If your Mac has hardware or software problems, try these tips to solve your issue: run safe mode, update your software, or get rid of your old computer.
News - Jul 20, 2017
Many issues can lead to your Mac computer running slow. Follow these computer maintenance tips with Drive Genius to ensure your computer’s best performance.
Computer Maintenance - Jun 30, 2017
Look into the history and evolution of data storage, where it’s going in the science fiction-esque future, and where Prosoft Eng. fits into this history.
Data Security - Jun 28, 2017
Click here to find out how long your computer’s hard drive will last, the two different types of hard drives, and ways to prevent an early hard drive failure.
The Data Rescue Center - Jun 14, 2017
Data Backup offers more robust features, options, and increased customization compared to Time Machine. You have the option to create a bootable clone of your hard drive, and choose the specific files you want to backup. For both softwares, you can manage your backup schedule easily, and get alert notifications. But Time Machine will clog up your hard drive with spare versioned backups unless you delete them.
Data Security - Jun 14, 2017
This article will cover different possible reasons you might get computer anxiety. The good news is that there are proactive solutions. By understanding these aspects, and by doing a few easy steps, you can solve your computer anxiety.
Computer Maintenance - Jun 6, 2017
In this blog, we’ll discuss the reasons, types, and main mistakes that users make when backing up their hard drive. I’ll also discuss the features of most backup softwares. After, I’ll describe mistakes that professional or corporate businesses might make or run into.
Data Security - May 26, 2017
While the WannaCry malware attack affects only Windows computers, this should be a wake-up call to every Mac user. The number of ransomware and general malware code written specifically for Apple computers is growing at a rapid rate.
Data Security - May 23, 2017
The biggest and most influential comparison between the two is the price gap for amount of storage. Overall, solid state storage is a more reliable way of storing your data these days, but can be more costly when compared to rotational drives. Either way, SSDs and HDDs will both have the same end result of storing your data. However, the details of how they perform are in the specifications.
The Data Rescue Center - May 23, 2017