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How to Install the Safari Beta and Finally Get Favicons

Apple made Safari Technology Preview Release 58 available this week for people running macOS High Sierra and developers running the beta version of macOS Mojave. If you’re already running a previous Safari Technology Preview then you can update your version from the Mac App Store’s Updates tab. If you’re not, you can …Read more… Continue […]

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How to Find All Your 32-Bit Mac Apps at Once Before Apple Makes Them Obsolete

After booting 32-bit apps from the iPhone and iPad in iOS 11, Apple is getting ready give the same treatment to your Mac. If you’re worried that you might lose access to some of your favorite apps, here’s how to check whether all the software running on your computer is 64-bit or not.Read more… Continue […]

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Don’t Update to macOS 10.13.4 If You Use Duet Display

With all the excitement of yesterday’s iOS 11.3 release, you may not have noticed that Apple also unleashed macOS 10.13.4 on the world. The latest Mac update includes a bunch of smaller fixes, with a focus on “stability, performance, and security,” but if you’re using Duet Display you should avoid the newest version…Read more… Continue […]

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Fix Your Touch Bar With This App

The MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar just isn’t that useful. Sure, its functionality changes based on the app you’re in, but if you—like me—were expecting a second screen that you’d be able to customize, you’re not the only one who’s disappointed. You can, however, download the third party app 2Touch to create some bespoke…Read more… Continue […]

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How to Get Rid of Those Annoying Mac Update Notifications

Software updates are usually a good thing. They can bring new features and important security updates to whatever device you’re using with little to no effort on your part. If you have a Mac computer, however, you’re probably sick and tired of seeing that same “Updates Available” notification pop-up on your computer…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Watch For This iCloud Drive Bug When Upgrading to a New Mac

If you’re migrating from one iMac to another (shinier) one after the holidays, or helping someone set up their new MacBook Pro to replace their old MacBook Air, you might be tempted to use iCloud Drive to move some important files you need to access in a hurry. Unfortunately, if you’re moving files from a […]

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When You Should Skip Apple Upgrades

Whether you’ve seen it in action or received more than a few intrusive notifications from Apple, you’ve probably been directed to install the company’s new macOS High Sierra on more than one occasion. Features like improved photo management and the Apple File System are definitely enticing, but, as with many of the…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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How to Patch The macOS High Sierra Password Flaw [Updated]

Mac users running the latest version of Apple’s operating system, High Sierra, are susceptible to a pretty huge flaw that could grant anyone with physical access to your Mac unfettered access to everything on your machine. The hack seems to be affecting only macOS High Sierra 10.13 and 10.13.1 versions. Luckily, a…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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All the Features You Need to Know About macOS High Sierra

Apple’s new desktop operating system, macOS High Sierra, is officially available for your downloading pleasure. Compared to Apple’s iOS 11 update, which added a host of new features like augmented reality; a new dock on the iPad; and improved multitasking support; High Sierra’s improvements are mostly under the hood.…Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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These Are the Devices That Support iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra

At its press event yesterday, Apple announced a slew of new products, including a trio of new iPhones (like the $999 iPhone X), an LTE-equipped Apple Watch, and an Apple TV capable of displaying movies in 4K HDR. The announcements also coincided with some software update news, namely release dates for iOS 11 and macOS…Read […]

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These Are the Devices That Support iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra

At its press event yesterday, Apple announced a slew of new products, including a trio of new iPhones (like the $999 iPhone X), an LTE-equipped Apple Watch, and an Apple TV capable of displaying movies in 4K HDR. The announcements also coincided with some software update news, namely release dates for iOS 11 and macOS…Read […]

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