How to Tell if Mac is Using 802.11ac, 802.11n or Other Wi-Fi Protocol

How to Tell if Mac is Using 802.11ac, 802.11n or Other Wi-Fi Protocol

Most users connect a Mac to a wi-fi network and don’t think too much about which 802.11 wi-fi band protocol is in use, but many advanced users and network administrators do want to know which 802.11 wireless standard is in use. Typically someone would want to know which wi-fi PHY standard is in use to…

How to Find What System Software Version is in a MacOS Installer

How to Find What System Software Version is in a MacOS Installer

If you have ever downloaded an installer for Mac OS from the Mac App Store, you may have wondered which exact system software version of Mac OS the installer corresponds to. While the installers file name will reveal the major system software release (for example, “Install macOS High Sierra” or “Install OS X El Capitan”)…

How to Get iMessage Access on PC in Windows or Linux

How to Get iMessage Access on PC in Windows or Linux

iMessage is the wonderful messaging platform for iPhone, iPad, and Mac users that allows for free and easy messaging between other iMessage users. One common question regarding iMessage is if there is a way to run iMessage on a Windows PC or in Linux. The answer is a big complicated, but in short, yes you…

How to Remove Location from Photos on Mac

How to Remove Location from Photos on Mac

Many pictures taken with an iPhone, Android phone, or digital camera include location data with the picture, which gives anyone who has the image file the ability to see exactly where the photo was taken. Additionally, the Photos app for Mac allows users to add a location to any picture as well. If you don’t…

How to Deauthorize a Computer in iTunes

How to Deauthorize a Computer in iTunes

Apple puts a limit on how many computers you can use with some of your owned iTunes and App Store content, including music, movies, apps, TV shows, books, iBooks, this process is known as iTunes authorization. Most users don’t pay much attention to this, but if you own multiple Macs or PCs concurrently or over…