Find My… EVERYTHING

Losing an Apple device can be an expensive mistake. Now, thanks to the Find My Network, you can track down all of your Apple devices. And Apple has even allowed others to take advantage of the same network. So, here is everything you need to know about Find My and how to track your offline possessions, even your wallet, and keys!

BACK UP YOUR MAC!!

Your Mac holds your most treasured photos and documentsYour Mac holds your most treasured photos and important documents! That’s why it’s critical to create another copy of your data, so if something happens to your Mac, it won’t be the end of the world. Let me show you how to set up your Time Machine.

Continuity of the Apple Ecosystem (Part 2)

There are a lot of continuity features that wrap your Apple devices together. You can start working on your iPad and easily transition to your Mac or share your iPhone’s resources with your Mac and iPad. So, let’s take a look at more Continuity features connecting the Apple ecosystem.

Continuity of the Apple Ecosystem (Part 1)

Our Apple devices talk to each other in incredible ways. You can start on one device, like your iPhone, and easily transition to a different device, like your Mac. So here are some of the continuity features that connect your Apple devices.

Chrome Isn’t Your Only Option

Our computer life revolves around the browser we use. For most of us, that browser is Google Chrome. So why stick with Chrome when other better options are faster and more secure than the current king? Here are some alternatives and the connection between them all.

Microsoft 365: What is the Best Way to Purchase Office?

If your looking to buy Office you have two options: buy the latest version out right or purchase a subscription that gives you so much more. Let’s find out which is best for you!

Why Get a USB-C Hub instead of Adapter?

USB-C is commonly found on most computers and tablets sold today. It’s the port that can do it all HDMI, USB-A, SD, Micro SD, and wired internet. But to access all of these features you’re going to need some adapters. Or are you?