Monthly Archives: February 2013

Security tips for Mac travellers

When you hit the road, it’s easy to get paranoid—especially if you’re carrying thousands of dollars’ worth of technology with you. You can alleviate some of your worries by taking security measures to protect yourself against someone running off with your iPhone, iPad, or MacBook. Use common sense If you’re not used to toting a… Read More »

How to Keep Your Mac’s SSD Trim and Healthy

 The TRIM command is an essential part of SSD maintenance and helps keep the drive running at top speed. It’s available natively for Macs using SSD’s purchased from Apple but if you’ve got a third party drive, enabling TRIM requires some fancy Terminal work. Until now, that is. This command works in the background when… Read More »