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How To Set Up A Smart Home By Apple
August 04, 2020
One of the most significant automation advances has been made in what’s now widely called smart homes — a network of devices that can be controlled from your phone and even learn from your behavior. With offerings available from every major tech company, Apple HomeKit is perhaps the best smart home system for most people today.
The Best Budget Mac To Buy In 2020
July 31, 2020
​All of us love Apple computers. They are beautiful, reliable, fast, and generally last a long time. But they also tend to be more expensive than their PC counterparts. Luckily, there’s a middle ground. Despite its perception as a premium brand, Apple has a few Mac computers for sale that won’t break the bank. Namely, Mac mini, the cheapest MacBook Air, and an entry-level iMac.
How to Calculate Percentages
July 30, 2020
Percentages have tons of use in our daily lives. We use it to discuss how close we are to finishing projects, our confidence level in something, or how much of a given goal we’ve achieved so far. In this article, we’ll discuss how to calculate percentages, and surface some really handy percentage calculator apps for Mac we know you’ll love.
How To Delete Text Messages On Mac
July 29, 2020
Right now, most of us use at least a few messaging apps: Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, Instagram, Telegram, Skype, Snapchat, etc. Apple’s own iMessage, both on iPhone and Mac, remains wildly popular too, as well as regular text messaging. But, with so many services, how much data do we generate? And what’s the best way to keep all this data private?
How much RAM do you need
July 28, 2020
In 2020, computers have a wide range of RAM. Some have 4GB, and others can be purchased off the shelf with up to 16GB. Many pro-level machines are easily configurable with up to 64GB RAM. A default level of RAM is around 8GB, but is 8GB RAM enough?
iPad vs MacBook: Which One To Buy?
July 23, 2020
When the first iPad was launched, it was quickly dismissed by many as a playful, auxiliary device that could only be good for reading or looking at pictures. Well, a lot has changed. the iPad today comes in no less than five variations, and its high-end models even beat some MacBooks in terms of computing power.