No gadget is immune to glitches, slowdowns, bugs or other technical problems. Macbooks can have such problems too. So, you must take care of your Macbook to keep it healthy, happy and safe.
Here are some helpful tips on how you can keep your Macbook in good shape:
1) Backing up
Wondershare Data Recovery is an ultimate tool for recovering lost data for Mac OS X. When computer data is lost, recovering that becomes a horrendous experience. These includes situations when you have accidentally deleted any file, formatted the device, factory reset without keeping any backup of the same etc. If
The following tutorial will let you know how to log out after a period of inactivity on your Macbook. By default, this feature is turned off, which means no matter how long your Mac is inactive, it will not go to sleep. If you want to save some battery and
Recording an iPhone screen is not an easy task unless you own a Macbook. There are several methods of recording iPhone screen especially if you are dealing with a jailbroken device. Then also, the screen recording experience is not so smooth. So the best and the easiest way is to
Marco Arment who is known for making apps like Instapaper and Overcast has come up with a new application for Mac users- Quitter. Mac is a platform that has been less navigated by this developer and hence Quitter, being the first release by Arment for Mac holds importance. The new
If you have a network printer, you may want to configure it and connect it to your Home or Office network, so that you can print from any connected device which are in same LAN (Local Area Network). This article intends for Home or small office setup, though the procedure
In all the previous versions of OS X, whenever any app used Apple's Location services, the arrow icon of Location used to pop up at the Preview. This does not happen with OS X El Capitan. With OS X El capitan, you have to access the Location settings and enable
Mac users who use the Mac App Store to purchase Apps will know the headache of entering the password every time you open it. if you are expecting that we shall give you a tip that never asks for your password, then you are a bit wrong. This article will
Screen capture is a useful feature that we need to use almost every now and then. There are several different ways to capture screenshots in OS X El Capitan. Here are some:
1. If you want to capture the entire screen at one shot, press the key combinations Command+Shift+3.
2. The screenshots
Renaming a file is super easy and needs no separate tutorial as such but it can always happen if you are a new user and you are spending a lot of time experimenting and fidgeting with the computer. A small tap of finger can change the Settings unknowingly leaving you