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100+ Mac tips to learn in 2018

I'm not just writing about how iPads can replace computers, I also spend a lot of time finding helpful tips and thought it might be useful to summarize some of the best Mac tips I published during the past year. Mojave Essentials Apple introduced a brand new operating system in 2018. Like all its regularly updated platforms, Mojave presented a …

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Upgrade from OS X 10.11 El Capitan to MacOS 10.12 Sierra Best Practices

Apple released macOS 10.12 Sierra recently. Although there are many brave souls who immediately updated their personal, work or hosted Macs, we are sure that many of you have been waiting for it all. We think it's here. With all operating system upgrades, be careful. Whether it's a personal or work computer, important data is stored on it. Nobody wants …

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Carbon Copy Cloner 5.1.7 – TidBITS

Bombich Software has released Carbon Copy Cloner 5.1.7, which now proactively warns of configurations specific to Macs with a T2 security chip (including Mac mini, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro models from 2018) that will produce non- bootable results. Driven cloning and backup utility also addresses an issue where an external Mac runs macOS 10.14 Mojave would fail to validate …

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Universal Version, New Business Model, NFC Trigger and More – MacStories

Launch Center Pro, Contrast's popular launcher for iPhone and iPad, has been updated to version 3.0. It's hard to believe, but Launch Center Pro 2.0 came out five years ago (in 2013), before Workflow, when Pythonista, Editorial and Drafts were the only other apps that pushed the idea of ​​iOS automation thanks to browser and x -callback-url. The IOS automation …

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This alternative operating system is easier than Windows and Apple

For the technologically inclined, it may be an adventure to try new operating systems. However, the rest of us have two choices: Microsoft Windows and Apple MacOS because it is installed on our computers. But it's a little secret that about 2 percent of the population has known for a couple of decades (according to NetMarketshare): The Open Source operating …

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Fonty 1.1 – Scan all installed fonts and enter their character support.

<! [CDATA[ Fonty allows you to scan all installed fonts on your Mac and shows their character support. Fonty comes with some predefined character sets for some common languages ​​and groups of characters. Fonty was designed to help graphic designers choose appropriate fonts for multilingual works of art that have the correct signs for all languages ​​required. The character sets, …

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For many years, Facebook has given other technology companies more intrusive access to users' personal data than it has revealed – MacDailyNews

"For many years, Facebook has given some of the world's largest technology companies more intrusive access to users' personal information than they have revealed, effectively eliminating these business relationships from their usual privacy policies, according to internal documents and interviews," Nicholas Confessore, Michael LaForgia and Gabriel JX Dance report for The New York Times. "The social network allowed Microsoft's Bing …

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What happened and what did not happen to Apple in 2018

Here we are another 525,600 minutes away and it's time for an annual look at the crystal ball to try to get a glimpse of the things I want to see from Apple in 2018. But before we pack a nice fresh crystal ball, it's time to take this ugly old crystal ball and crush it into a million pieces. …

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