Do you still have an older Apple WiFi router? Do you still need to configure it?
Take a look at your AirPort Express and locate the model number in the faint print. Do you you have an A1084 or A1088 model? Unfortunately, these older versions of the Express are no longer supported by the newer operating systems (Mac OS X Lion, Mountain Lion, Mavericks or Sierra). Read More
Do you want to move data between Windows and Mac? Do you use an USB hard drive for this?
If yes, I am sure you wonder what is the best way to do it. If you format your drive in FAT32, you will face all limitations of this old protocol (e.g. max file-size of 4GB) … if NTFS you will get all the Windows options available but will be read-only for Mac… if you format it in Mac OS Extended you will not be able to use it in Windows. The solution is a to make a compromise and use exFAT. Read More
I recently bought a new Bluetooth mouse for my laptop… a Microsoft Designer Bluetooth Mouse. It’s a very beautiful mouse with a very good quality. It has a magnetic battery cover for it’s two AAA batteries that are easily mounted on the same side. The mouse clicks are firm and the entire mouse gives you a nice feel while the scroll wheel has a good texture. The only think you might not like is the click noise, something that I personally like even if it’s quite loud.
This mouse is very easy to connect to your Windows or macOS device. Read More
OS X Mavericks installation might stuck with “About 0 seconds remaining” message. Usually this happens due to slow, lost or disconnected of internet connection and this is nothing to be worried about. Most of the time you just need to wait and the installation process will continue in the background. Read More
If you are new on MacOS, you might find immediately that the delete key is not present or is not in the same place as in a Windows PC. Also, it has a different behavior in some cases.
The Delete key on Mac is represented with an arrow (backspace) or simply with the “delete” word. It does and doesn’t act the same way as the Backspace and Delete keys on a PC. Normally hitting Delete on a Mac will work as a Backspace key. To Forward Delete, normal action of the Delete key on a PC, you have to hold down the fn key and then hit the Delete key. To Delete a File or something once selected sometimes the Mac Delete keys Deletes it and at other times it does nothing other then give you a Chime/Sound no matter what other key you hold down. This is the case with deleting files in Finder. As in Windows the delete key actually deletes whatever is selected all the time.
If you ever set your trackpad secondary click as bottom left click, you might get into some trouble with how you use your mouse. In order to get back tou default settings, use tour bottom right left click as a normal click instead and go to: Read More