has revamped its 13-inch MacBook Pro with the new Magic Keyboard design, as well as a host of improved processor options. The new models are available for order as of […]
We had a couple of TVAUG members who were not able to change their virtual backgrounds in this morning’s Q&A session that Tony and Bruce co-hosted. There are some minimum hardware requirements to do so and as promised, here they are as specified on Zoom’s website… Image only: Zoom Desktop Client for Mac, 4.6.0 […]
4.14.20 Lots of folks are working from home during these surreal days of the COVID-19 pandemic. Zoom is a popular videoconferencing solution but is losing fans due to reports of security issues.What if there was an alternative? Well, there is. Apple’s FaceTime is a great videoconferencing tool… Read more