How to Backup your Mac using Time Machine

It's very important to backup your Mac. In a blink of an eye your internal drive can fail and you loose all of your precious data. Click the link to learn to learn how to protect your data.

Which Backup Drive is Right for Me?

One day when you least expect it your internal hard drive will crash and you will loose everything. What can you do about this? Backup your computer to a external drive. Click to read which drive is right for you.

What is the Difference Between an HDD and SSD?

Today when reading tech specs you can find many things including operating system, bundled apps, built in ports, processor, graphics, size, and storage. Next to storage you will find the size and drive type either being SSD or HDD. But what does this mean and does it make a difference? Click to find out!

What New: MacOS High Sierra

Yes it's late by a few months but here it is MacOS High Sierra Release Notes

How to be USB Smart

There are many different styles and versions of USB and some times it can get confusing. When you have many different devices it can be hard to distinguish which one you need when you need one.

What is Thermal Throttling?

Have you ever been in a situation where you're using your iMac or MacBook and it's going really fast when multitasking such as video or photo editing or maybe just watching a movie while surfing the web and writing a paper. Then your computer gets really, really hot to the touch and the speed drops noticeably. Well then you might have experienced thermal throttling.

Why?: Don’t Trash Your Old Apple Product

Everyone knows that anytime you purchase a product the value drops and it will continue to drop as time passes until it becomes worthless. But that's not always the case. In some cases like certain sport cars and items of historical significance they could increase in value. If you have read this far, you're probably … Continue reading Why?: Don’t Trash Your Old Apple Product

What is Boot Camp Assistant and How to Set it Up

Boot Camp is a pre-installed application that has been included in macOS since MacOS Tiger (10.4). This app helps to install a full copy of Microsoft Windows on to another partition. So when you set it up and turn on your computer holding the "Option" key you will be given the option macOS or WindowsOS to boot up in.

Setting Up macOS for the First Time

Setting up macOS is simple to do with the setup wizard. Listed below you will find all 15 steps for setting up your new or recently restored Mac up and running.