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How to Use Your iPad as a Monitor for your Windows PC

May 19th 2015 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Software Fixes | 0 Comment

How to Use Your iPad as a Monitor for your Windows PC

Apple and Windows products have never got along. That’s why many people are surprised to discover that they can, indeed, use their iPad as a monitor for their Windows PC. Yes, it’s true. And it’s actually easy even if you know nothing about computers. Duet Display Makes It Easy There’s a software called Duet Display that was created by ex-Apple engineers. That software, for years, has

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Only 6% of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus Users Have Signed Up for Apple Pay

Mar 23rd 2015 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Mobile | 0 Comment

Only 6% of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus Users Have Signed Up for Apple Pay

For years, tech industry experts have argued that mobile payments would never take off until Apple supported mobile payment technology. Lo and behold, Apple released mobile payment technology late in 2014 by introducing Apple Pay. Overnight, billions of people immediately began using mobile payment technology to pay for everything. Just kidding. Apple did release Apple Pay in November 201

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Apple Releases Repatch After Last Week’s Security Update Didn’t Work

Mar 22nd 2015 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog PC Protection News | 0 Comment

Apple Releases Repatch After Last Week’s Security Update Didn’t Work

Apple has always had a shaky track record when it comes to taking user security seriously. That reputation was reinforced this week after Apple released a “repatch” for a security patch released last week. That repatch was released as a follow-up to last week’s critical security update. Apple reportedly found a pair of flaws that were still exploitable on patched systems. The problem i

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USB-C Could Be the Least Secure USB Standard Ever

Mar 20th 2015 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Hardware Fixes | 0 Comment

USB-C Could Be the Least Secure USB Standard Ever

USB attacks have been on the rise over the past few years. Thanks to Apple’s new MacBook and Google’s new Chromebook Pixel, USB-C has hit the market with much fanfare. Unfortunately, USB-C is being called the least secure USB standard released thus far. The problem stems from viruses like BadUSB. BadUSB can be spread simply by attaching a USB drive to your computer. You don’t need to o

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Apple Disables Boot Camp on Latest MacBook Pro and Air Models

Mar 16th 2015 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Hardware Fixes | 0 Comment

Apple Disables Boot Camp on Latest MacBook Pro and Air Models

For years, Microsoft and Apple had an uneasy truce going over Boot Camp. Boot Camp let Mac users install Windows on Mac OS and “dual boot” into either operating system as they desired. It was an enormously helpful utility for those who work in both desktop environments with different software programs. Unfortunately, Apple has decided that Boot Camp is no longer a beneficial service for

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New Apple Malware Called “Undetectable and Unstoppable”

Jan 9th 2015 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog PC Protection News | 0 Comment

New Apple Malware Called “Undetectable and Unstoppable”

A new type of Apple malware is being called “undetectable” and “unstoppable” by security researchers, putting further doubt in the belief that Apple is the safer, more secure operating system. The new malware is in the proof-of-concept stage at this point. Researchers have proved that this type of virus could exist, and it might already exist in the world, but nobody knows for sure. Wh

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Apple’s New Retina iMac Comes With a 5K Display

Oct 16th 2014 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Hardware Fixes | 0 Comment

Apple’s New Retina iMac Comes With a 5K Display

Earlier this week, Apple unveiled a new lineup of iPads and iMacs. We’re not going to talk about Apple’s new tablets – which are virtually identical to the previous generation. But we are going to talk about Apple’s new iMac display. The new 27-inch iMac features a Retina display with “5K” technology. Apple isn’t kidding: the new iMac has a resolution of 5120x2880 for a total o

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How to Customize iTunes on Windows

Sep 20th 2014 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Software Fixes | 0 Comment

How to Customize iTunes on Windows

If you’re like most Windows users, then you use iTunes to play your music. iTunes may not be the best music player out there, but it’s good enough. Are you tired of iTunes but not ready to make a switch? Well then I have some good news: you can easily customize iTunes with skins and new sorting options. By the end of this article, it will feel like a brand new program. Changing sorting

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5 Surprising Easter Eggs Preloaded on Every Mac Computer

Sep 3rd 2014 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Mac | 0 Comment

You probably didn’t know that Macs had Easter Eggs. Well, it’s true! Every Mac comes preloaded with a surprising assortment of Easter Eggs – from classic video games to neat little tricks. Here are our top 5 favorite Mac Easter Eggs you can try on your Apple computer today: 5) Play Snake, Pong, and Tetris Macs aren’t great for gaming, but there are a few games available on Macs. Fortu

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5 Apps That Will Make Your Mac Feel Like a Windows PC

Jul 25th 2014 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Tips | 0 Comment

5 Apps That Will Make Your Mac Feel Like a Windows PC

Maybe you use a Mac for work. Or maybe your school uses Macs in the library. Whatever the case may be, you have a Mac in front of you and you aren’t totally familiar with it. That’s why I’m here to show you some of the best Mac apps that will make your computer feel like a Windows PC in no time at all. 5) WineBottler Don’t get your hopes up about WineBottler: it won’t let you turn y

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