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New undetectable and unremovable firmware worm affects Macs

Apple’s computers are generally known to be safer when it comes to viruses and harmful worms than their Windows counterparts. That however doesn’t mean they are not vulnerable. A team of researchers have created a proof-of-concept firmware worm dubbed as ThunderStrike 2 Firmworm, which affects...

How to uninstall Boot Camp installation of Windows 10 from Mac the right way

Recently we posted a complete guide on how to install Windows 10 on your Mac. Now in this post we will show you how you can uninstall Windows 10 installed through the Boot Camp method. This guide will help people who installed Windows 10 just to try the new features of Microsoft’s OS. So if you’re already fed up or facing problems, as many Windows users are reporting then we’ve got you covered. Just...

How to install Windows 10 on your Mac

Windows 10 has been released and is available for the masses to download. If you have got your copy and want to install it on your Mac, then there are two options for you. You can either install it using virtualization program like Parallels or OS X’s built-in tool called Boot Camp. In case you’re unfamiliar, a virtualization program allows you to run Windows on top of OS X just like an app. Whereas...

TaiG for Mac with iOS 8.4 jailbreak support is now available for download

The moment many Mac users have been waiting for has finally arrived as TaiG team has released their popular TaiG tool for Mac and it is now available for download. The tool just as its Windows counterpart, which was released more than a month ago allows users to untethered jailbreak iOS 8.4 and earlier versions...

How to use Split View in OS X El Capitan

Split View is one of the most awaited features of Mac, and finally it is here with the OS X El Capitan. In case you are unfamiliar with this new feature, Split View allows you to run two apps side by side in a full screen view. It could be quite useful when you are working on a document in a text editor app while searching related content on your browser. It is a really useful addition to OS X, but unfortunately...

How to auto hide and show menu bar in OS X El Capitan

OS X El Capitan mainly focuses on bug fixes and performance improvements but it also brings some new and useful options to the table. Auto hide and show for menu bar is one of the new options. Yes, you can now hide the menu bar that appears at the top of your Mac’s screen. You can bring it back by moving cursor to the top much like how auto hide feature works for Dock. It gives you full screen like experience...

How to switch to dark mode in Safari 9.0’s Reader View

Reader View is one of the most useful features of Apple’s desktop web browser and now Safari 9.0 is here to push it one step ahead. Safari 9.0 comes with OS X El Capitan (you can also download it for earlier versions of OS X, check the link below) and besides other improvements it now gives you the ability to customize the Reader View. Prior versions only allowed you to change the font size, but now you...

OS X El Capitan 10.11 beta 5 is now available to developers

Apple has just seeded OS X El Capitan 10.11 beta 5 to developers and it is now available for download through dev center and software update section of the Mac App Store. The release same as beta 4 mainly focuses on bug fixes and brings no noticeable changes or new features to the desktop OS. OS X El Capitan update as a whole just like iOS 9 focuses on performance and stability while bringing some useful...

How to enable installation of non-Mac App Store apps on OS X

By default when you try to run non-Mac App Store apps on OS X, it gives an error saying “app can’t be opened because it was not downloaded from the Mac App Store”. That error is not limited to apps from unknown sources only as you can’t even run Chrome, the world’s most popular browser with the default settings of OS X. But all these restrictions are there to make your Mac...

Back to School: Free Beats Solo2 headphones for students buying Macs

Apple’s yearly Back to School offer is back for students purchasing Macs. This year’s offer is different from what the company offered in previous years as students will be given Beats Solo2 headphones along with their purchase of a Macbook, Macbook Pro, Macbook Air, iMac and Mac Pro. The headphones that come from the pricey Beats brand cost $200 when bought separately. The offer is available...

Apple releases 2nd public betas for iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 El Capitan

Apple has released iOS 9 Public beta 2 and OS X 10.11 El Capitan Public beta 2 and both of them are now available for download. The release comes two weeks after the first public betas were seeded for both operating systems. The public beta program, which allows users to preview and beta test upcoming software...

How to uninstall apps from your Mac the right way

Installing apps on your Mac is one of the easiest tasks, you can install almost all the apps using a simple drag and drop operation. However a proper uninstallation isn’t that simple. Unlike Windows, OS X doesn’t ship with a built-in uninstaller. You can delete an app by dragging it from Applications folder to Trash, but that doesn’t guarantee the deletion of all the associated files....