All over the world, the number of computer users is growing mainly because most services have gone digital and the public has no choice but to embrace all these advancements just to stay updated. More often than not, someone who owns smartphone or a tablet also owns a computer or a laptop. From students to high-ranking professionals both in public and private organizations need a good working laptop in doing their daily tasks. The elite are usually the first to follow technology and try new concepts, so it is no surprise that most of them are loyal Apple users.
Apple is a tech innovator that paved the way for smart technology and gifted us with staple gadgets like the iPhone and Mac computers that have been synonymous with quality and superior technology both for its hardware and software. Just last September, Apple released its new MacOS Mojave and a whole lot of other exciting features that will significantly enhance your computing experience on your Apple laptops and computers, some of which are the Dark Mode, Stacks, a new screenshot tool, as well as an Improved Finder among others.
Don’t get too excited, though, because Apple has a disclaimer. Not all of their devices are compatible with the new operating system update, so better check out the first article to find out the corresponding devices who can make the great leap this year with the new MacOS Mojave.
Like with any other update, it will require ample storage so better clear up some space to make way for the new OS on your device. Making backup files is also a practical thing to do because you don’t want to lose any important file prior to making the update.
All changes have flaws especially that the brilliant minds from Apple are still making tweaks here and there in response to reactions from existing users when they made the switch. Some of the new upgrades include a group Facetime feature that some users are looking forward to especially the ones who often calls family and friends locally and abroad. Considering that up to 32 people can join Facetime calls as a group can really come in handy even for businesses where meetings are often conducted to update everyone of progress in certain projects and tasks. 70 new emojis will also be added to the Apple emoji line to help Apple computer users better express their feelings using these cute emoticons.
All changes are exciting because we never really know what is in store for us but there are some things that actually never change. Even if you are using a more expensive and fancier Macbook Pro, for instance, it does not mean that you are totally immune to hard drive failure and data loss. If that is the case, orient yourself to these common problems such as https://www.harddriverecovery.org/clean_room.html and https://www.harddriverecovery.org/blog/hard-drive-failure-recovery-three-major-user-mistakes/ because data recovery is a sensitive matter and require a special environment where it should be done and highly technical knowledge and expertise to actually get it done too.
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