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Apps & Software Mac OS X

Tab key navigation shortcut not working in Safari, MacOS – Fixed

If you regularly use the tab key to navigate your web browser and it doesn’t work on Safari, here’s an easy fix for you. On your Mac, open Safari and head to the top left menu Click on Safari > Preferences In the pop-up Preferences box, click on the Advanced tab on the far-right Under […]

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Apps & Software

LastPass password manager is now free for all your devices

Password management is hardly the sexiest subject in the tech world, but considering the amount of hacks, identity fraud and scandals we hear about on the news, paying extra care & attention to your passwords is turning into a must. That’s why today, LastPass has made their password manager free to use across all of your […]

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Computing Peripherals

Logitech M330 Silent Plus mouse review

The Good: A simple design, comfortable materials and reliable performing mouse. Best of all, it works as advertised and drastically reduces the sound compared to other mice. The Bad: As the ‘Plus’ model to the M330 Silent I would have liked to see larger dimensions. I don’t have the largest hands but even I find […]

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Computing Laptops

Apple announces MacBook Pros with TouchBar & TouchID

On this week, the 25 year anniversary of Apple’s first notebook, Apple has announced a redesign MacBook Pro. Available in Silver and Space Grey and in 13 or 15 inch sizes, with the former sizing up 17% thinner at 14.9mm compared to the 18mm of the older model. The 15 inch model used to size up […]

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Audio Docks & Speakers

Edifier M3200BT 2.1 speakers review: A stylish audio upgrade for your desk

Just like TVs, computer monitors don’t usually come with the best of speakers — often producing flat and tinny sound. Speaker systems like the Edifier M3200BT are a great way to add some style to your desk setup without breaking the bank at just under £50. And what’s more, it’s packing 34 watts of power […]

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Apps & Software Mac OS X Networking

How To Access The WiFi Scanner In macOS Sierra

macOS Sierra has a built-in WiFi Scanner, making it easy for you to find the best WiFi channel to use for your network. If you’ve recently download macOS Sierra and want to figure out how to improve your WiFi, you have access to a free WiFi Scanner that can provide some useful information. The good news is, […]

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Apps & Software iOS Mac OS X

Apple adds 2TB iCloud storage tier ahead of iPhone 7 launch

While the tech world eagerly awaits the launch of Apple’s new smartphone, the iPhone 7, they’ve launched a 2TB iCloud storage option for $20/£14 a month. Alongside the free 5GB of storage every iCloud user gets by default, the newly introduced 2TB tier joins the existing 50GB, 200GB and 1TB options. This could imply a change of storage options […]

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Apps & Software Mac OS X

How to back up external hard drives with Time Machine on Mac OS X

Even though my Mac Mini has 250GB of very fast SSD storage, I rely on my external Brinell SSD to store my large video files. It frees my Mac’s internal storage and allows me to grab the drive if I ever want to work away from my desk. Of course, as with any important files, I like to […]

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Apps & Software

Gemini 2: An Excellent Upgrade to an Indispensable Tool

Gemini 2 is an excellent upgrade to MacPaw’s duplicate finder. Not only does it boast new features that enhance usability, but it’s gotten faster and smarter about how it does things.

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Computing Computing Accessories

The new BatteryBox Slim is a super portable battery for your laptop

The original BatteryBox I reviewed was a brilliant accessory/tool to own as a MacBook owner. Instead of carrying around Apple’s messy power cord, BatteryBox gave me portable power wherever I was without the need to connect to a power outlet. Now the company behind BatteryBox, GBatteries, has launched BatteryBox Slim: an external battery that’s thinner […]