Here’s a list of the top 10 ways to customize your Mac. Before you begin customizing, make sure that you are updated to the latest version of MacOS. Split-Screen: If you need 2 windows open at the same time (e.g. when you are writing a research paper, etc.), make sure they are two separate windows … Continue reading 10 Tips & Tricks for MacOS
All the way back in 2011, Google and a handful of third-party manufacturers dropped a variety of new laptops that we now call Chromebooks. These were essentially budget laptops with a twist: they used little bits of high-end hardware here and there whilst running a “lite” OS that was based off of the Google Chrome … Continue reading Chromebooks: A Mature Budget Laptop Option?
The majority of people consider the performance of a computer based on the time it takes to open applications and boot-up. They are partly right in assuming if a computer is fast based on those factors but most have the wrong reasoning behind why a computer ‘feels snappy’. Why does a computer feel fast? (Visit … Continue reading Solid or Spinning?
This review is a bit late, but I think it's never too late to talk about masterpieces. When I saw Apple launch this device all the way back in 2015, I thought it was the most unnecessary device, ever. It was (and still is) small, with a 12-inch display and a footprint smaller than my … Continue reading 12-inch MacBook: Apple’s Take On the Ultraportable
Checking the status of the MacBook Pro everyday, I nervously waited for Apple to build and ship my laptop. This was just right after thanksgiving last year (2016). And then, it was the day. As I said, I was nervous. Nervous because I did not know if this laptop would live up to my expectations … Continue reading The Story of My Mac: Part 1