How to Quickly Solve Startup Problems in macOS Mojave

Any new product or software will mostly have bugs initially. It’s only after a patch release, bug fixes are made and the performance of the software/product will be improved. Similar is the case with the new Mac OS Mojave. Users have reported issues with Mojave like Mojave not installing properly, certain applications not working, Wi-Fi not working, a slow Mac, Mac start-up issues and many more. This blog post will address start-up issues after upgrading to Mac OS Mojave. Follow[…]

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5 Most Common macOS Mojave Problems and Solutions

Many Mac users are enthusiastic about the new mountain inspired Mac OS Mojave. The gorgeous dark mode, dynamic desktop and the smart ‘stacks’ feature to tidy up your Mac desktop are some of the most prominent features, users are excited about. But like it usually happens with new software, the new Mac OS Mojave also has some issues and glitches you should be aware of. This blog post will discuss 5 most common issues with Mojave and also provide solutions[…]

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What to Do When Mac Restore Is Not Working for Data Recovery?

About Mac’s Time Machine feature You may already familiar with the Time Machine feature that’s available on most Mac’s. This feature allows you to store a backup of all files and folders on your Mac to an external storage device. An external device can be anything like an external hard drive or SSD connected via USB, FireWire, Thunderbolt or through a Wi-Fi connection. Setting up Time Machine for the first time may take some time, so please be patient and[…]

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Steps to Partition Mac OS Mojave Start-up Disk Without Data Loss

Advantages of having more than one partition on your Mac Your Mac systems generally have one built in default partition called the Macintosh HD. However, you can choose to have more partitions on your Mac if you wish and there are several advantages if you choose to do so. For instance, if you have 2 partitions, one can be used for the OS and the other can be used to store your personal data. So, if your system crashes, your[…]

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What to Do When Time Machine is not Working After Mojave Update?

Mac OS Mojave is an incredibly fast and stable OS that has made many users happy. Some of its new features like stacks, dark mode, enhancements in its Finder, new applications, finder, and screenshot enhancements etc. are particularly useful. But like every other OS version, users using Mojave also do experience certain issues. Certain third party apps not working, Mac freezing often, Mac getting stuck on the login screen, Time Machine not working are some of the most common problems[…]

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Solve WEBM Video Not Playing in Browser or Media Player?

WEBM is a type of video format that is commonly used in web browsers like Firefox and Chrome and also in apps like Skype, YouTube, and Wikimedia. Although WEBM is a reliable video format, you may sometimes face difficulties while playing them in media player or browser. The reasons for WEBM not playing in browser or media player can occur due to a number of reasons such as Out-dated/corrupt browser Incompatible codecs Incomplete download or transfer of WEBM files Corruption[…]

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What to Do When Outlook Cannot Open the PST File Even After Repair?

Normally, Outlook issues like trouble sending emails, Outlook freezing or hanging frequently and various error codes/messages are common. These issues are most likely a result of corruption in Outlook data files called PST. In order to repair this PST file, there are a number of solutions like compacting the file or using built-in tools like Scanpst. Compacting the PST file helps in cases when corruption in the file is caused due to its large size. But a downside to this[…]

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How to Recover Missing One Drive Files in Windows 10

One Drive is a file hosting service by Microsoft that allows you to store files on the cloud. But even though you store files on the cloud using OneDrive, there are certain situations when One Drive files can go missing. If you have lost One Drive files or folders from your Windows 10 computer, this article will help you with some valuable tips to find such files. To find missing One Drive files, the first and easiest solution is to[…]

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How to Solve Mac Kernel Panic Error and Recover Lost Data

If you are a Mac user, you may have heard of the name ‘kernel panic’ and how a real panic sets in when you a kernel panic! As opposed to a single application crashing, a kernel panic is a system-wide crash that affects your entire Mac. Usually, when a kernel panic occurs, there is no warning and absolutely no way to save your work. What does a kernel panic look like? A kernel panic is usually a black screen which[…]

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Resolve ‘the device is not ready’ Error on USB Devices Like Flash Drives and HDD

In this article, we are going to cover details about the error ‘The device is not ready’ that occurs in USB devices like HDD’s and flash drives. Let us start by understanding the main reasons for this error. The main reasons for the ‘Device is not ready’ error are: Accessing the drive when in use Corrupted or outdated USB device drivers Serious hardware failure Connection errors between the USB device and computer Now that we have understood the main reasons[…]

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