If you’re a Mac user, data privacy and security should be your #1 priority. Without the right security measures, you’re inviting cybercriminals to steal your critical data. Are you willing to take the risk? Secure your computer and fortify your defenses with these six tips. The basics First, let’s start with the basics and head […]
Google Chrome currently marks HTTPS-encrypted sites with a green lock icon and “Secure” sign. And starting in July, Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as “not secure.” Google hopes this move will nudge users away from the unencrypted web. Read on to learn more about the forthcoming changes. For several years, Google has moved toward […]
We have a client who manages multiple accounts for different identities under one Outlook instance. He was running into an issue where Identity 1's name was showing up in replies sent from Identity 2. So, he'd click reply on something sent to Identity 2, Identity 2 was selected in the accounts selector at the top of the message, but in the body of the message was:
FROM: Sender <sender@example.
We have a client with two offices, one is a PC shop and the other is a Mac shop. The enjoy a friendly rivalry and it's up to me to make sure that they play nicely together.
We recently upgraded the servers in Microsoft shop to Windows 2003 and found that the Mac clients could no longer access the shares over the VPN.
Some googling and experimenting later, and we stumbled upon the issue.
I've recently run into some space issues on my primary partition on my home Mac Mini. Not really problems, since I've got 200GB of additional storage attached to it, but you never want to have a primary partition wanting for space (on any system, as you need that "free space" for the page file/virtual memory).
On Windows machines, I recommend using a tool like SpaceMonger to profile your hard drive(s) and delete unwanted files, etc.
That was the Keanu Reeves in the Matrix "Woah", in case you didn't recognize it.
Anyway - I'm Brian, and I am a Mac User.
It's true, I do not use a PC at home (except the occasional VMWare virtual PC session). So while I'm happy fixing PCs and offering PC advice, I'll occasionally dole out some Mac love.