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The MacBook Air display is brighter when running Windows 10

Apparently, after recent benchmarking tests, Apple's MacBook Air 2020's may be much brighter than expected. While expecting a value of just over 400 nits in macOS, their reference software showed nearly 550 nits for Windows 10 (BootCamp). Check out our other articles on the Mackbook. If you want to be up to date with everything from IT and technology, you …

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Mudlet for Mac. Download for free and review [Latest Version] macOS

Mudlet is a recently minted MUD client, designed to take mud to a new level. There is a new breed of client on the MUD stage – with an intuitive user interface, a specially designed scripting framework, and a very fast text display. Add that cross-platform capability, an open source development model, and you have a very fun MUD client. …

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Apple Government VP Cynthia Hogan Goes to Biden Campaign

Cynthia Hogan, Apple's Vice President for Public Policy and Government Affairs, has resigned from the company to join Joe Biden's US presidential campaign in 2020. Joe Biden Former Hogan served as Senior Vice President for Public Policy and Government Affairs for the National Football League, and previously as advisor to US Vice President Joe Biden. Axois: Hogan intends to leave …

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How to use voice control on Mac with macOS Catalina

Voice Control is Apple's brand new system for controlling your Mac with just your voice (also available in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13). Whether you trust Apple's accessibility features every day or just want to try out the latest dictation features, follow along to get started and use voice control on your Mac running the Priest Catalina. Offering impressive improvements …

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Apple Policy Exec Cynthia Hogan Departs Company

Apple joins Cloud Computing Hiring Spree Apple has hired several renowned cloud computing software engineers in recent months, according to a report from the Protocol technical site. The selection of employees Apple has hired has created "a stir" in the "tight cloud community," and is a sign that Apple may be planning to build serious cloud infrastructure to compete with …

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Essential Apple Podcast 175: An SSD and a Hackintosh Fail

Recorded May 11, 2020 A full house of guests this week as Suffolk Pete, MacJim, Nick Riley and Mark Chappell join me – other than the new MacBook Pro, we didn't really have much news, so we talked about Pete's SSD replacement in MacBook Air from 2014 and Nick's experiment in making a cheap Hackintosh. GIVEAWAYS & OFFERS Glenn Fleishman's …

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MacVoices # 20135: MacVoices Update – 2020-05

The May update asks for feedback on a possible new Patreon reward, and how to try it before it goes into effect, an update on the MacVoices website, and a plugin for Chuck's appearance on a new show. Also the support report and a conversation about feedback, as always. http://traffic.libsyn.com/maclevelten/MV20135.mp3 View comments: Links: For a few minutes with Ken Ray …

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Hide some of your contact information

05/13/20 17:55 You can share your card from the Contacts app, but you might not want to share it all. Go to Contacts, Settings, General and enable Private Me Card. Then use Card, Go to My Card. Then click the Edit button. You will now see check boxes on the right and can clear the items you do not want …

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