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PsiMac and the team of people there are a gift. I'm so glad I've found them. They are a joy to work with, patient, patient, and patient. The best.
- B.R., Norwalk
 September 2014

Thank you so very much. Tim was amazing and so easy to understand. Most helpful...
- S.G., Stamford
 January 2014

I wanted to let you know that Tim did a great job with my computer! He was professional and easy to work with. My experience with PsiMac has been outstanding. Thank you very much!
- B.G., Westport
 September 2013

Thanks for your help. It adds to the quality of my life. It's a pleasure to know you.
- B.L., Darien
 May 2011

Thanks again for your help, Joe! You have become indispensable to me in such a short time!
- J.B., Darien
 March 2011

Thanks Joe for all your help. Having you to consult with makes me think of how those who go to shrinks feel comforted in knowing that if the going gets rough they can always call their 'therapist'.
- J.S., Paris
 October 2009


It’s in Apple’s DNA that technology alone is not enough. That it’s technology married with liberal arts, married with the humanities, that yields us the result that makes our hearts sing.
- Steve Jobs
 March 2011


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A quick note about Lion for interested clients:

Lion represents a radical new beginning in our interface with technology. It's exciting, and it offers many new advantages. It is a significant upgrade.

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Welcome to the new PsiMac

Happy summer!

How are your computers? A month ago, the summer solstice marked the arrival of summertime in the northern hemisphere – and a few days before that, I celebrated my seventh full year in business. Thank you so much for your support of PsiMac over the last seven years.

Just past the milestone marking seven years, I am proud to announce that PsiMac is growing in a new and interesting way. Your Apple Consultant has partnered with an equally talented tech-intuitive.

I am pleased to be joined by Apple Certified Macintosh Technician, Shawn Takatsu.

Welcome to the new PsiMac – where references to the company officially change from singular to plural.

We are at your service.


Feedback about Shawn

Clients of PsiMac have expressed positive feedback about Shawn:

"Shawn is terrific... a perfect reflection of you.
He's clean, neat, polite, efficient, fast and very personable. When it comes to the techie part I'm clueless so that's why I call you. I think he's a great and needed addition for you to expand your business."

- GG, New York

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How and when to Force Quit

Officially known as the "spinning wait cursor", the rainbow beach ball is the bane of too many Mac users.

The beautiful icon you see here usually appears for one of two reasons: either the system is out of memory and waiting for data on the hard drive to be read or written, or an application has failed to respond for too long. When you see this icon, the system is requiring you to wait.

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Great upgrades under $300

Updated on Monday, July 18, 2011 at 11:32AM by Registered CommenterJoe Saponare

One of the best upgrades, quite often with the most notable benefits, is a memory upgrade.

Low memory (RAM) is frequently a cause of the spinning wait cursor. A well-running system should rarely show the spinning wait cursor. When it becomes an annoyance, it could mean the system has too little memory.

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Delivery Status

I've been using the Delivery Status widget on my iMac and MacBook Air for years.

It's workflows like this that make the iPhone and iPad pure magic.

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Mac malware

Updated on Friday, June 3, 2011 at 9:21AM by Registered CommenterJoe Saponare

Earlier this month, Mac users began seeing bogus virus warnings when browsing Google Images or other websites. The warnings were designed to look like they might be displayed by Mac applications. However, they were just regular web pages in disguise.

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