Kodi – what is it and How To’s

Kodi® (formerly known as XBMC™) is free and open source (GPL) software media center for playing and streaming videos, music, pictures, games, and more. Kodi runs on Linux, OS X, Windows, iOS, and Android, featuring a 10-foot user interface for use with TVs and remote controls. It allows users to play and view most videos, music, podcasts, and... Continue Reading →

Mac OS Terminal Commands to Tweak your Mac

Terminal is one of the most powerful tools in Mac OS, that allows any user to overtake standard control and become the Admin of your computer. Terminal, a command line interface (CLI), mostly not used due to lack of knowledge or fear of making mistake. One mistake and entire system can go out. Luckily, there... Continue Reading →

What you need to know about the new Mac OS Sierra

With new OS Sierra, Apple  like in previous versions, integrates lots of additional options that were provided in iOS, the OS for the apple’s mobile devices. However Sierra doesn’t simply add options from iOS, it helps both deices understand each other better and work together. Taking in consideration the fact that most of the people... Continue Reading →

Tips How to make your computer little bit more secure + bonus video

1. Use passwords for user account protection You wouldn't leave important documents laying out for everybody to see right? Likewise, you have to put away the data kept on your PC / laptop in a safe place, secured behind a password in your account. Even if you never log on to online, you will still... Continue Reading →

Use ditto to Copy Files & Directories from the Mac Terminal

Most command line users have confidence in the cp command to copy files and directories, however mac OS X offers another resolution with the ‘ditto’ command. Ditto is slightly more advanced however may be advantageous to ‘cp’ for many reasons, because it not only preserves attributes and permissions but additionally file resources and file and... Continue Reading →

How to do a clean install of OS X El Capitan

For most users, this can be the simplest way to upgrade because it means that your existing programs and files stay wherever they're. Sometimes, however, you do not wish to try to do standard or regular OS upgrade. Perhaps you would like to start out from completely clean machine, or even you would like to... Continue Reading →


Most people currently purchase laptops for his or her computing needs and have to make the decision between obtaining either a Solid State Drive (SSD) or hard disk Drive (HDD). So which of the 2 is that the better option, an SSD or HDD? There’s no answer to this question; every user has completely different... Continue Reading →

Why a hard drive has less storage space

It has happened to most people. we tend to get a new hard drive (or perhaps a flash drive) with amazing storage capability solely to seek out that it's less space than what was mentioned on the box. Angered, we tend to begin express negativity the manufacturer and our dealer for false selling thinking that... Continue Reading →

Phony “tech support” / “ransomware” popups and web pages removal – Mac / iOS

Problem:  An unexpected popup or unsolicited webpage (examples below; click to enlarge) appears alleging the detection of "viruses" or the existence of some unsafe condition that needs to be addressed with great urgency:   These scams can appear on any web browser running on any Mac, PC, or iOS device. They appear to be authentic,... Continue Reading →

Don’t be a victim – what to do when you receive a call from “Microsoft tech support” offering to fix your PC

Microsoft phone scam: how it works The scammer calls you, and asks for you by name. They say they are a computer security expert from Microsoft (or another legitimate tech company or a Microsoft 'partner'). The 'security expert' is plausible and polite, but officious. They say that your PC or laptop has been infected with... Continue Reading →

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