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Apple Pay Tips

Apple Pay Tips

About Apple Pay Apple Pay offers an easy, secure, and private way to pay on iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac. What do I need to use Apple Pay? Here’s what you need to use Apple Pay in supported regions: Your eligible device A supported card from a participating card issuer The latest version of iOS, watchOS,(…)

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Mac mini Tips

Mac mini Tips

Set up your new Mac mini Use these basic setup steps to get your new Mac mini up and running. Check for an Internet connection It’s best to set up your Mac mini somewhere that has a Wi-Fi network or other connection to the Internet. Your Mac mini will use that connection to complete certain setup(…)

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Spotlight Tips

Spotlight Tips

Spotlight can find apps, documents, photos, and other files on your Mac, and use Spotlight Suggestions to get news, sports, movies, stocks, weather, and more from the web using sources like Wikipedia, Bing, Maps, and iTunes. Spotlight can even get conversions, calculations, and definitions for you. Tip:   You can drag the Spotlight window anywhere on the desktop and(…)

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Window Basics

Window Basics

Most of the information on your Mac is displayed in windows, including Finder windows and app windows. When you have multiple windows open, only one is active. When an app window is active, the menu bar contains the app’s name. Some windows that you open within apps, such as the Fonts window, always appear in front of(…)

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Mac Tips and Tricks

Mac Tips and Tricks

Get Mac Tips and Tricks right on to your Mac OS X Dashboard. ↓ Download

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Connect Game Controllers

While the Mac platform has not been noted for catering to hard-core gamers, there are still many popular gaming titles and gaming accessories available for the Mac OS. If you own a Mac and have a few games you would like to try, then you might also be interested in getting a gaming controller or(…)

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Speed Up Your Mac

Speed Up Your Mac

1. Clearing Your Desktop Your desktop plays a part in how long it takes for you to boot the system because it’s the first screen that it has to load up. As much as possible, try to keep it simple by minimizing the number of icons from the dock and clearing up the amount of files you can see. You(…)

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Disable Startup Sound

Disable Startup Sound

OS X users can name a hundred features off the bat that they love about the operating system, but the startup chime isn’t likely to be on that list. It’s hard to say just how many versions of OS X have gone by with consistent hate for its startup sound, but it remains a problem(…)

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Top Tips

Top Tips

OS X has some really great features that Windows’ users might envy; There are the well documented and much talked about features like Mission Control, Desktop Spaces, and the Launchpad, but OS X is also stocked full of several smaller and less hyped about features and tricks that even some veteran Mac users are unaware(…)

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About This Mac window

About This Mac window

You can use the About This Mac window to find your computer’s serial number when started up from Mac OS X. Follow these steps: Choose About This Mac from the Apple Menu. Double-click the version text, for example “Version 10.11”. Your computer’s serial number now appears where the version text had been. Note: Some earlier(…)

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How to find the serial number ?

How to find the serial number ?

If the product is with you and can start up Depending on the product, you can find your serial number: On the surface of the product Within the product’s software (such as from the About This Mac window) In iTunes (for products that sync with iTunes) If the product is not with you or won’t(…)

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Migrate your Windows files

Migrate your Windows files

You don’t have to start your Mac life from scratch—you can transfer over many of your PC files and use them just like you have before You can easily move your Windows files to your new Mac and use them with Mac applications. Macs can open many different kinds of files from your PC, as(…)

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Find a MAC Address in Mac OS X

Find a MAC Address in Mac OS X

A MAC address is a unique identifier that is assigned to each physical network interface on a computer. Different than a computers IP address, MAC addresses are frequently used for network access control and to monitor network connectivity, and they can be spoofed for virtualization needs or to circumvent some network limitations. If you need(…)

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