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Posted on Oct 25 2019 - 10:13pm by Rohit Shetty
Comments Off on Do I Need Microsoft Office for Mac?

When most people think about what they need a computer for, the answers are primarily email, the Internet, and maybe some word processing of some kind. The majority of consumers aren’t sure what they’ll need. Obviously, a Mac can do all of the things you want to do, it’s just a question of how. If you think there’s a possibility you might...

Posted on Oct 25 2019 - 6:01pm by Rohit Shetty
Comments Off on What Can You Do With A Mac Mini?

If you have not seen the newest addition to the Macintosh line, it is worth taking a look. It is a very small computer that is only 6.5 x 6.5 x 2 inches. The Mac Mini is about the size of one of those internal CD-ROM drives you install into a PC. By far one of the smallest computers you can buy. And it’s relatively inexpensive, the base model costs only $499....

Posted on Oct 25 2019 - 1:57pm by Rohit Shetty
Comments Off on Backup Your Mac to Hidden Location With Rsync

This last weekend I almost lost all the pictures. We have four kids and have tons of pictures. I had set up the user accounts on our Mac on an external mirrored drive, connected by Firewire. This was mostly good, but this weekend all the applications just refused to connect because of some kind of weird permissions issue. I went through all sorts of stuff to get it...

Posted on Oct 25 2019 - 9:56am by Rohit Shetty
Comments Off on Why a PC is Better Than a Mac

Lately, Apple has gained a lot of popularity everywhere. Many people are talking about switching from Windows to Mac, and I have been in countless arguments over which is better. (Note: I will write an article later about why Macs are better than PCs just to be fair). 7 Reasons a PC is Better than a Mac: 1. Customisability PCs are infinitely more customizable than...

Posted on Oct 25 2019 - 9:56am by Rohit Shetty
Comments Off on Should You Believe the Mac Ads?

Going through high school and university with a PC was a frustrating experience for me, even being a very tech-savvy user. I built PCs for friends, knew Windows inside out, fixed problems myself… I wasn’t the average user. Still, I had to battle my fair share of issues ranging from viruses to hard disk crashes, to constant reinstall of the operating system...