Posts about macOS

One of the best things about Mac OS X 10.7 and above is the ability to connect to, and use, a WiFi enabled printer with incredible ease. Apple have done a great job to ensure everything just works and in this case connecting to any WiFi-enabled printer is very easy. How to connect a WiFi printer…

Microsoft have decided to ditch the idea of Windows 9 altogether and begin working on Windows 10. Currently, users have the ability to download and install a technical preview of Windows 10 which is a beta version of the OS to be launched. Users have been warned it is full of bugs and has been…

OS X Yosemite Beta has recently been launched on a public beta by Apple. Usually, this privilege is for developers only – but this year Apple have decided to let anyone interested to be in with the testing. Apple have recommended that Yosemite Beta should be installed on a secondary machine since it contains bugs…

At WWDC14 Apple announced that prior to full release, a public beta of the latest version of it’s desktop OS will be available for everyone to download. This is different to previous years as only developers who paid £99 a year had access to beta releases of Apple software and operating systems. Yosemite brings a…

Apple has confirmed that it has decided to call it a day on Aperture. The Cupertino company said that it will cease all development of the Mac application with the launch of a new Photos application. Apple’s demo of Photos for iOS and OS X at WWDC 14 left many wondering about the future of…

The latest update by the Unicode Consortium packs 2,834 new characters of which 250 are emojis. Unicode is one of many systems used to convert binary digital signals (1’s and 0’s) to characters you see on your screen. Unicode was drafted to be a universal code used by all manufacturers to ensure characters could be…

One of Apple’s big announcements at this year’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) was the sequel to it’s popular desktop operating system. iOS 8 was also announced, and the compatibility details released showed that any device older than four years would not get the update – sounds fair, right? But what about Macs? Since the changes…

There are plenty of applications out there for Windows and Mac that allow you to create bootable USB drives. Bootable USB drives are similar to bootable CDs by which they allow you to install operating systems to your computer. If you’re not already familiar with installing operating systems; or bootable devices – I strongly suggest…

If you thought Apple’s new Touch ID sensor was the pinnacle of creative innovation post-Jobs, you need to sit down and think again. A new iOS application is taking the Apple App Store by storm and it’s called Knock.

Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference has come and gone in the space of two hours. Other websites and platforms have undoubtedly already posted up their recaps and overviews, but surely non can ever be as brief as Technouz but yet still be packed full of all the info. Here’s a brief overview of the new MacBook Air, Mac Pro, OS X 10.9 and iOS 7.

Earlier on in the year, Intel announced its new wave of processors for 2013, with the promise that its fourth-gen Intel Core chips would deliver better efficiency and in turn allow for noticeable improvements in battery retention. Today, the new processors have been launched, and will, among other things, facilitate “new wave of 2-in-1 devices.”…