Tag Archive: Mac

Sep 30

Shellshock- are you at risk.


About a week ago a security flaw was discovered the Unix operating system. This immediately began sounding alarm bells around the world because the Unix operating system is imbedded in a lot of technology these days- including your Macintosh. Despite the fact that this security issue is widespread and potentially disastrous –  in realistic terms there is …

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Jul 27

Friends don’t let friends use XP


Reading the title of this article you’ll be expecting me to start banging on about Windows and how bad it is, how the Mac is so much better and how you ought to be encouraging your friends to make the switch now. Not this time. Well….. not much anyway. Really this is about Windows XP had how …

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Jun 02

Cloud storage for a Mac user

using icloud in a browser

Editors Note: Originally this post was going to be a study of cloud services and how they work with the various desktop and iOS applications. However, as it is too often the case, I got side tracked into the new costs facing Microsoft Office users. This issue is a little more serious, and as it …

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Dec 15

10 best Android devices for Mac Users


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Merry Xmas 😉

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Nov 20

The best way to run Windows on your Mac.


While I would rather shave my head and paint it purple than run Windows as my main interface, I do accept that there is a need to run it every now and then. Many of us (me included) have a Windows application or two that we need to run. I always look for alternative but …

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