Multitasking has long been a mess on the iPad, not so much because it didn’t work but because it was tough to memorize the secret swipes necessary to put multiple apps into Split View, work with multiple windows in apps that supported them, and hide and show what you wanted in Slide Over. In iPadOS […]
We’ve been seeing a spate of bulging batteries of late, both in Mac laptops and iPhones. A bulging battery is a Very Bad Thing™ and must be dealt with immediately because it could catch fire or even explode. As lithium-ion batteries age, the chemical reactions that produce power no longer complete fully, resulting in the […]
Zoom streamlines web, video, phone and chat conferencing across desktops and mobile devices As company meetings become more virtual — and as businesses continue to explore new ways to cut costs — the challenge becomes finding the right technology partner to make it all happen. That’s why CranstonIT is pleased to continue its partnership with […]
Email is a major part of all our lives, both personally and professionally, and as such, it can add up. Before you know it, you have years of email stored away—potentially tens or even hundreds of thousands of messages. Most of the time, that’s fine. Email doesn’t take up any physical space and not even […]
This is a twofer tip. You may not have known that every document window in macOS has long had a proxy icon in the title bar, next to the filename.
In macOS 11 Big Sur, Apple went back to a design direction from the earliest days of Mac OS X: a translucent menu bar. Since its color changes depending on the desktop picture, many people aren’t enamored of it.
As company meetings become more virtual — and as businesses continue to explore new ways to cut costs — the challenge becomes finding the right technology partner to make it all happen. That’s why CranstonIT is pleased to announce its new partnership with Zoom, the leader in modern business video communications.
A hacker has access to your account and is demanding money to “protect your secrets” what should you do?
About a year ago, Fujitsu informed owners of older models of the company’s ScanSnap scanners that it wouldn’t be updating the necessary ScanSnap Manager app to be 64-bit, effectively preventing those people from using their scanners in macOS 10.15 Catalina. Unexpectedly, Fujitsu has now reversed course.
The all-new 16-inch MacBook Pro®, Apple’s most powerful and featured-packed notebook ever, has been released.This new MacBook Pro features an immersive 16-inch Retina® display, performance up to 80 percent faster, the latest 8-core processors, the largest battery capacity ever and advanced thermal architecture that enables the system to run at higher power for sustained periods of time.