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Tech Tip: Easy Editing for Mac Photos

12 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gadgetwise

Apple’s Photos for OS X has a button for one-click improvements to your pictures, but it also includes a toolbox for more detailed adjustments.

Security bugs put Apple devices running iOS and Mac OS X at risk

Multiple security vulnerabilities were revealed by Cisco's Talos security team earlier this week, identifying areas at risk of possible exploits in iOS devices and Mac OS X. Some experts believe the exploits to be complex to pull off and likely not worth the time to attack. Show More Summary

iMessage flaw could compromise iPhones, iPads, Macs - CNET

Double-check what version of iOS and OS X you are running because outdated versions carry a huge vulnerability.

ADATA unveils world’s smallest external SSD with a reversible USB Type-C connector – SE730

ADATA today unveiled three SSDs compatible with Windows, Mac OS, and Android- the SE730, SC660, and SV620 external. The SE730 is world’s smallest external SSD (250GB) with a reversible USB Type-C connector...

What Security Threats Face Mac Users In 2016?

Deserved or not, Mac OS X (and now, I suppose, MacOS Sierra) has a reputation for being more secure than Windows. But in 2016, is that reputation still deserved? What security threats exist for the Apple platform, and how are they affecting users? The Unexpected Appearence of Ransomware on OS X Ransomware has been around for over ten years. Show More Summary

Your iPhone or Mac could be hacked with one iMessage - CNET

Security gaps in almost every version of iOS and OS X make your Apple device vulnerable to attack.

Letterpress word game lands on the Mac as Skype drops support for older OS X versions

Remember Letterpress for iOS, the fun word game from Loren Brichter a few years ago? The app was bought by new developers and started receiving updates again earlier this year, and today Letterpress is finally available on the Mac. The...Show More Summary

How to Format an External or USB Drive on Mac OS X With Ease

There are many reasons why an external drive or USB drive would need to be formatted. Maybe you want to change to a different file system. Or maybe you need to fix a corrupted or unreadable drive. Or, as in my case, you just want a one-click method for clearing the contents and turning the drive into a clean slate for use again. Show More Summary

Compile PHP 7 on Mac OS X 10.11 "El Capitain" - Michelangelo van Dam

Apple has made a numerous changes to the way OS X (10.11) "El Capitain" uses open source elements like PHP and OpenSSL. Compiling PHP from source requires a bit more modifications. This article is a follow-up on my previous post Installing...Show More Summary

OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 officially available via Mac App Store

After several weeks of developer and public beta versions, Apple today has officially released OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 through the Mac App Store for all users. The latest software update to OS X El Capitan will likely be the last before Apple releases macOS Sierra 10.12 with new features including Siri later this fall. more… Filed under: Apple

How to work with Mac OS X Colored File Tags?

I'm confused. My daughter did something on my iMac and now there's a green dot next to some of my file names. What does it mean? The post How to work with Mac OS X Colored File Tags? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.

Set Mac Apps to Automatically Open on Different Desktops to Reduce Clutter

Virtual desktops have been a staple of OS X for a while, and they make it easy to cut down on window clutter by giving an application a whole desktop to itself. How-To Geek reminds us that you can set a default desktop per app, which makes the process of using them a heck of a lot easier. Read more...

How to Keep the Mac Dock on One Screen in a Dual Monitor Setup

If you aren’t already, you should be using a dual monitor setup because it can really boost your productivity. Of course, there are also plenty of other reasons to have multiple monitors. But starting with OS X 10.9 (Mavericks), Apple introduced a new feature that displays the dock on all monitors. Show More Summary

How to install the MacOS Sierra public beta - CNET

If you can't wait until the official release of the next Mac OS this fall, then you can use the public beta of MacOS Sierra right now. Here's how to install it.

SMITE now ready for the fight as it exits beta on Mac

SMITE, the free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) title is now available for OS X 10.10 Yosemite or later. The game lets you take control of gods from various mythologies, clashing with other players in a range of game modes. There are more than 75 gods to choose from in SMITE, each with their own unique powers. Show More Summary

Move Files from Mac to Android Without Android File Transfer

Moving files between a Mac and an Android device has always been a real pain. Android uses MTP (media transfer protocol) to connect and share files with a desktop, and while this is supported natively in Windows, it isn’t on OS X (or the forthcoming macOS). Show More Summary

Double-clicking is broken on my Mac

Help. Double-clicking on my Mac is unreliable. The trouble started when I had to do a fresh install of Mac OS a couple of months ago. I find that when I double-click the first time, all is good. But the second time, it doesn't register. Show More Summary

OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 beta 5 arrives for developers, public testers

The fifth beta version of OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 is now available for developers. It can be found on Apple's Developer Downloads site, or downloaded from the Updates section of the Mac App Store on a Mac running the previous beta. Beta Software Program members can also get the latest update. Show More Summary

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