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 September 2014

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 January 2014

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 September 2013

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 March 2011

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 October 2009


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Your MobileMe Account Ends Soon: Moving to iCloud

Last summer Apple released iCloud along with iOS 5 and Mac OS X 10.7 Lion. iCloud offers many of the same features that MobileMe users have been enjoying for years, and iCloud is free.

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iCloud rolls in

iCloud is now available to new members as well as existing MobileMe members who decide to upgrade.  iCloud is not a requirement for existing MobileMe members – you have until next summer to upgrade.

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People don't do it.

Digital life means living with omnipresent technology. To benefit from your relationship with technology, you need to have backups.

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How to properly restart and shut down

It is important to properly restart and shut down your Mac.

How often this should be done depends upon the pattern of usage.

Macs that operate as servers – for example, sharing files, sharing music, sharing other media, or sharing printers – should be shut down rarely; whereas most Macs should be restarted regularly. Many Macs are only restarted when software updates require it, or when improperly forced due to freezes or other failures. But restarting your Mac regularly is good maintenance.

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"Jailbroken" iPhones

We do not recommend or support jailbroken iPhones. This is the policy of Apple.

By jailbreaking, you take security, stability and support into your own hands.



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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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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