Meta Security Scam: “Your Page Has Been Disabled”
Beware of the new Meta Security scam that wrongfully states your business page has been disabled and thereby lures you into revealing sensitive information.
12 common macOS Monterey problems and their solutions
Having issues with macOS Monterey? This article covers 12 common problems and their solutions.
Remove Critical Virus Alert Mac pop-up scam
Get the big picture of an ongoing pop-up scam that exploits website permissions to display Critical Virus Alert notifications on Mac computers.
How to completely uninstall Citrix Receiver from Mac
Learn how to remove all the components of Citrix Receiver software from Mac in case you don’t plan on using it further and it’s taking up too much disk space.
How to access iPhone files on Mac [step by step]
Unlocking the seamless integration between Apple devices, this article provides users with a concise guide to effortlessly bridge their iPhone and Mac. Dive into the simplified steps to explore, manage, and transfer your cherished iPhone content right from your Mac.
How to fix fseventsd Mac high CPU and memory usage
The purpose of this write-up is to explain what the fseventsd Mac process is, in what scenarios it kicks in, and why its CPU and memory usage may skyrocket.
Remove Bing redirect Mac virus from Safari, Firefox, Chrome
If web browsers on your Mac are being redirected to Bing, it’s a sign of virus activity that requires fixing and reverting Internet settings to their defaults.
Remove “Your computer is low on memory” popup virus on Mac
Explore the malicious facet of “Your computer is low on memory” Mac popup alert and make sure it isn’t displayed by a virus as part of its dodgy tactic.
How to fix WindowServer high CPU and memory usage on Mac
This guide explains how to address high CPU usage by WindowServer, nsurlsessiond, mdnsresponder, mds_stores, hidd, trustd, and syslogd processes on Mac.
“Ask You” pop-up virus: how to remove from Mac
With some Mac users currently being overwhelmed with fake “Ask You” pop-ups that appear in the Notification Center, here is a sure-shot way to get rid of them.