Has your Mac’s Wi-Fi frustrated you since upgrading to Catalina? You’re not alone. The release of macOS 10.15 seems to be buggier than usual.
Besides being locked into the Apple ecosystem, the service lacks features that have become expected in a password manager.
There are pros and cons allowing Windows to automatically update.
A slow or frozen PC is always an annoying issue to have. Luckily, if Windows is the culprit, you have options to resolve the issue.
It almost seems like there are as many pointing device preferences as there are users.
KeePass is the most configurable, extensible, technical password manager that exists.
Ulysses claims to be the ultimate writing app for macOS and iOS. Unfortunately, it’s not available to Windows users.
Acrobat Pro costs close to $200 each year. That cost may be justified if it’s making you money, but for the casual user, it’s too expensive.
CleanMyMac is a great app. But it lacks some features and costs more than the competition.
The eighteen-year-old app has been struggling to cope with its own bloat and something had to change.