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  OS X Tip -  How to find and remove malware from your Mac   

Windows PC users have been dealing with viruses, trojans and adware for decades, but until recently Mac users didn't really have to worry about malware infecting their computers. That is no longer the case however.

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Published on November 30, 2016 by Bob Uhlman
  Win 10 Tip -  Sharing Tab Missing in Folder Properties and Context Menu   

Sometimes you may also face this problem. If you open a folder properties, you notice that "Sharing" tab is not showing in the properties window. Also if you right-click on a folder, you'll not find "Share with" option in the context menu.

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Published on November 30, 2016 by Bob Uhlman
  OS X Tip -  How to get rid of iCloud calendar spam   

There is an epidemic of Apple Calendar spam (and some incidents of iCloud Photo Sharing spam) impacting iCloud users worldwide.

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Published on November 29, 2016 by Bob Uhlman
  Win 10 Tip -  How to set or change default browser or programs in Windows 10   

You may need to change the default programs associated with certain protocols and file extensions. Most of us end up with changing the default browser or image viewer to another program of our choice. If you are one of those, then this post will show you how to change default programs in Windows 10.

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Published on November 28, 2016 by Bob Uhlman
  OS X Tip -  How to Disable Siri on Mac   

Some Mac users may wish to turn off Siri on their Mac, perhaps because they aren't using the Siri service on their computer or maybe they'd rather just use Siri on the iPhone or iPad instead. Regardless of the reason, you can easily disable Siri in Mac OS, which will completely turn off the voice assistant service as well as remove the Siri icon from the Mac menu bar (and Touch Bar if applicable).

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Published on November 28, 2016 by Bob Uhlman
  Win 10 Tip -  How to cheaply and easily improve Windows 10 performance   

Windows 10 performance on older PCs can be cheaply and easily improved through the use of Windows' ReadyBoost feature and a spare USB flash drive or SD card.

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Published on November 27, 2016 by Bob Uhlman
  Apple Tip -  How to Sell Your iPhone Safely   

Fall is the time for Apple picking. On Sept. 7, Tim Cook is expected to show off the iPhone 7, with or without a headphone jack and a dual-lens camera system (and perhaps the Apple Watch 2 and new MacBook Pros). But if the apple of your eye is the new iPhone then you're probably going to be selling your old one.

Published on September 6, 2016 by Bob Uhlman
  General Tip Tip -  23 Google Maps Tricks You Need to Try   

The mapping product that can do everything can actually do a whole lot more.

Published on September 5, 2016 by Bob Uhlman
  Windows (all) Tip -  Ultimate Settings Panel for Windows   

Ultimate Settings Panel is a free program for Microsoft Windows devices that list links to a massive number of system tools and configuration items.

Published on October 3, 2016 by Bob Uhlman
  OS X Tip -  How to Perform a Clean Install of macOS Sierra   

Clean or Upgrade Install of macOS Sierra?

The upgrade install is by far the easiest method of upgrading your Mac to macOS Sierra. The upgrade install preserves all of your current user data, documents, and apps, while upgrading the existing operating system on your Mac's startup drive to macOS Sierra. The advantage is that once the upgrade is completed, your Mac is ready to go, with all your personal data intact and ready to be used.

The clean install option, on the other hand, replaces the contents of the target drive, wiping away any existing data on the drive and replacing it with a pristine copy of macOS Sierra.

Published on September 25, 2016 by Paul Illingworth
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