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Malwarebytes Premium review: A fast, efficient security program with an unusual approach

Malwarebytes began life as a complement to antivirus suites. It was a backstop to catch and remove particularly troublesome malware that your primary security program couldn't. That all changed in December 2016 when the...

SwiftUI and Catalyst: Apple executes its invisible transition strategy

Last week in San Jose I found myself considering something John Gruber wrote for Macworld at the beginning of this decade—about how Apple’s product design doesn’t happen in short bursts, contrary to popular belief....

Recover messages from a deleted mail account in Mail for macOS

Sometimes you make a rookie mistake, like shutting down a hosted email account before you—well, before I—download all the messages that are stored on the server and synced to my Macs and iOS devices...

How to make FileVault work again when you’re missing a ‘secure token’

Several months ago, we posted a column called “What to do when FileVault won’t turn on,” which offered a set of strategies when you couldn’t get macOS to let you enable FileVault, Apple’s full-disk...

WWDC: What Apple’s biggest announcements mean for the company

As Apple’s biggest event of the year winds down and the dust begins to settle, the shape of company’s future plans is starting to become clearer. And this time around it’s not a matter...

Can’t import a .peg file? Use the Image Capture app

You’ve heard of a JPEG file, which typically has .jpeg or .jpg at the end of its name. But what’s a “.peg” file? Likely an error on JPEG files, and one that appears to...

B&H is selling 2018 MacBook Pros for some of their lowest prices ever

Look, the upcoming Mac Pro is a phenomenal machine, but you’re going to have to pay far more than the starting price of $5,999 if you want to push it anywhere near its potential.Fortunately,...

The five WWDC announcements that will have the greatest impact

Everybody’s talking about the Mac Pro and the Pro Display XDR, but at those sky-high prices, Apple’s going to be lucky to sell even a million of them. They’re very cool products for serious...

Apple’s Pro products are becoming less and less attainable for the professionals they’re made...

There was a time when an Apple Pro device with a gorgeous design and cutting-edge functionality cost just $59. Back in 2000, Apple sold the optical Pro Mouse for $59, because as Steve Jobs...

Catalyst: The iPad and Mac are tied together like never before

As someone who has been using the Mac for nearly three decades and someone who heavily uses an iPad Pro to get work done, I’m disappointed when I see people try to pit the...

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